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Pizzascape is the second level in Pizza Tower, and the second level of the Tower Passage.

It's a medieval castle with many knight suits and torches. Within it, a library and storage room are found.

Pizzascape has a harder and spookier version in the form of Pizzascare.

Enemies[]

Mechanics[]

Transformations[]

Rooms[]

Pizza Tower in Ye Olde Time[]

An outdoor section with two Cheeseslimes and two Forknights. A large Pizza Block can be found within an indent in the ceiling, requiring the player to either super jump or throw an enemy at it to obtain its contents. The first Toppin is found left of the second Forknight in a small path overhead. Close to the entrance is a Box of Pizzas clogged by a Metal Block in the ground, requiring the player to body slam from the small upper path to access the first secret room, "Pizza Squared by 6". The entrance to "Valiant and Lazy Knight" is found to the right. During Pizza Time, a lot of Pizza Blocks or spawned.

Valiant and Lazy Knight[]

An outdoor section greeted by two Cheeseslimes under some platforms leading to some small Breakable Blocks under a one-block high ceiling, requiring the player to dash at a high enough speed before getting close to the ground to fit through. Past this is a single Forknight on an elevation, with two Metal Blocks at either side blocking a shortcut back to the left and the next part of room to the right. This leads to a small U-turn section with some small Pizza Blocks up some Stairs and more small Breakable Blocks under a one-block high ceiling beside a platform to the left. This small pathway leads to more Breakable Blocks and two Cheeseslimes before a small section with three Forknights on platforms. To the right of the U-turn section is a Fake Wall leading to the second secret room, "Get Some Speed". It's entered from "Pizza Tower in Ye Olde Time" to the left, and the entrance to "Thunderstruck" is found at the top through a door. During Pizza Time, some new small Breakable Blocks are spawned within the one-block high spaces.

Thunderstruck[]

An indoor section starting with two Pizzards on either side of the player. To the right is another Pizzard before a small vertical section with two Cheeseslimes and two Forknights on small solid platforms leading to a key and the second Toppin on the two highest platforms. Several sets of stairs are found in the case that one gets hit by a Pizzards magic and enters their Knight transformation. At the bottom of the vertical section to the right is another Box of Pizzas clogged by a Metal Block, requiring the player to body slam from one of the platforms to access the third secret room, "Have Some Toppings". It's entered from "Valiant and Lazy Knight" at the top through a door, and the entrance to "Medieval Fantasy" is found to the left through a locked door. During Pizza Time, the right path is blocked by some John Blocks and some large Breakable Blocks are spawned.

Medieval Fantasy[]

A narrow hallway with a Cheeseslime, three Forknights, and a Pepperoni Goblin. A Sword Stone can be found in between the latter two Forknights up a Ladder, which can be used in conjunction with some Stairs to the right to break a Metal Block blocking the third Toppin, though this Metal Block can also be dashed through. To the left of the second Forknight is a Fake Wall leading to a Box of Pizzas allowing access to the fourth secret room, "Pizza Block Art Exposition". It's entered from "Thunderstruck" to the left through a locked door, and the entrance to "Odd Castle Architecture" is found to the right through a door. During Pizza Time, several small Breakable Blocks and Pizza Blocks spawn.

Odd Castle Architecture[]

A more open room with four large chunks of ground holding a Cheeseslime, a large Breakable Block, a Forknight, and a Pepperoni Goblin respectively. Below is a large stretch of ground with Ladders allowing the player to get back up. To the right is door up high on a platform that requires the player to wall dash or super jump to reach it, allowing access to the Tower Secret Treasure in "Placeholder Treasure Name The Sequel". It's entered from "Medieval Fantasy" to the left through a door, and the entrance to "Library of Stupidity" is found to the right through a door. During Pizza Time, a large Pizza Block is placed on every chunk of ground.

Library of Stupidity[]

A large library with a small upper section containing two Pizzards and the fourth Toppin on a platform to the right, and a Sword Stone beside a Metal Block in the ground that requires the player to either use their Knight transformation or body slam to get passed to the left. Below the Metal Block is a large set of Stairs that causes a player in the Knight transformation to slide down uncontrollably with chunks of small Breakable Blocks with four Forknights standing on them. To the right of the upper section is a Fake Wall of Metal Blocks that can either be destroyed by a dash or a player during their Knight transformation leading to the fifth secret room, "Too Heavy and Too Fat". It's entered from "Odd Castle Architecture" at the top through a door, the entrance to "Goblin Pit" is found to the right, and the entrance to "Thats How We Roll" is found to the left. During Pizza Time, the path to "Goblin Pit" is blocked by some John Blocks, forcing the player to break some large Breakable Blocks to reach the entering door. A large Pizza Block is also spawned in a newly-made corner.

