|Name||Super Mario Galaxy|
|Publish||08 Jan 2023|
|Console||Nintendo Wii (WII) > ROM|
Super Mario Galaxy Rom is a 2007 platform title developed by Nintendo and published for the Wii. It is the third Super Mario game.
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The player plays Mario as he or she sets out to save Princess Peach from Bowser. He also collects 120 Power Stars. The levels are made up of galactic with small planets and these worlds contain different gravities. The player is controlled with the Wii Remote. Nunchuk completes missions and defeats bosses. Finally, he reaches specific areas to collect Power Stars. Certain levels utilize the Motion-Based Wii Remote functions.
Galaxy could be considered the odd duck in Nintendo 3D Mario trilogies. Sunshine and Mario 64 both took place on land, water, and not in the depths of space. But if you take the time to compare and contrast these three games, you will quickly find that Galaxy and not Sunshine have more in common with the Nintendo 64 original. Galaxy truly feels like the “spiritual sequel” to Mario 64. This is not a marketing trick to increase sales. For example, consider the setting and the characters.
Every 100 years, on eve of the Star Festival, a Comet passes over the Mushroom Kingdom. It causes stardust and magical stars to fall to the Earth below. Peach invites Mario into her castle to share in the celebrations and to receive a unique gift. Bowser suddenly attacks Mario and his Toads with airships and covers them in crystals. Peach is “invited” to his galaxy creation and Bowser lifts the castle with a UFO, to transport it to its center. Kamek casts another spell at Mario before he can reach Peach and sends him into space. The Luma of apricot color, which Peach carried before her abduction and was wearing, flees to find Mario. Kamek then warps the castle with another spell.
The gameplay is slightly different from the Mario games. Instead of being played in 2D/3D, the game sometimes switches from 3D/2D and vice versa. Although the core gameplay remains largely in 3D, the game also uses sphere walking. Despite these differences, the gameplay closely resembles Super Mario 64 or Super Mario Sunshine. The camera system is similar and there are similar gameplay mechanics.