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Toad Village is the first level of the first warp room in Crash Bandicoot: Warped, and the Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy remake of the third game.


This level takes place in Medieval times, with goats, lab assistant swordsmen, who repeatedly get their swords stuck in the ground, and frogs. The frogs are a reference to the fairytale characters Prince Charming and the Frog Prince, as when they defeat Crash they will kiss him which causes them to transform back into their human form.




Translation of Aku Aku Hints in the Japanese Version[]

  • You've come again, Crash. This time I can also protect you once from harms.
  • You must get the power stone as promised.
  • If you crouch while running, it becomes sliding. It's a convenient attack.
  • If you press and hold jump button, you can jump a little higher.
  • You can step on the ? platform to enter bonus challenge. Get hordes of apples, how happy!

Names in Other Languages[]

Language Name
Japanese ケロッパの じょうかまち
Keroppa noji ~youkamachi


  • In the PAL version of the game, the knight lab assistants swing their swords around as soon as they pull it out of the ground, while in the NTSC version they take a few seconds to pull it out of the ground before swinging it around.
  • After fully completing the game, one can spot Fake Crash upon a return visit to this level, a trait it shares with Makin' Waves and Hog Ride.
  • There is an invisible life (similar to the ones in Tomb Time) in the far left pillar on the bridge before the bonus platform. It is accessible only with the double jump, the Fruit Bazooka or by a glitch high jump followed by a body slam.
  • The first bounce crate in the level, the one on the bottom, turns into a 1-second time crate if the player enters Time Trial, goes far away enough from it and comes back. This happens due to the game defaulting bounce crates to be empty basic crates when entering time trial.
  • Players can blow up the chicken at the beginning of the level using the Fruit Bazooka. This grants an achievement in the N. Sane Trilogy.