Tortimer Island

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Animal Crossing: New Leaf
Tortimer Island
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Universe Animal Crossing
Appears in SSB4 (3DS)
Home stage to Villager
Availability Starter
Crate type Presents
Tracks available Tortimer Island Medley
Kapp'n's Song (Alternate)
Tournament Legality
Smash 4 Singles: Banned
Doubles: Banned
Article on Nookipedia Tortimer Island

Tortimer Island (コトブキランド, Kotobuki Land) is a stage in Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS. It was confirmed on March 7th, 2014. Its layout is assigned at random each time the stage is played on.

Stage Layout[edit]

In Tortimer Island, the island itself is the arena. It appears to be a single platform surrounded by water, although the layout of the stage is assigned at random every time it is used. It is possible for a pool of water to appear in the middle of the island. Characters cannot swim in the water surrounding the island, and will simply fall through. The shop can be seen in the background and, as it appears with the available screenshots, Leila, Leilani, and Tortimer appear as background characters by the shop. Kapp'n also appears as a background character on the dock, which is now located on the side of the island. He comes and goes from time to time, and whenever he does, he is on his motorboat, which can be used as a stationary, solid platform until he leaves. A shark can be seen in the water, which will attack fighters if they enter the water. The tops of the palm trees can be stood on by characters.

Various fruits can grow on trees, and they can be knocked down to the ground, where players can eat them to restore their health or throw them. Occasionally, beehives will appear on the trees as well, which can also be knocked down and used as an item.

Fruit List
Fruit Description Healing Power
Pear A speckled light green pear with stem 2%
Orange A round, plump orange 3%
Apple A red apple with a yellow bottom and stem 4%
Peach A plump, pink peach with a cream-colored bottom and two forked leaves 5%
Cherry Two cherries attached together on their stem 6%
Perfect Pear A speckled golden pear with stem 7%
Perfect Orange A bright-colored orange with a protrusion at the stem, resembling a tangelo 8%
Perfect Apple A dark red speckled apple with stem 9%
Perfect Peach A plump, golden peach with a yellow-colored bottom and two forked leaves 10%
Perfect Cherry Two bright-red cherries with yellow bottoms attached together on their stem, resembling Rainier cherries 11%
Banana Three bananas in a bunch. Eating one grants the player a Banana Peel 3%
Lychee Three lychees in a bunch 3%
Lemon A bright-yellow lemon with a leaf attached 4%
Mango An oblong red mango with a yellow-colored bottom 5%
Coconut An unripe, green coconut. Treated as a throwing item and may explode when thrown. N/A
Durian A small, durian fruit with a spiky rind. Treated as a throwing item and may explode when thrown. N/A

Ω Form[edit]

The island is now a single platform. The shop is still in the background, but Kapp'n, fruit-bearing trees, and sharks don't appear. The stage layout also does not change into new variations.

Origin[edit]

Four players on Tortimer Island as it originally appeared in Animal Crossing: New Leaf.

Tortimer Island first appeared in Animal Crossing: New Leaf. To access the island, the player pays Kapp'n to drive him/her to the island with his motorboat. When the player lands on the island, the player starts inside the shop where rarer items can be purchased. Kapp'n's family, Grams, Leilani, and Leila, work in the shop. Tortimer himself greets the player on his/her first visit, but Kapp'n appears in his place afterwards. The shop itself is located on the north edge of the island and is connected to the dock. The rest of the island consists of trees that grow fruits that can not be found anywhere else, flowers, bushes, and a beach that goes all around the island.

The island in New Leaf does not have a different layout each time a game is started, although the island may have a different appearance on another save file of the game. However, a pool of water will never appear on the ground of the island, as it can in Super Smash Bros. 4.

In the Animal Crossing games, the player can go fishing with a fishing rod to catch various kinds fish during certain seasons of the year. Ever since Animal Crossing: Wild World sharks have been able to be caught. In this stage, sharks appear as a stage hazard to damage and knockback players.

Trophy[edit]

Tortimer Island

North America Take a ride on Kapp'n's boat to reach this tropical island, home to fish, insects, and fruit you can't find anywhere else. Tortimer's tours are also available here. Eat the fruit on this stage to reduce your damage, but keep an eye out for the occasional bomb in the mix too!
Europe A tropical island where you'll find fish, insects and fruit that you can't get in your own town. To reach it, just take a ride on Kapp'n's boat. While you're fighting on this stage, make sure to eat some of the delicious fruits from the trees to heal yourself, but watch out - bombs sometimes get mixed in with the too!


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