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Biomes are distinct regions within Noita, each containing a specific set of creatures, objects, and terrain features of varying rarity. Many biomes are subject to an occasional randomized Biome Modifier, and some have a default. These modifiers may add unusual effects or features to the biome such as projectile deceleration or flooding.

Basic gameplay leads you down through a stack of 8 biomes called the Main Path, each separated by a Holy Mountain. Many biomes branch off to other "side biomes" to explore which may provide unique benefits such as an abundance of valuable items or more powerful wands.

Main Path

Biome Places of Interest
Coal Pits
Snowy Depths
Hiisi Base
  • Spell Shop (in a cave in the East or West wall)
  • Hiisi Anvil
Underground Jungle
The Vault
  • Lukki Lair (connects back to the Underground Jungle)
Temple of the Art
The Laboratory


Biome Places of Interest
  • Mountain
  • Floating Island
  • Giant Tree (containing the Kantele, and with Achievement Pillars and a Music Machine on the top)
  • Pond (with a Music Machine at the bottom)
Snowy Wasteland
  • Bridge
  • Frozen Vault (below the bridge)
  • Snowy Chasm (extending beneath the Snowy Wasteland outside of the Frozen Vault)
  • Lake Island (with a Music Machine)


Secret Areas


  • The Biomes are pseudorandomly generated via a combination of "Wang tiles" and "Pixel scenes". See World generation for details.
  • The normal world is 35,840 pixels wide.
  • Many parts of the map are separated by a thick layer of dense rock and extremely dense rock making it hard to get through, however methods can make tunneling easier, such as using the black hole spell, or many other fast digging spells, or devious methods such as dousing oneself in Chaotic Polymorphine and using a worm transformation.
  • Two types of Glyphs can be found scattered throughout the world, which can be deciphered and translated into many different pieces of extensive Game Lore. Some initial details were captured in 2019 by FuryForged in his video "The hidden lore glyphs of Noita (early access)", along with dozens of further videos detailing his explorations.

Approximate Biome Map

Repeating ↑
Sky Biomes
Cloudscape The Work (Sky) Cloudscape The Gold
Lake Snowy Wasteland Giant Tree; Forest Desert Desert;
Desert; Celestial Scale
Frozen Vault Snowy Chasm Ancient Laboratory Collapsed Mines; Mines Lava Lake; Orb Room Desert Chasm Sandcave Desert Chasm
Fungal Caverns Coal Pits (Shaft to Snowy Depths) Overgrown Cavern
← repeating
Parallel worlds
Magical Temple Snowy Depths The Tower repeating →
Parallel worlds
Lake Hiisi Base Sandcave
Lukki Lair Underground Jungle Dragoncave
The Vault; Fungal Caverns Power Plant
Temple of the Art The Laboratory Magical Temple Wizards' Den Overgrown Cavern
Forgotten Cave Volcanic Lake Magical Temple Desert Chasm
Volcanic Lake The Work (Hell) The Work (End) Wizards' Den
The Gold
Repeating Hell Biomes ↓


Game Mode Map link Capture Last updated

Map with full annotations
Map NG Epilogue 2.png

New Game +

Map with full annotations
Easyzoom Epilogue Map ng+ wide.png

See also: Noita Orb Atlas by kaliuresis


Easyzoom Epilogue Map nightmare wide.png


Custom maps for your own save data can be generated offline with Noita Map Viewer by pudy248.

These maps have been generated by players using the "Noita map capture addon" mod by Dadido3.

Death visualizer

Each player death is recorded, and can be mapped in the world. This process has been simplified through a local, browser-based tool.

Visit this site to use it: "Noited - a Noita death visualizer".

Example output:


You just need to select the folder with your historical sessions, and select upload. The files are parsed locally (on your computer).


More info:

Biomes and Orbs

Areas and secrets map created/translated by Nightwind for Beta branch (2020-12-29) (Original)
Orb spawn locations in NG+
(May 4th) (By Letaali)

Older versions

Older easyzoom maps

Game Mode Map link Last updated
  • 2021-04-22
  • 2021-03-29
  • 2020-01-23
New Game +
  • 2020-03-30
  • 2019-12-21
Nightmare -- --

Older (outdated) biome infographics: