|Giants are Invading!
This article or section relates to the non-canon game, Pikmin: Invasion of the Giants, which was created by the one and only Peach Bulborb.
Queen's Statue is an area that exists in the game Pikmin: Invasion of the Giants. It is the final area, and only has two bosses and two final treasures.
This area is just two big circular arenas that are not connected.
One: The first cutscene shows Olimar and Louie disappointed at losing all the treasure they collected. The Ship also drones on in a speech about how tragic this is, and about how the giants are obviously invading the planet.
Suddenly, a counter starts beeping and the ship informs them that it is picking up the signal of a treasure worth so much that it would pay off the debt. The Ship quickly drives toward the area. As it drives in, you will see that they are on an island. In the distance on the island is the clear form of the Statue of Liberty!
Two: This shows The Ship and Pikmin Onions coming in for a landing. As they land, Olimar, Louie, and the Pikmin all come out to find this treasure. Olimar takes out the detector, and then pulls out a spare and hands it to Louie. The two part ways so they can cover more ground with their Pikmin squads.
Three: Louie and his squad of Pikmin begin to walk down a paved road, dodging occasional Humans passing by. His detector readings suddenly go way up, and he stops short upon finding a huge manhole in the ground. He and his Pikmin squad radio that they are going in... (story continued on page Verminator)
Four: Olimar and Louie walk into a gigantic statue (the Statue of Liberty). The are walking when suddenly they come to a huge bag laying on the ground. Detector readings are strong, so Olimar and his Pikmin squad go in to investigate. The bag is suddenly lifted up, with our hero still inside! (story continues on page Pyromaniac)
Five: This simply shows The Ship taking off with its two treasures strapped on, and Olimar and Louie looking back down at the Pikmin Onions. The scene ends with them flying off into space. The credits then roll.