Slip-Slide Isle’s one purty-looking ice level, ain’t it? But those Red Coins, Smiley Flowers, Souvenirs and Poochy Pups aren’t going to find themselves, so now’s not the time to admire the scenery! We at Hey Poor Player found everything there is to, uh, find, so browse our guide below for the deets!
Whoa, what’s going on with Yoshi up there? Maybe he’s just eager to show you Slip-Slide Isle’s first hidden cloud, which you find after the Egg Block and hosts the first red coin. (1/20) When the icicles rain down, don’t just speed ahead; instead, hop aboard the big one and into the cavern above to discover three more coins. (4/20) Next, pop the hidden cloud just before the ice slide (it’s to the right) and then mosey on down to grab a coin at the bottom. (5/20) When you’re conducting the Burt ball balancing act, keep an eye out for this background cloud and pop it, then move over to the middle waterspouts and collect five Red Coins. (10/10)
The next three can easily fool you — you see those bucket penguins ambling about after the checkpoint? Bop them with eggs to reveal regular Bumpty penguins operating them within. Each has their own coin, so eliminate them to nab all three. (13/10) Run all the way right afterwards until you reach a dead-end cavern filled with coins, then aim for the background present to earn one more Red Coin. (14/20) Afterwards, hop up across those weird seal crafts to discover another hidden coin trove, which hosts three more Red Coins. (17/20) Finally, hop aboard the rising dolphins and wait for the waterspouts to descend to grab three coins here. (20/20)
Okay, so you see that blue gorilla/yeti/whatever guy above? Poor guy can’t land a bite, so Ground Pound the baking cup containing the first Smiley Flower and simply wait for our furry friend to fish it out. (1/5) Later, when you encounter the sleeping polar bear (the second you come across), slide him back so you can enter the igloo and grab the second flower. (2/5) At the very end of the Burt beach ball ride, you’ll find a crab pinching a helpless whale’s mouth shut; smack it, then enter the grateful beast’s mouth to find not Pinocchio, but the third flower. (3/5)
The Red Clock Cloud after the checkpoint has you sniping blue coins held hostage by Bumpty penguins, but don’t sweat about gathering eggs beforehand, as a egg-producing Egg-Plant supplies ammunition during the mini-game. (4/5) For your last flower, simply smack the Blue Clock Cloud near the end and collect all the Blue Coins while dodging falling icicles. (5/5)
The Poochy Pups certainly don’t mind the sub-zero weather, what with them running about in disguise and riding waterspouts. As seen above, the first one’s in the background running within a bucket penguin guise, you’ll spot the second enjoying waterspots while riding the Burt ball, and the third — attached to a fallen icicle — will practically drop into your lap near the end. Not one of the game’s toughest pup ventures.
Snowman: As seen above, you’ll find this stranded snowman upon that weird bear sculpture. You can reach it from ground level, but waterspout-aided elevation may provide a better vantage point.
Bearcups: These sentient Dixie cups are easily Slip-Slide Isle’s toughest souvenirs. You’ll find the first hidden behind the first big icicle, the second floating during the Burt beach ball segment, the third cleverly hidden in this bucket penguin next to the checkpoint, the fourth right after in the background, and the fifth behind the icicle downpour cave.
Palm Island: This Flipside souvenir isn’t tough to spot — just keep an eye out when you’re riding the Burt ball.
And that’s a wrap for Slip-Slide Isle! Give us a holler in the comments below if you have any further questions, but in the meantime, check out our Yoshi’s Crafted World guide hub!