Monsters Ate My Birthday Cake
By: Cartoon Network & SleepNinja Games
This is a walkthrough where you can find out how to get ahold of each outfit for Niko in MAMBC.
1. Monster Cap: This is your default outfit that you start with.
2. Niko’s PJs:
You can buy this in any shop for 15 gold coins. It doesn’t have any special powers.
3. Sneako-Niko Outfit:
This costume makes Niko look like a Ninja. You can buy it in any shop for 15 gold coins. It doesn’t have any special powers.
4. Finn Outfit:
There’s a house behind the little girl with her badger. It seems like it’s impossible to get to because of the two bushes blocking it, but one of them is just an illusion. Go through the right bush to get to the house. Inside, move the crate to get to the key, then take the Gaming System from the chest. Go to the shop and buy the Finn Outfit for 15 coins. It doesn’t appear to have any special powers, though. It just makes you look like the character from Adventure Time.
5. Heartroot Mask:
This costume gives you Poot’s powers, allowing you to grow mushrooms and stun Boogins. To get it, you first need to go to 1-H in Nogport Meadows and meet the monster there. S/he tells you about the tree that’s dying and needs Effervescent Dew (ie. water). You can buy this in the shop (I believe it has to be the Powder Peaks or Apricot Acres shop. Then give it to the monster and you’ll get Tree Beef. Go to the shop and now you’ll be able to purchase the Heartroot Mask for 30 gold coins.
6. Badger Suit:
The Badger Suit allows Niko to dig and tunnel through soft dirt, like Claude and Terrance. To get it, you need to find four Sticky Honey and bring them to Izzy and her badger named Belmont. You’ll find the honey in 2-1C, 3-5, 3-6, and the final jar of honey is in the treasure chest in Apricot Acres 3-13. When you give Belmont all four jars, he’ll cough up a Hairball. Now you can purchase the Badger Suit from any shop.
7. Gnome Outfit:
There’s a monster called Krackles in the Deadlands, level 4-K. He’ll ask you for something hot. Go back to town and talk to Hugo. He’ll give you a Sweat Pepper. Give the pepper to Krackles and he’ll give you Carl the Cranky Cricket. Next, go to fishermen and they’ll give you a Red Mushroom. Now you can buy the Gnome Outfit in and shop for 30 gold coins. It doubles all coins you collect.
8. Bubblefish Suit:
First, talk to Awky, the monster in Apricot Acres, 3A. He wants his rubber ducky. Next, get the shoe from the treasure chest in Apricot Acres, 3-11. Then find the two little girls in town and give them the shoe. They’ll give you the Rubber Ducky. Give it to Awky and he’ll give you the Smelly Jellyfish. Give the jellyfish to the fishermen and they’ll give you a Bubblefish Scale, which unlocks the Bubblefish Suit in the shop. It gives Niko the power to float in a bubble.
9. Unihorn Suit:
Find the three Snow Cones in he treasure chests in 2-1A, 3-12 & 4-12 and bring them the Midna in town. She’ll give you the Golden Horn. Now you can buy the Unihorn Suit in any shop for 30 gold coins. It allows Niko to charge and break through tree trunks, just like Groggnar.
10. Visage of Morvoth:
Once you collect all five wisps, give them to Atlus in the town (the guy with the long white beard at the entrance to the town). He’ll give you the Dark Essence. Now you can buy the Visage of Morvoth from any shop for 30 gold coins. It gives Niko the power to unleash a wave of darkness, decimating all foes in its path.
The wisps can be found in these locations:
In the town/village, behind the bakery:
Use Claude to dig under and get the wisp.
Use Niko’s Badger Suit to get to the dimensional tear, then use Poot to get the wisp.
4-E (Final level):
Use Prizzy the Unihorn to get to the wisp.
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