Goblin Pit[]

A large vertical room guarded by a Metal Block that contains many Super Side Springs that knock the player back and forth as they descend downward. Six Pepperoni Goblins are found on each of the descent's levels, as well as some Breakable Blocks and Pizza Blocks. At the bottom, a key is found before the player must wall dash or super jump to get back up to the entrance. It's entered from "Library of Stupidity" to the left.

Thats How We Roll[]

A small hallway with two Cheeseslimes, two Pepperoni Goblins, and a Forknight, as well as some Breakable Blocks and Pizza Blocks. The fifth and final Toppin is found past some small Breakable Blocks under a one-block high ceiling beside a set of Stairs encouraging the player to use their Ball transformation to break through them. It's entered from "Library of Stupidity" to the right, and the entrance to "Treasure Room" is found to the left through a door. During Pizza Time, several Pizza Blocks spawn, as well as a Metal Block that must be dashed through due to some activating John Blocks.

Treasure Room[]

A large sort of storage room with two Forknights on platforms and a Sword Stone encouraging the player to parkour with their Knight transformation in order to slide on some Stairs, breaking two Metal Blocks encasing three more Forknights and leading to a Checkpoint. To the left, at the top of the largest set of Stairs is a Fake Wall leading to the sixth and final secret room, "The King Pizza". It's entered from "Thats How We Roll" to the right through a door, and the entrance to "John Throne" is found to the right through a locked door. During Pizza Time, some activating John Blocks force the player to dash through some small Pizza Blocks, a large Breakable Block, and a Metal Block in the bottom path.

John Throne[]

A small room with a large set of Stairs leading to Pillar John, triggering Pizza Time. A single Pizzard is found that encourages the player to enter their Knight transformation and hit him. It's entered from "Treasure Room" to the right through a locked door.

Secret Rooms + Treasure[]

Pizza Squared by 6[]

A small room with six large Pizza Blocks placed in two leaning stacks. It's entered from "Pizza Tower in Ye Olde Time" in the middle through a Box of Pizzas.

Get Some Speed[]

A small room with a lot of small Pizza Blocks. It's entered from "Valiant and Lazy Knight" to the left.

Have Some Toppings[]

A small room containing nothing but fifteen Toppings, equivalent to 150 Pizza Points. It's entered from "Thunderstruck" to the left through a Box of Pizzas.

Pizza Block Art Exposition[]

A small room with three large Pizza Blocks on platforms. It's entered from "Medieval Fantasy" to the right through a Box of Pizzas.

Placeholder Treasure Name The Sequel[]

The room containing the Tower Secret Treasure of Pizzascape, peanut butter. It's entered from "Odd Castle Architecture" to the left through a door.

Too Heavy and Too Fat[]

A small hallway with a Sword Stone before a slope and a Metal Block guarding six Cheeseslimes. The player is encouraged to use their Knight transformation to break the Metal Block, though it is also possible to dash into it with the right maneuvers. It's entered from "Library of Stupidity" to the left.

The King Pizza[]

A small room with a Giant Pizza blocked by a Metal Block, requiring the player to dash into it at Mach 3 or higher. It's entered from "Treasure Room" to the right.

Trivia[]

  • Pizzascape was simply known as "Medieval" in some cases, due to its style and some of the enemies used.
  • The room name, "Library of Stupidity" might be a reference to Mario Forever, a Mario fan-game which has a level called "World of Stupidity".
  • Pizzascape's name may be a reference to the MMORPG game Runescape.
  • "Pizza Squared by 6" is currently the only room in the game who's room name has a number in it.

Gallery[]

Levels in Pizza Tower
Hub
Tutorial
Tower Passage
EntrancePizzascapeThe Ancient CheeseBloodsauce Dungeon • Pepperman Boss Fight
Weird West
Oregano DesertThe WasteyardFun FarmSpace Pinball • The Vigilante Boss Fight
Island Adventure
Pineapple BeachGnome ForestKung FuGolf • The Noise Boss Fight
City Passage
SpaceCitySewersWarzone • Mr. Stick Boss Fight
Horror Passage
FactoryMansionFreezerKids' Party • Pizzaface Boss Fight
Exit
Exit
Extra
PizzascareStrongcoldDragon Lair
Other/Unused
Snick's ChallengeGOLF (Old)Christmas Race Build Level • Ancient Challenge • Factory Challenge • AncientHalloween Demo LevelEarlytestbuild LevelUnused Water LevelPreearlytestbuild Levels


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