Paper Mario: How to Find All 4 Desert Tower Eyes Locations

The latest video game from the Mario franchise is Paper Mario: The Origami King. The game was released on 17th July 2020, and within a few weeks, it has managed to win the hearts of numerous gamers. A new puzzle trail has been added to the game. The Puzzle requires the gamers to locate four Desert Tower Eyes. Thus, in this article, we will help the players find all Desert Tower Eyes in Paper Mario: The Origami King.

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Where to Find All 4 Desert Tower Eyes

Below we have individually briefed about all the 4 Desert Tower Eyes and where you can find them.

First Desert Eye

The Diamond Jewel- Gamers will find the first Desert Eye tower in the Northwest region of Paper Mario. Gamers must use the map to head towards this region, and once they reach there, they must find the inscription that says “finding your eyes would be a feat unless you look around my feet.” Afterward, players must access the first Desert Tower and head towards its basement. Then they must use Professor Toad to dig up the Diamond Jewel. Afterward, gamers need to put the Diamond Jewel in the proper location to accomplish the first Desert Tower Eye’s task.

Second Desert Eye

The Triangle Jewel- The second Desert tower is in the Scorching Sandpaper West. Players need to use the map to reach there, and once they have finally made it to Sandpaper West, they must start finding the inscription. The second tower’s inscription says that “Beneath the feet of Twins entwined in needles, there you will find the eye.” When gamers have succeeded in finding the inscription, they must visit Cacti that lies in the eastern section. Afterward, players need to use Professor Toad to dig up the Triangle Jewel. Gamers must put this jewel in the requisite location to complete the second Desert Tower Eye’s task.

Third Desert Eye

The Round Jewel- Players need to visit Sniff City, and once they successfully reach there, then they need to interact with Snifit. Once gamers have succeeded in interacting with the Snifit, they will be guided towards Scorching Sandpaper Far West. There, players will find the inscription that says “Eclipse the Sun above the lake, A buried eye is yours to take”. After reading this inscription, they must return to Sniff City. In Sniff City, players need to go to the green region that lies near the lake. Then, players need to place Mario in the water. There, gamers will find Round Jewel.

Fourth Desert Eye

The Square Jewel- Like the third Desert Eye, players must revisit Sniff City to visit the fourth tower. They need to speak to Snifit to obtain guidance to reach Scorching Sandpaper Far East. After that, players need to climb over the fourth Desert Tower to get the inscription. The clue of the fourth Desert Tower says that “An eye is there, by earth encased.” Once gamers have read it, they need to visit Scorching Sandpaper Minor now. Gamers need to analyze all the Boos and try to find the one using a Wave symbol. Once players succeed in doing that, they can go inside the fireplace where they will find the Square Jewel. Gamers need to put the Square Jewel in a proper location inside the tower to finish this task.

Gamers need to know that they will be rewarded with coins after completing this task. Thus, we suggest players invest the rewarded coins to obtain stat boosts. Gamers can play Paper Mario: The Origami King on Nintendo Switch.

Robert Hunt is a self-professed security expert; he has been making the people aware of the security threats. His passion is to write about Cybersecurity, cryptography, malware, social engineering, internet, and new media. He writes for Norton security products at office.com/setup.

Published by Alessia Martine

Alessia Martine is a self-professed security expert; she has been making the people aware of the security threats. Her passion is to write about Cybersecurity, cryptography, malware, social engineering, internet, and new media.

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