Twilight Garden

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Twilight Garden
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Sublevels 1 Ultra-bitter sprays 0
Red Pikmin 0 Ultra-spicy sprays 1
Yellow Pikmin 50
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Blue Pikmin 0
White Pikmin 0
Purple Pikmin 0
Bulbmin 0

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The Twilight Garden is the tenth level in Pikmin 2's Challenge Mode, and takes place in, as the name implies, a garden at dusk. This is the first Challenge Mode level to feature a boss. There's one ultra-spicy spray and a large assortment of enemies. Swarming the sheargrubs is advised, as they don't bear much of a threat to the large force of Pikmin. The Bulborbs should be dealt with by throwing Pikmin on them, then the ultra-spicy spray should be used while facing the Beady Long Legs. With any remaining time, the treasures can be collected.

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_MUKI_damagumo
(?) Enemy maximum 20
(?) Item maximum 5
(?) Gate maximum 0
(?) Dead end unit maximum 50
(?) Number of rooms 2
(?) Corridor-to-room ratio 0
(?) Escape geyser Yes
(?) Clogged hole No
(?) Unit file 1_units_5x5a_kusachi.txt
(?) Light file kumomei_light_cha.ini
(?) Background hiroba (P2 VRBOX hiroba.png garden)
Cave units (?)
item_cap_kusachi
way3_kusachi
way4_kusachi
wayl_kusachi
way2_kusachi
way2x2_kusachi
Dead end with item Three-way crossing Four-way crossing Turning corridor Corridor Long corridor
room_5x5a_2_kusachi
Room with 2 circling paths


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Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Flag of Japan.svg Japanese たそがれの庭? Twilight Garden
Flag of Quebec.svg French (NoA) Jardin obscur Dark garden
Flag of Mexico.svg Spanish (NoA) Jardín del Crepúsculo Garden of Twilight

Trivia[edit]

  • This is the only non-overworld location in the game that can be seen at sunset time.