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Kingdom Hearts > Mini Games

There are many different Mini Games to try out in Kingdom Hearts. Each Mini Game is described below.

Mushroom Heartless Jungle Slider

Vine Swinging 100 Acre Wood

Mushroom Heartless

There are three types of Mushroom Heartless in Kingdom Hearts, and each one has its own set of rare rewards for defeating it, including the rare and valuable Mystery Goo!

White Mushrooms

White Mushrooms are the most common form of Mushroom Heartless, and are by far the easiest to get a plethora of prizes out of. Unfortunately, they are not all that easy to find. They only respond to magical attacks, but you need to be careful. White Mushrooms only reward those who use the right magic spells to defeat them. There are a series of actions that a White Mushroom will perform, and each action corresponds to a specific spell. They are as follows:

Shivers: Fire Magic
Fans self: Blizzard Magic
Light appears overhead: Thunder Magic
Falls: Cure Magic
Hovers: Gravity Magic
Freezes in place: Stop Magic
Spins in place: Aero Magic

The trick to appeasing a White Mushroom is to use the correct spell when it performs the corresponding action. Perform three correct spells and the White Mushroom will drop its prizes and leave. There are eight specific prizes that are worth getting from a White Mushroom – one is the Mystery Goo, of course, and the others are the seven Spell Arts. The Spell Arts are items dropped by a White Mushroom who has been defeated by the same spell three times in a row. For example, if a White Mushroom performs shivers three times in a row, and you cast Fire Magic three times in a row to defeat it, the White Mushroom will reward you with a Fire Arts. There is one Spell Arts for each of the seven types of Magic. If you collect them all, you can bring them to Merlin in Traverse Town and he will reward you with the Dream Shield for Goofy.

White Mushrooms don’t appear often, but when they do, it will always be in one of the following locations:

Traverse Town: Red Room
Wonderland: Lotus Forest
Deep Jungle: Camp
Deep Jungle: Treehouse
Agrabah: Treasure Room
Atlantica: Sunken Ship
Atlantica: Undersea Cave
Halloween Town: Graveyard
End of the World: Linked Worlds

Black Fungus

The Black Fungus is arguably the hardest of the three Mushroom Heartless to get any rewards out of, not because they are hard to beat, but simply because their item drop-rate is so low. The best way to get a Black Fungus to drop items is to defeat it with the finishing blow of a combo with a critical hit with Lucky Strike equipped, which is pretty hard to do. The benefit to hunting down these Mushroom Heartless versus any other kind is that the Black Fungus is the only one who will drop the rare Mystery Mold in addition to the Mystery Goo. Mystery Mold is a valuable item that sells for 9,999 Munny! The Black Fungus can be found in the following locations:

Agrabah: Bazaar
Halloween Town: Moonlight Hill
Hollow Bastion: Cell
End of the World: Linked Worlds

Rare Truffle

The last of the three Mushroom Heartless is the Rare Truffle. Its prizes are difficult to obtain, but they are arguably the best source of Mystery Goo in the entire game! Of course, there’s a catch – you have to keep them up in the air, racking up as many consecutive hits as you can. The more hits you get before you drop the Rare Truffle, the more prizes it drops. There are three benchmarks to aim for: 10, 50, and 100. At each of these increments, the Rare Truffle will drop a group of prizes. Obviously, it takes more consecutive hits to collect the more rare and valuable prizes. The best location to exploit a Rare Truffle for all it has to offer is in Neverland on the Ship’s Deck. With the ability to fly, it’s a lot easier to stay under the Rare Truffle and reach 100 hits to get every prize available. Two noteworthy prizes to watch for are the Shiitake Rank and the Matsutake Rank, rare items that you can sell for 100 Munny and 500 Munny apiece (respectively). The locations for Rare Truffles are as follows:

Monstro: Throat
Halloween Town: Bridge
Neverland: Ship’s Deck
End of the World: Linked Worlds

Jungle Slider

Jungle Slider is a game in which you must collect fruits along the courses to claim prizes and unlock the next course. There are five courses in all with ten fruits in each course. The prizes for each course are listed below.

Course 1 (Green Serpent): AP Up
Course 2 (Splash Tunnel): Orichalcum
Course 3 (Jade Spiral): Megalixir
Course 4 (Panic Fall): Defense Up
Course 5 (Shadow Cavern): Power Up

Vine Swinging

Vine Swinging is a Time Trial mini game that you can play simply to try and get a great record time. Watch out for snakes posing as vines, because they’ll drop you to the Hippo Lagoon below, effectively ending that run. There are several different courses to choose from, ranging from Normal to Expert. Obviously, the harder tracks will try to test you more than the easier tracks, and yes, there will be lots more snakes to trick you into falling down. You can use the Superglide Ability to help you make up for lost time if you start to fall behind.

100 Acre Wood

The 100 Acre Wood is full of mini games for you to play, but they are all part of the story. However, if you manage to meet certain criteria during all of these mini games, you can talk to Owl outside of Pooh’s House to receive Sora’s Cheer Ability. The criteria are as follows:

Pooh’s Hunny Hunt: More than 100 Licks
Block Tigger: More than 150 Points
Pooh’s Swing: More than 40 Yards
Tigger’s Giants Pot: Finish within 30 seconds
Pooh’s Muddy Path: Finish within 5 minutes