Wake up next to link

Posted by K’ Dash in 04-22-2009, 11:20 PM

Old, but really good

in Super Mario RPG If you go to the hotel in the Mushroom Kingdom and sleep there, in the morning Link will be asleep in one of the beds, and if you go and try talk to him you will hear the Zelda secret sound.
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How can you recognize Fire Mario without colors?

Posted by Prime Blue in 11-04-2008, 12:07 AM

I never knew that was supposed to be a feather on Mario’s head!
As a kid, I always thought it was like that medical thing Dr. Mario wears on his head.

Posted by snap0212

What? I always thought this was something like a small mirror or a lamp. A feather? Unbelievable! *_*

Cacildo´s note: This is from Super Mario Land 2, for the original Game Boy. The explanation is simple: since the game boy didnt displayed any colors, the only way for the player to be reminded that mario is in Fire Mario mode was to add something to the sprite. So they added a feather (got this info here )

Mario had a cameo in Sonic 1!!!

Posted by Guybrush Threepwood in 07-23-2008, 08:26 AM

This might have been posted in the thread already, but you can see Mario in Sonic the Hedgehog:

Those etchings are “supposed” to be two lions but we all know what they are. 😉

 

Cacildo´s note: I can see it clearly. But since almost nobody else can, another user decided to make a image showing exactly where mario is

Posted by JonnyBrad

Cacildo´s note: Its a strech. But a pretty funny one.

Have some F U N with mario64

Posted by DarthWaiter in 03-25-2008, 08:25 AM

Originally Posted by DarthWaiter:
anyone else remember the “FUN” letters in Super Mario 64?
Behind the wall in the American version we got a “F”
In Japan they got a “N”
And in Europe they got a “U”

I can take pics later if you want to see.

Originally Posted by Night_Trekker:
What the hell? Need pics please.

This is the American version, and is the only version of Super Mario 64 that I have access to. Just go behind the door with the 3 stars on it (the first snow stage) and go right up to the stage painting. Position the camera to see behind the painting and you will see it.

You will see the letter F. Its different for other releases; Japanese and PAL.

It spells out FUN. The N64 was called the FUN Machine internally for quite awhile.

Its in Super Mario 64 on the N64 and on the Virtual Console. Not sure about the DS release. I’m about to check

just took some pics:

Posted by Toma

Well it blowed my mind. So I checked it for wanting to be blowed again when I can see it with my own eyes on my own tv. 
So yeah. VC SM64 Europe has the F.
Which seems to be the same as the ntsc american SM64.
My guess is that they havent put up 3 completely different version of sm64, but 3 times the same with different language settings to safe some work? or space online?