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Interesting Questions, Facts, and Information
Super Mario 64 DS
|Which character's mini-game rabbit is located on the roof of the castle?||Super Mario 64 DS
Luigi. You need to unlock the cannon by getting all 150 Stars to get onto the roof. There are other shortcuts, but they are difficult to perform.
|What will happen if you enter the 80-star door with less than 80 stars?||Super Mario 64 DS
The staircase to the next floor will never end. If you don't have 80 Stars the staircase will go on forever. You must enter as Mario, as well.
1 key to get 1 Star. It is the unfortunate surprise behind the door next to Wario's. The eighth rabbit you catch will give you the key.
|In the levels where you must collect red coins, how many red coins do you need to find before the Power Star appears somewhere in the course?||Super Mario 64 DS
8. Each level has a 'Collect the red coins' stage. You must collect 8 to get the Star.
3. The Bowser battle level you face after collecting 12 Stars is called "Bowser in the Dark World". The Bowser level you face after collecting 31 Stars, including the level "Board Bowser's Sub" in Dire, Dire Docks, is entitled "Bowser in the Fire Sea". The final Bowser level that you face after collecting 80 Stars or more is called "Bowser in the Sky". All the Bowser levels end in a fight between you and Bowser.
Rainbow Ride. The 5th stage is called "Tricky Triangles!" It involves stepping on a switch and jumping on three-dimensional triangular platforms to the star before time runs out.
Yoshi, Mario, Luigi, Wario. You start with Yoshi. With Yoshi, you unlock Mario, then Luigi, and Wario.
|Under how many seconds does the Princess Peach's Secret Slide must be completed to receive a second Star?||Super Mario 64 DS
21. To get one Star, you merely have to finish the slide. But after, you must complete in less than 21 seconds.
150. Of the 150 Stars, 120 are found in the 15 main courses. The remaining 30 are "Castle Secret Stars".
Tox Box Shuffle. 'Tox Box Shuffle' is one of Yoshi's minigames. You are shown Yoshi, who is then put under one of three Tox Boxes. The Tox Boxes are then shuffled around a bit. When they finish, you have to pick which one Yoshi is in. It is set in a place very like 'Shifting Sand Land', and shares the same music. There is a possibility that it is indeed set in 'Shifting Sand Land'. I hope you enjoyed my quiz. Bye!
Mario's Slides. 'Mario's Slides' is one of Mario's games. You draw lines to guide Mario down to the star. The first level requires no lines at all, but the other levels have Mario start at different places, so you must draw lines to guide Mario to the star.
|Yoshi's found some noisy treasure.
What a surprising pleasure!
If this game is played at the beach, what game must this be?||'Super Mario 64 DS' Minigames
Boom Box. 'Boom Box' is one of Yoshi's games. You must match the boxes according to the sounds they make when opened. Some of them sound exactly the same, apart from the length. You have three lives, every level starts with three, whether or not the previous level was completed with no mistakes.
|Where did he come from?
Look, he stomped that fellow.
He came from the sky,
With rainbows red, blue and yellow.
Which 'bouncy' game is this one?||'Super Mario 64 DS' Minigames
Bounce and Pounce. All of those games are Mario games. The aim of 'Bounce and Pounce' is to squash all of the Fly Guys by falling onto them. Like all of Mario's bouncing games, you have three lives, and every five levels you replenish your lives. 'Bounce and Trounce' would have fitted the description besides the part about rainbows, as the background has no rainbows.
Hide and Boo Seek. 'Hide and Boo Seek' is one of Yoshi's games. When Big Boo turns the lights out, you scribble at the touch screen to reveal the Boos. During the first fifteen levels, you have three seconds to reveal the Boos. After that you get only two.
|You do not want to get
In the middle of this melee.
Just bash the shells together,
And that's how you play.
What 'smashing' minigame am I describing?||'Super Mario 64 DS' Minigames
Shell Smash. This is one of Mario's games. All you have to do is whack the green shell, and hope it hits another shell. You get more points if you hit another green shell, and the more times you bash two shells together, the more points you get.
|Around and around Luigi's wheel goes.
Where will it stop?
If this game really sets the ball rolling, which game is this?||'Super Mario 64 DS' Minigames
Mushroom Roulette. This is another of Luigi's games. You have to guess what picture the ball will land on. If you place your coins on a line and you're right you get less points, depending on how many lines you set your coins, so if you put your coin on a single line, you get six coins instead of twelve.
Sort or 'Splode. "Sort or 'Splode" is one of Mario's minigames. You have to drag Bomb-ombs to the black carpet and Bomb-omb Buddies to the red carpet. Whenever you drag one to the wrong place, the Bomb-ombs or Bomb-omb Buddies in that area will explode. They also blow up when they are left alone for too long. Sometimes they may blow up on the very edge of a carpet, also blowing up the free Bomb-ombs and their buddies as well as the Bomb-ombs already on the carpet.
|Yoshi and Yoshi!
I do declare,
What a pair,
Now they're gone,
No need to mourn,
'Cause Mario and Mario are there!
Which card game is this?||'Super Mario 64 DS' Minigames
Pair-a-Gone. This is one of Luigi's games. The aim of this game is to get rid of matching picture cards that are touching each other. The game finishes when you cannot match up any more, or you get rid of all the cards. There is another version of this game which goes on forever called 'Pair-a-Gone and On'.
|They say that I'm just lucky,
That's totally not true!
