Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker (Nintendo Switch)
Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker on the Nintendo Switch is a port of the original Wii U game released in 2014. Due to the distinct differences to the Wii U hardware and lack of a usable touch screen while playing the game on a TV (or disconnected Joy-Cons in Table Top Mode), a permanent onscreen gyroscope controlled cursor was added for Captain Toad's Switch outing. Though, the portable mode retains the original's touch screen gameplay much like the original.
The most notable change besides the controls are the removal of the Super Mario 3D World-based bonus stages in favor of ones based on Kingdoms featured in Nintendo's more recent Mario platformer, Super Mario Odyssey, as well as retconning the ending a bit for similar reasons.
Interestingly, a huge collection of lost developement related assets were accidentally left in the Switch build of the game, revealing lost levels, objects and features.
| Unused Levels Part 1|
A variety of long lost cakes and 3D World courses. Also, E3 and demo leftovers.
| Unused Levels Part 2|
Early versions of existing courses and test levels!
The ending was altered to serve as a lead-in to Super Mario Odyssey, complete with a new end card and track to go with it. However, the track used in the Wii U version is still present in the game's files, although unused.
| DebugData directory|
| EffectViewer directory|
| eft directory|
According to the Odyssey jingle's filename (rs_EndJingle_180307), the track was finalized on March 7th, 2018.