Lost Toy Box

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Lost Toy Box
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Sublevels 2 Ultra-bitter sprays 2
Red Pikmin 0 Ultra-spicy sprays 2
Yellow Pikmin 100
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Blue Pikmin 0
White Pikmin 0
Purple Pikmin 0
Bulbmin 0

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The Lost Toy Box is one of the five levels that will already be available upon unlocking Challenge Mode in Pikmin 2. Olimar and Louie will have the most Pikmin they will ever get in Challenge Mode: 100. It has two sublevels; both contain only enemies of the Bulborb family. It is harder than most of the starting levels in Challenge Mode.

Sublevel 1[edit]

Note: The previous object numbers were gathered from a very basic reading of the game's files. Research is currently underway to get more accurate numbers.
Technical information
Internal cave name ch_NARI_03toy
(?) Enemy maximum 7
(?) Item maximum 4
(?) Gate maximum 0
(?) Dead end unit maximum 0
(?) Number of rooms 1
(?) Corridor-to-room ratio 0
(?) Escape geyser No
(?) Clogged hole No
(?) Unit file 1_NARI_hit6x6_toy.txt
(?) Light file toy_light_cha.ini
(?) Background flooring (P2 VRBOX flooring.png wooden floor)
Cave units (?)
cap_toy
way3_toy
way4_toy
wayl_toy
way2_toy
way2x2_toy
Dead end Three-way crossing Four-way crossing Turning corridor Corridor Long corridor
room_hitode6x6_3_toy
Room with wooden box


It's best to take out all the Dwarf Bulborbs first. Some may spawn very close to the adult Bulborb, so extra care should be taken not to wake it up accidentally during an attack; reloading the map for a better layout is possible. A spray of each kind will make it much less a threat, and there is usually only the need for one more on the next sublevel. This Bulborb will also drop the key.

Sublevel 2[edit]

The second sublevel of the Lost Toy Box.
Note: The previous object numbers were gathered from a very basic reading of the game's files. Research is currently underway to get more accurate numbers.
Technical information
Internal cave name ch_NARI_03toy
(?) Enemy maximum 7
(?) Item maximum 6
(?) Gate maximum 0
(?) Dead end unit maximum 0
(?) Number of rooms 1
(?) Corridor-to-room ratio 0
(?) Escape geyser Yes
(?) Clogged hole No
(?) Unit file 1_units_large_toy.txt
(?) Light file toy_light_cha.ini
(?) Background flooring (P2 VRBOX flooring.png wooden floor)
Cave units (?)
cap_toy
way3_toy
way4_toy
wayl_toy
way2_toy
way2x2_toy
Dead end Three-way crossing Four-way crossing Turning corridor Corridor Long corridor
room_large_7_toy
Room with toy train track


The Dwarf Orange Bulborbs will usually be in the way of the Pikmin carrying the key back, so it's best to take them out first. The larger Orange Bulborb carries the key. Orange Bulborbs wake up faster than Red Bulborbs, so it's best to use the spare sprays here. The treasures are spread widely across the map, even on top of the train tracks, making some scavenging necessary. The geyser will appear once the key is brought back. The geyser must be opened by the Pikmin either by swarming it or throwing Pikmin at it.

Trivia[edit]

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning Notes
Japanese 神々のおもちゃ箱?
Spanish (NoA) Caja del Juguete Perdido Lost Toy's Box Given the ambiguity of the English title, it could either be a box that belongs to a lost toy, or a toy box that is lost. The Nintendo of America localization team went with the former.
French (NoA) Coffre à jouets Toy chest