After beating 17 levels within Chapter 3, the boss of this chapter, Brownie, is raced through a factory style level with rising salt.
The music for this chapter is as follows: "Can o' Salt" for the Light World, "Rocket Rider" for the Dark World and "Fast Track to Browntown" for the boss.
The intro to this chapter is a reference to the intro of Adventures of Lolo on the NES.
Light World LevelsEdit
- Pit Stop (Bandage)
- The Salt Lick (Bandage)
- Transmissions (Bandage)
- Uptown (Cartridge Dump Warp Zone)
- The Shaft
- Mind the Gap (Tunnel Vision Warp Zone)
- Breakdown (Bandage)
- Box Tripper (Bandage)
- The Dumper
- The Bend
- Mono (The Jump Man! Warp Zone)
- The Grundle (Bandage)
- White Noise (Bandage)
Dark World LevelsEdit
- Step One
- Salt + Wound
- The Red Room (Bandage)
- Wasp (Bandage)
- Not You Again (Bandage)
- Pluck (Bandage)
- Salt Crown (Kontra Warp Zone)
- The Salt Man
- Black Circle
- Salmon (Bandage)
- The Chaser (Bandage)
- Bile Duct
- El Topo (Bandage)
- Sweet Pea
- Cartridge Dump Warp Zone (2 Bandages)
- Tunnel Vision Warp Zone (2 Bandages)
- The Jump Man! Character Warp Zone (Ogmo)
- Kontra Warp Zone (2 Bandages)
- World -3 Glitch Level
- Brownie Boss Level
- "Can o' Salt" is going to be a playable song, which can be downloaded from the Rock Band Network. This also applies to "The Battle of Lil' Slugger" and "Betus Blues RETRO".
- The Salt Factory is one of the areas to appear in the Flash game Meat Boy that reappeared in Super Meat Boy. The Light World uses a remixed version of The Salt Factory theme from Meat Boy.
- The name and artwork of the title screen of the warp zone "Cartridge Dump" is a reference to the infamous 1982 E.T. the Extraterrestrial game, which besides being considered one of the important factors of the 1983 U.S. video game crash, is also rumored to have many copies buried in a New Mexico landfill (therefore, "cartridge dump").