To get it, perform a Side Flip while riding Yoshi, then press Z and A to do a dismount from Yoshi while at the top of your Side Flip jump. Reach the top using a Blimp Fruit with Yoshi intact. Move to the side to avoid it, and hit Bowser with the last few meteors to defeat him. In certain levels that encase the player in a floating bubble, the Star Pointer is used to blow wind and maneuver the bubble. Do so and then quickly reach the Red Button in the next area and Butt Stomp it to make the Launch Star appear. Along the way, he finds friends from the Mushroom Kingdom such as and the. Upon collecting enough Power Stars, the Comet Observatory flies to the center of the universe, where Bowser is holding Peach captive.
Rather than having two characters on the screen or allowing two players to alternate, Co-Star Mode puts the second player in control of a second star pointer that can pick up Star Bits, stun enemies and more. Star 63 — Starshine Beach Galaxy — Prankster Comet: Purple Coin Beach Dash The challenge of this Prankster Comet is to collect 100 Purple Coins within 35 seconds! One of them contains the Launch Star. Go past the bars in the cell Luigi's not in, and then lose your boo form. Star 13 — Flip-Swap Galaxy — Think Before You Shake In order to access this Galaxy you will need to click A on the Hungry Luma that appears on the World Map between the Spin Dig and Yoshi Star Galaxies. In the first area, Butt Stomp the explosion star in the middle. Which answer would be more helpful if you just bought the game. To get it, make a small leap off the edge and slide down the sandfall and into the Green Star! In your normal form, talk to Luigi.
Take the Launch Star on the far side. When you come across another glass shield, backtrack to find a Bullet Bill and use it to break the shield open and hit the switch. Since he runs faster and can perform the Flutter Jump, you should be able to reach the end without too much trouble. Alternatively, you can spot the Coin Medal when you run to the right from the start. Collect all 5 Silver Stars to make the Hidden Power Star appear.
Shaking the Wii Remote would allow Mario to go through certain things, and to ride like the wind. Try standing in the middle and throwing fireballs diagonally. So leave it vertical, and as normal Mario, Wall Jump up it. Once it runs out, you must attack their weak backends using a Spin Attack after jumping on them. Take the Launch Star to reach the next area. The and the would have made a comeback appearance in the sequel before being removed. To get it, use Yoshi and do a Side Flip plus Flutter Jump to get on top of the Palm Tree.
Once you are on top, backflip toward the Green Star and create a Cloud Platform. Green Stars 2 and 3 Sky Station Galaxy To find Green Star 2, it is located on the planet where you find the oscillating yellow platforms. The Green Star is floating on the left side. However, Miyamoto thought that it was too easy and lacked insensitivity, asserting that a game loses its excitement when it is made unchallenging. As with the rest of the Green Stars on this stage. After you do it here there will be a launch star to take you to the next planet.
The key to attacking this enemy is to, naturally, use the Flip Gates to hit him from the underside. Navigate through this part of the level until you reach the end. Do jump towards the Cloud Flower to become Cloud Mario. Run over and jump into it to claim your reward! Star 65 — Chompworks Galaxy — Spring into the Chompworks This level features the debut of Spring Mario in Super Mario Galaxy 2, which fans will remember from the first Super Mario Galaxy game. Some enemies will bash you, other plant platforms will try to eat you, so take off right after landing. Simply use a Backflip or Side Flip to add it to your collection.
Take a running or Long Jumping leap off and into the lava and try and aim Mario to the Green Star as you fly up from the lava. He will follow you so you need to walk slowly but surely in a safe manner for the Bob-Omb towards the Glass Container at the end. While confronting Bowser, Mario learns that he plans to rule the entire universe with Peach at his side. From here you just need to make your way along the main path avoiding hazards. A heroic Toad who helps find Power Stars. Then use the almighty power of your Butt Stomp to bring him pain. Since you go at such a fast pace, this one is very tough.
Star 46 — Freezy Flake Galaxy — Bowser on Ice Grab a Fire Flower from the start near the cabin and use it to break the Goomba Ice Sculptures. Make it to the final Cloud platform and use Bee Mario to float to the Star above to claim your prize. Beating him will make the Power Star appear. This will allow you to Long Jump towards the glass top and reach it using Cloud Platforms. Luigi, Mario's brother, appears in several galaxies as a companion.
This your chance to run up and perform a Spin Attack on the bulge to burst it. This is the track that comes near the Launch Star that takes you to the hidden area. Some luck is involved here. For the final section, carefully navigate your way by running in between the Wigglers and up the shaft to the piece of the cylinder that connects to the next section. He removes Peach's castle from its foundations using a giant and lifts it into.
Well, you get this Mushroom as many times as you want! Avoid enemies as much as possible, long jump as much as possible and time your jumps well. Not that they're necessarily easy, but at least much more fun than the first 120 all over again. Avoid the Cosmic Clone enemies that will chase you and look for the Medal floating above one of the small points on the planetoid. Each has its own , allowing the player to completely circumnavigate the planetoids, walking sideways or upside down. Therefore, the team decided to create a real Super Mario Galaxy sequel rather than a new version of the original installment. However, the Cosmic races are harder and Luigi has a hard time stopping.