In Kingdom Hearts III you learn early in your adventure about Lucky Emblems, which are Mickey Mouse symbols that you want to photograph with your Gummiphone. The reward for shooting Lucky Emblems is not entirely clear at first, but knows that that will happen. If that tempts you, we encourage you to always be on your guard. Sora, Donald and Goofy often notice that there is a good luck emblem in the area, so take the time to investigate it. They are usually hidden behind objects, on walls or somewhere above it.

Depending on the level of difficulty you have chosen, the number of Lucky Emblems varies, which you need to get the secret end. If you play on easily, you must get them all, but every difficulty level above requires less. We still need to collect the complete data on how much you need for each level of difficulty, but just know that you have to make a habit of taking pictures of these cleverly hidden symbols.

Since you are here, the importance of this task is not lost to you! To help you find that secret end, we have collected the locations of each Lucky Emblem below. It helps to know that the game organizes all Lucky Emblems on your Gummiphone in the order you find them in the world, so if you miss one but the others around it, try to cover the ground between the two. But if the photos below are not enough to point you in the right direction, for further clarification on where everyone is.

It is worth noting that obtaining all Lucky Emblems also yields Orichalcum +, an essential synthesising material needed to make the best Keyblade in the game, the Ultima weapon. Photographing all 80 Lucky Emblems is just one of the few ways to get an Orichalcum +; you need seven to make the Keyblade.

If you're looking for more Kingdom Hearts 3 guides, take a look at our beginners tips. You can also read our review for our complete thoughts about the game.

Olympus

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Olympus is a great sampler of the open design of the cards of the game. When you start your journey alongside Hercules, you are unfortunately not aware of Lucky Emblems, but you may have noticed their presence. Apart from the one that is hidden in the Malleable North with respect to the empire of the gods, the largest part of the Lucky Emblems can be found along the various paths. For more information about where to find them, click on the video above.

Twilight Town

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Twilight Town covers a relatively small area, making all nine of the Lucky Emblems a breeze. They are usually hidden on easily missed places and places high. But if you have not been back in Twilight Town for ages, you can go to the video above for additional explanation.

Toy box

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The Toy Box world has fairly clear demarcations between the few areas. That said, most of his Lucky Emblems are cleverly hidden in places you would not expect. For extra guidance, jump to the video above.

Kingdom of Corona

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With such a lush forest that fills most of its maturity, it is a little surprising that most Lucky Emblems of the Kingdom of Corona are actually in the city. Finding these should not be a problem, but if you need help, go to the video above.

Monstropolis

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Monstrolpolis is another area where you might have problems finding his lucky emblems. Smart visual tricks make it all a job for the untrained eye. These photos should help to clarify things, but if you get lost, you can jump into the video above.

Arendelle

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Although Arendelle is a beautiful winter wonderland, it is rather difficult to find many of his happiness logos, given the abundant amounts of snow that make some of its areas look alike. If you're having a hard time, check out the video above for more explicit directions on where to find each Lucky Emblem.

One hundred hectares of forest

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Winnie the Pooh and friends have the smallest world in Kingdom Hearts III. The three Lucky Emblems are hidden in unexpected corners. You can view the locations in more detail in the video above.

San Fransokyo

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There is a lot of vertical space in San Fransokyo, which makes finding the Lucky Emblems difficult. Just know that you will find the majority of them at the world's highest points. But if the constant climb upwards awaits you, jump to the video above for additional information.

The Caribbean

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The Caribbean is by far the largest area in the game, making it rather difficult to remove all Lucky Emblems. A number of islands are the sum of the huge map, so if you have problems determining where everything is, we have made notes from the point in the video above.