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Jiggy Pad

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The Jiggy Pad is a type of pad which players must step on in order to complete Jiggy Puzzle Pictures and open new worlds, allowing Banjo and Kazooie to progress through the game. These pads were found throughout Gruntilda's Lair and only used in Banjo-Kazooie.

To put in Jiggies, one must stand on the pad and press the A Button button. Doing so causes one of the player's Jiggies to be placed on the picture. Pressing Z Button will fill all available slots.

All the Jiggy Pads in the game are easy to get to, with the exception of Click Clock Wood's. The player must go to the Click Clock Wood Entrance Room, then jump on the oak leaves to get to the furthest tree. On one side of the tree you climb up is the Note Door leading to Grunty's Furnace Fun. On the other side, there is a passage that leads back the way you came in. The furthest has a Jiggy Pad Switch, which upon pressing it, makes a Jiggy Pad appear within the Click Clock Wood Jiggy Room.

There are nine world Jiggy Pads and another two at the top of the tower in Gruntilda's Lair, making eleven in total.

The Jiggy Pad is replaced by Master Jiggywiggy in Banjo-Tooie where the player has a certain amount of time to complete a puzzle by dragging and dropping pieces, each getting harder as the game progresses.


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