Interesting Questions, Facts and Information
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Interesting Questions, Facts, and Information
Super Mario Sunshine
Yes. In some of the 'secrets' there are those Marios jumping in the backround.
II Piantissimo. You see him at Gelato Beach, at Pianta Village, and Noki Bay.
|How many Baby Bowser balloons do you have to pop on the roller coaster ride to complete Episode 8?||"Super Mario Sunshine"
20. There are 20 in all and you must pop all of them before the roller coaster makes three cycles around the path.
Yes. You can return to the Delfino Airstrip, after you get a certain amount of shine sprites and defeat Bowser. A guy makes you pay 10 coins to ride a ferry to Delfino Airstrip.
Shine Gate and Grand Pianta Statue. In Delfino Plaza's description, it states that the Shine Gate and the Grand Pianta Statue are Delfino Plaza's main attractions.
Sirena Beach. Sirena Beach has a hotel in it and the hotel is basically the whole stage.
The Sand Bird. The Sand Bird is born in one episode.
Pianta Village. Pianta Village's description states that there are fungi growing under the village.
Chase Shadow Mario. Shadow Mario appears in the stage on Episode 7. You chase him down, squirting him until he falls.
Gooper Blooper. You fight Gooper Blooper for the third time in a jungle high above Noki Bay.
You will lose a life. Unrealistic, but true!
50. This is also true in "Super Mario 64" for N64.
No. The 7th challenge in every level is to chase Shadow Mario, not the last.
Baby Bowser. Baby Bowser turns into Shadow Mario and paints graffiti everywhere to get Mario blamed for it.
Pinna Park. Toad says "I think it's called Pineapple or something.", but it is really called Pinna Park.
10. You can also trade in multiples of 10; for example, 50 blue coins = 5 shine sprites. You can trade blue coins in at the boathouse (where the entrance to Ricco Harbor is).
Bianco Hills. The second level is called Ricco Harbor.
Shine Sprites. There are 10 shine sprites in each major level- 8 episodes, 100 coin sprite, and the secret sprite.
FLUDD. FLUDD stands for 'Flash Liquidizer Ultra Dousing Device'.
Pihanass . They are the things that toss you in the air. The red ones hurt you, the blue ones don't. They can be killed by leading them into the water or to an inflatable Dune Bud.
Durian. A durian is the brown fruit that you can't pick up. Yoshi needs one on 'Yoshis Fruit Adventure'
Piantas. 'Nokis' are the shell creatures of 'Noki Bay', 'Goombas' are the brown enemies from the NES games and 'Yoshis' are dinosaurs.
Delfino Plaza. Delfino Plaza is the hub to all other levels.
All his dreams come true. Again revealed after 'Mecha-Bowser appears'
FLUDD. FLUDD is the pack on your back you have throughout the entire game, apart from 'The Goopy Inferno'.
|On which level do you have to dive under the sea to clean a giant eel's teeth?||"Mario Sunshine"
Noki Bay. The episode is called 'Eely-mouths dentist'.
Bowser Jr.. It is revealed that it is Bowser Jr. after episode 1 of 'Pinna Park', 'Mecha-Bowser appears'.
|Who is inspecting the paintbrush on the ending screen, when you complete it with less than 120 shines?||"Mario Sunshine"
Il Piantissimo. Il Piantissimo is the one in the purple suit that you race throughout the game.
Bowser Jr. In a twist I never would have expected, it turns out to be Bowser Jr who did it all. Thanks for playing my quiz and I hope you enjoyed it.
Trees. The fat, blobby, strange-looking inhabitants of Delfino Isle have tiny trees growing from their scalp.
Overrules it. In court, the lawyer makes a statement against Mario and Peach raises an objection but the judge doesn't allow it and sentences Mario to clean up the whole island.