|"Hang On Wall While Dead"
Date Submitted: Saturday, April 21, 2001
My reply: I'm not sure what the
"cage" is, nor what the "thin wall" is.
|"Deadal Mario" Peller
Date Submitted: Thursday, December 7, 2000
Hit the switch that activates the "stairway of blocks". Now, try to destroy all the blocks before they disappear!! This takes some strategy on the timing! You must hear the destroy sound effect for every block.
Start with the closest block, and do them in order:
Method #2 (harder):
Butt-stomp the farthest block, hopefully grabbing the
next block, then continue:
|"Die and Get a
Submitted as an IDEA!
My reply: Sorry, but I don't think this is possible. I haven't tried this one specifically, but in Course 1, I did the "Flying Dead" trick (where you get a wing cap, die and fall into a cannon, then shoot), then I flew right into a star I had activated earlier. I flew right through the star, hit the ground and died.
|"Invisible Metal Mario"
Submitted as an IDEA!
I'm not sure I understand this trick.
|"Wet-Dry Cannon Zombie"
Get in the cannon, aim above the Sun, and shoot:
Fall, get hurt, and "bounce" into the
As soon as you touch the ground
When you first enter the painting to get into this world, do a double-jump such that you enter the top portion of the painting. This will cause the water level to start at an unusually high level!
Go to the bottom of the tall caged area and lower the water to ground level and break the yellow block, then try to wall kick left and right all the way up the inside of the caged area. Also try wall kicking front to back, which is not as easy.
Here is another way to get into the cage that leads into town without using the cannon:
Do the "High Water Level" trick above, and then you can just jump into the cage that leads to town.
|"Cage Diver 3"
You can also continuously back kick along the slanted surface that leads up to the cage. This is tricky, but definitely possible.
|"Cage Diver 4"
This is similar to #3 above, but relies on a "glitch" that I have not been able to duplicate.
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