Super Mario 64
Super Mario 64
Step into the shoes of the brave plumber Mario as you take on the notorious Bowser in Super Mario 64! Along your journey, collect various power-ups that will aid you in your quest. Use special caps to fly, transform into a strong metal form, or turn invisible as you rescue Princess Peach!
Super Mario 64 is known as the first 3D Mario game and offers a whopping total of 120 levels to conquer. You'll encounter mini-tasks like catching rabbits along the way! Can you gather all 120 power stars and save Princess Peach from the clutches of the menacing Bowser? Best of luck!
How To Play
In this 3D platformer, you'll control Mario as he navigates through different courses. Mario's abilities are quite extensive, allowing him to walk, run, jump, crouch, crawl, climb, swim, kick, grab objects, and punch using the game controller's analog stick and buttons. You can perform special jumps by combining regular jumps with other actions, such as the double and triple jumps, long jump, backflip, and wall jump.
The main hub world is Princess Peach's Castle, which consists of three floors, a tower, a basement, and areas like a moat and courtyard outside the castle. Your primary objective is to discover paintings that lead you to courses containing Power Stars. Collecting these Power Stars unlocks more parts of the castle hub world. Each of the fifteen courses holds seven Power Stars, and there are fifteen additional hidden as secrets and bonuses, making a total of 120 Power Stars in the game.
The courses are filled with enemies and friendly creatures who may help or ask for favors. For example, Bob-omb Buddies can grant Mario access to cannons upon request. Some Power Stars only appear after completing specific tasks, often hinted at by the course's name. Challenges include gathering one hundred yellow coins or eight red coins on a stage, defeating a boss, racing an opponent, and solving puzzles.
To reach the final level, you'll need to collect seventy Power Stars to overcome the "endless stairs." The castle also hides many hidden mini-courses and secrets, which may contain extra Power Stars required for full completion. If you return to the game after obtaining all 120 Power Stars, you'll find Yoshi on the roof of Princess Peach's Castle. Yoshi will share a message from the developers, reward you with one hundred extra lives, and enhance your triple jump ability.
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