Yooka Laylee Capital Cashino (Casino) - Pagie Locations, Hurdle Hijinx, INEPT World 4 Boss, Butterfly Heart, Power Extender, Play Coin, Mollycool

Yooka Laylee Capital Cashino (Casino) - Pagie Locations, Hurdle Hijinx, INEPT World 4 Boss, Butterfly Heart, Power Extender, Play Coin, Mollycool

All the info you need to find Capital Cashino’s collectable items in Yooka Laylee, including all pagies. Covers the Nintendo Switch version of Yooka-Laylee.

In this guide we’ll help you find all the Pagies in Yooka-Laylee’s fourth world, Capital Cashino. A lot of these are devilishly hard to find and obtain, so follow our walkthrough and you’ll find things a lot easier. We’ve also got locations of the other collectable items, including the Butterfly Heart, Power Extender, Play Coin and Mollycool. Includes a guide to the Nintendo Switch version of Yooka-Laylee.

If you’re finding Capital Cashino a bit of a drag, we’ve got plenty more helpful advice on our Yooka-Laylee guide hub. It’s got collectable guides for all the main areas, plus the hub world and a rundown of special moves.

Where to Find Capital Cashino

To access Capital Cashino you first need to make your way through the Archive and then up to the Grand Tome to Moodymaze Marsh (go under the gate in the water than up the steps). Opposite the tome is a grapple point. Go up here than up the next grapple point to reach a small room. There’s a switch in here that will make returning easier, but there’s also a darkened doorway that will lead you to another Duck quiz.

Complete the quiz and you’ll reach a new part of Hivory Towers. Follow a direct route past Trowzer (who will give you the Camo ability) and you’ll reach a gate that you need to stealth past using Camo. Eventually you’ll reach a switch. If you approach it normally it’ll be covered by a protective shield, so use the camo and then slam it to open the gate to the room containing the Capital Cashino Grand Tome.

In order to extend Capital Cashino you’ll have to spend 11 Pagies.

Pagie Locations in Capital Cashino

There are 25 Pagies to find in Capital Cashino. There’s no map in Yooka-Laylee, and once the area is expanded it becomes a sprawling mess, but we’ve done our best to direct you to each location.

Things are also a little different here as there is a combination of straight up Pagie challenges, plus token rewards. If you earn 10 Casino Tokens you can exchange them for a Pagie

Get the Ball Round the Maze

This game will earn you seven Casino Tokens. Stand on the floor panel to activate the fans and step off to the left to turn them off. You’ve got to get the ball to the end of the maze, using the rotating boards to guide the ball. The only tricky part is the centre area, which takes some fiddly fan control to navigate.

Slot Machine

Use the machine near the portrait of Capital B (stop all three on Yooka and Laylee) to win five casino tokens.

Roulette Table Course

Head through and across the numerous spinning roulette tables to pick up a number of Casino Tokens.

Gold Statues

Head underwater and roll around in a bubble to collect four casino tokens. Smash the large barrel under the statue and you’ll be shot into the air and collect a couple more tokens.

Kartos Challenge Pagie

Kartos is found once you’ve worked your way through the numerous spinning roulette tables. Complete his challenge by grabbing 150 gems to get the Pagie.

Hurdle Hijinx Rextro’s Arcade Machine Pagies - Capital Cashino

Rextro's arcade machine can be found directly to the right once you camo past the first door when you enter the Casino. Hurdle Hijinx sees you collecting quills while trying to avoid obstacles and enemies. You can flick between lanes and roll to gain speed in Hurdle Hijinx. This one’s rather frustrating due to the delay between pressing roll and actually starting to roll, but beat the game for a Pagie and then beat the high score for a second.

Stolen Playing Card Tokens

Once you bought the Reptile Rush move from Trowzer you can talk to the anthropomorphic slot machine nearby and he’ll ask you to retrieve a missing playing card. Now you can perform charged rolls you can smash through glass barriers. Head up the ramp and through the glass, then up each ramp you come across while avoiding the electric fields.

You’ll come to a room with the stolen card. It’s encased in glass, so you need to repeatedly smash the pillar with the reptile rush move until you can pick up the card and return it to Slotty.

Slot Machine Gliding Challenge Tokens

Talk to the slot machine and he’ll set you a challenge to glide through a series of rings. Complete the course and you’ll get five casino tokens. You have plenty of time so be careful and avoid the electricity.

Sonar Splosion Platforms Tokens

From the entrance of the Casino head left towards the star painted walls. In that corner is a platform that will operate when you use Sonar ‘Splosion. Jump up onto the first platform, then use Sonar ‘Splosion, then run to the end of the tube, use Splosion again and then leap up through the door. You’ll need to activate a moving platform with a switch, then use Splosion to remove the obstacle so you can jump onto the platform.

Follow the path round to grab a number of tokens to add to your total.

How to Beat World 4 Boss, INEPT

The boss in Capital Cashino is based on Microsoft's Kinect camera and is called I.N.E.P.T. This boss battle follows a successful run on Kartos' minecart challenge and will see you stuck to rails once again.

In stage one of the fight you must jump over the red mines dropped by INEPT, then wait for him to glow red and fire off a cannonball just as he charges at you. Repeat this numerous times and he'll move onto stage 2 of his attack.

In stage 2 of INEPT's attack the camera will switch positions and INEPT will charge at you from in front and from behind. When he comes at you from the front you must shoot him with a cannonball and then jump over his body. When he charges from behind you just have to time your jump as you can't hit him. Do this a handful of times and it's time for stage 3.

In the final stage INEPT will fire missiles that loop over your head and return along the tracks. Jump over these missiles and they'll continue through and hit INEPT. Do this again and again and he'll finally meet his end. A Pagie is yours.

Play Coin Location in Capital Cashino

Next to Rextro’s Arcade game in Capital Cashino is a slot machine. If you grab the lever with your tongue you’ll start it spinning. The goal is to slam each floor switch at the right time to end up with three pictures of Yooka and Laylee. If you do this you’ll be rewarded with a Play Coin.

Power Extender Location in Capital Cashino

The Power Extender is found over by Kartos (who is found by following the path across the spinning roulette tables). When facing out to the main area of the zone (while stood next to Kartos), look over to your right and you’ll see a platform with some quills and a bunch of enemies. Head over there and hover jump up near the air vent and you’ll float up to the next platform. From here you can collect the Power Extender.

Butterfly Heart Extender Location in Capital Cashino

The heart extender in Capital Cashino is found directly above the gold statue trio, near to where the blue ghost writer is located. Simply fly into the heart and it is yours.

Dr Puzz and the Mollycool Location in Capital Cashino

From Capital B’s station at the start of the casino, head right and take an immediate left. Wander through here and on the left you’ll see Dr Puzz. To get the Moolycool and enable you to transform into a helicopter you must use the slot machine opposite her position.

Grapple into the arm to get the machine going, then slam onto each button to stop the rotating display on pictures of Yooka and Laylee.

Next up in our guide to Yooka-Laylee is a collectables guide for Galleon Galaxy, the game’s fifth and final area. We’ve also got how to find all the ghost writers and how to unlock the many special moves. You could also mop up any missing collectables from Moodymaze Marsh.

The Casino was a complete nightmare at points, but hopefully you’re now through it.

Tom Orry

Audience Development Manager, Gamer Network

Tom started life on a circus in Australia before his family moved to the UK. His love of gaming started soon after, which essentially meant he bought every video game magazine available and worked numerous part-time jobs as a child in order to afford costly N64 games. He created UK site VideoGamer.com, of which he was the Editor for over a decade. He now doesn't like circuses.

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