The latest entry in the charming and wacky Paper Mario franchise is finally here on the Nintendo Switch. Considering it’s been a few years since Color Splash released on the Wii U, players new and old might need help with how to record progress in this game. But don’t fret. Here’s everything you need to know about how to save your game in Paper Mario Origami King.
Saving your game file in Paper Mario Origami King will assure that your game progress is saved so that you can safely turn off your Nintendo Switch without losing your place in the origami-filled adventure.
How to Save Your Game in Paper Mario Origami King
When you’re exploring the crafty and charming world of Paper Mario Origami King, you’ll eventually want to stop playing and turn off your Nintendo Switch or you might just want to close the game and play something else.
Before you do that though, saving your game is a must in Paper Mario. You don’t want to have to repeat missions, dialog sequences, cutscenes, and boss battles because of lost progress.
To save in the game, just look for shiny square blocks that are covered with the letter S, which stands for Save, of course.
You can see a picture of the save block down below just in case you’re having trouble spotting it.
Just go under it and hit the jump button to activate it. Choose to save your file and then you can choose to continue playing or just turn off the game.
Make sure to hit the block whenever you encounter it as these won’t be littered about the game world. They only pop up around special locations and moments in the game, so take advantage when possible.
And that’s all you need to know about how to save your game in Paper Mario Origami King. For more tips and tricks, be sure to search Twinfinite.
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