In fact, I'm psychic,
Take the test, are you?
Which 'watery' game am I talking about?||'Super Mario 64 DS' Minigames
Psyche Out!. This is one of Wario's games. You have to guess (or see) what picture is on the card on the top screen. Sometimes, you can see through the card, which is supposed to be a "vision". Once you pass the five and ten mark, you are considered 'lucky', whether you saw through the card or not. The minigame has a watery setting, and has almost the same music as two of the water-based worlds, 'Jolly Roger Bay' and 'Dire, Dire Docks'.
Loves me...?. This is another of Yoshi's minigames. This game has no particular aim, but it is supposed to be a way to find out what your crush thinks about you. You tap the petals, and they become 'Loves me' and 'Loves me not' alternately, starting with 'Loves me'. If the last petal is 'Loves me', then supposedly your crush loves you. If the last petal is 'Loves me not', then according to the game your crush does not love you.
Which Wiggler?. 'Which Wiggler?' is one of Yoshi's minigames. You have to pick out the Wiggler that matches the one on the top screen. During the first few levels, the Wigglers are asleep, and wake up when you tap one. The other levels have the Wigglers running about, and they look up when you touch one. Like 'Wanted!', you lose ten seconds for every mistake, and gain five when you tap the right Wiggler or character.
Wanted. 'Wanted' is one of Yoshi's games. You have to find the missing person among the other three. Sometimes, all that can be seen of the 'wanted' character is their chin, cap, or eyes. You lose ten seconds for every mistake.
Mix-a-Mug. 'Mix-a-Mug' is one of Yoshi's games. You have to match up the top, middle and bottom parts of a particular face. Once you tap a row, only three face thirds are shown, so the required face may not even be one of the three.
|Yoshi's head and Mario's head
Are separated from their bodies.
Guide their faces
To their places
Green to green, red to red.
Which 'slippery' minigame is this?||'Super Mario 64 DS' Minigames
Connect the Characters. 'Connect the Characters' is one of Mario's games. You have to draw lines to guide the heads to the bodies. Unlike 'Mario's Slides', you can take your time on this one, because there is a 'Go' button. It is the only minigame with a button that says 'Go'.
|It's not over yet! "Super Mario 64 DS" introduces us to new mini-games to play. However, you don't have any when you first start out. How do you unlock the mini-games?||"Super Mario 64 DS" Madness
By catching rabbits around the castle. Every character has their own colored rabbit to catch (Mario's are red, Luigi's are green, Wario's are purple, and Yoshi's are grey). After catching all rabbits, you can play all the fun mini-games! Some of these mini-games also appear in the later DS Mario game "New Super Mario Bros".
|Now it's time with the final battle with Bowser. Only Mario go up to the koopa tyrant and defeat him once again. After two hits, Bowser makes the battle field a lot more smaller and harder to fight on. However, what does the shape of the battlefield now look like?||"Super Mario 64 DS" Madness
A Power Star. Things get heated up once Bowser makes the battlefield look like a Star. After one more toss, Bowser is defeated and Peach is rescued! She, Mario, Luigi, Wario, and Yoshi all celebrate with a delicious cake! That's the end for "Super Mario 64 DS"!
Hazy Maze Cave. This mission is called "Metal-Head Wario Can Move". Wario must use his Power Flower in order to move across the water in order to get to the Power Star. Hazy Maze Cave have more levels for Wario than any other level.
|Speaking of Cool, Cool Mountain, Mario has a mission named after him in this level. What is this mission called?||"Super Mario 64 DS" Madness
"Mario's Super Wall Kick". A "cool" name for this mission. Mario, of course, is needed for this mission (or Yoshi with a Mario Cap). He must use his Wall Kick move in order to get the Power Star. The Wall Kick is also known as the Wall Jump in later "Mario" games.
|Now that Mario, Luigi, and Wario are unlocked, Yoshi is no longer needed for missions. Wrong! There are some levels with missions that only Yoshi can complete. What is one of the levels called?||"Super Mario 64 DS" Madness
Both of these levels. Both of these levels involve Yoshi melting ice in order to retrieve the item needed for victory (for Snowman's Land a Power Star and for Cool, Cool Mountain a Red Coin). Yoshi has a special ability to eat up fire and spit them out.
|Wario is here! Now he can explore the castle for it's riches. He also has a helpful Power Flower move that is similar to an old Mario transformation. What is Wario's Power Flower move called?||"Super Mario 64 DS" Madness
Metal Wario. Wario puts on the old Metal Cap in order to become Metal Wario. In this form, he can't be harmed by toxic fumes and can move freely underwater without losing air. Mario's Power Flower move is called Balloon Mario and Luigi's is called Invisible Luigi.
|The man in green, Luigi, is ready to kick butt! Speaking of butt, it's about time to work on unlocking Wario. This involves using Luigi's Power Flower move to go through the glass wall on the second floor of the castle and going through Wario's painting. Who does Luigi fight in order to unlock Wario?||"Super Mario 64 DS" Madness
Chief Chilly. This is Luigi's second time fighting Chief Chilly (the first time was the final mission on "Mario Kart DS"). Luigi must use his sliding abilities in order to defeat Chief Chilly and claim Wario's key. Now, the sneaky Wario is playable and all characters are unlocked!