Wall Jump Surfaces are special walls that Samus can use to ascend, with the abilities of the Screw Attack. They appear in Metroid Prime 2: Echoes and Metroid Prime 3: Corruption. They always are in pairs, parallel to each other, to facilitate a continuous Wall Jump. The motion is almost identical to the Wall Jump of 2-D Metroid titles, which can be done off of almost any wall.
The Surfaces have different appearances in both games. In their initial appearance, the panels are a pale yellow colour with various brown spots on them. Their appearance in Corruption is much different, they have an emerald green, marble-like surface that shimmers.
Locations[edit | edit source]
Echoes[edit | edit source]
Corruption[edit | edit source]
- Falls of Fire
- Imperial Caverns
- Security Station
- Concourse Ventilation
- Processing Access
- Metroid Creche
- Mine Lift
- Machineworks Bridge
Official data[edit | edit source]
Logbook entry[edit | edit source]
- Before Screw Attack (Corruption)
- "Unknown surface type. Designed to work with an advanced movement system."
Wall Jump Surface
System: Wall Jump Surface
Area designed to work with Screw Attack.
Perform Screw Attacks while facing and touching this wall to do a Wall Jump.
This surface was designed to be used in conjunction with the Screw Attack system. Perform Screw Attacks while facing and touching wall to do a Wall Jump.
On-screen tutorial (Corruption)[edit | edit source]
"Screw Attack toward the surface to begin a Wall Jump."
Trivia[edit | edit source]
- Renders released by Amanda Rotella show that Wall Jump Surfaces in Corruption went through two design iterations. The first design was closer in appearance to Echoes, being a light beige in color with a pattern of brown sun symbols up and down the Surface, while the second design features a red and black "lava" appearance. See the gallery below for reference.