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section for the game. If you have any different questions,
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1. Is there a way to tell Super
Mushrooms from Poisonous Mushrooms?
Both types of magical mushrooms look almost
identical. They're both the same size, and have only a
slight difference in color. The Super Mushrooms are a
brighter shade of red, while the Poisonous ones are
2. Why does the hammer break when I pick it
Sometimes when you pick up the hammer, the head just decides
to fall off. It's not a glitch though. The game has given
the hammer a random chance of breaking. This just seems to
be a way to make this powerful weapon just a bit less
reliable. Almost makes you think twice about picking up the
hammer, doesn't it?
3. How do I open up the rest of the Event
More Event Matches are unlocked once you've
successfully completed a certain number of the available
ones. Later on, you'll be required to unlock certain
Hidden Characters before more Event Matches appear.
4. What is a Meteor Attack?
definition of a Meteor Attack can be confusing. There are
many strong attacks that will KO an opponent with less
damage than a Meteor Attack requires. However, you can be
awarded bonus points at the end of a match if you use your
character's Meteor Attack to score a KO. For most Meteor
Attacks, your opponent's damage must be considerably high.
Keep in mind that Meteor Attacks are different for every
character, and some characters have a few while others have
none. A midair Down + A attack seems to be fairly common as
a Meteor Attack. When testing Mario's Meteor Attack (Foward
A in midair), I found
that he could KO Pichu at 190% damage. Captain Falcon on the
other hand needed to be at 297% before being KOed by Mario's
Here are a few Meteor Attacks for individual characters:
A in midair Captain Falcon:Foward +
A in midair Falco:Grab
A in midair Link:Down
A (NOT smash down)
5. How do I release Mew or Celebi?
Appearances by these two hidden Pokethings are certainly
rare. Whenever you've unlocked every character, there will
be a 1 in 251 chance that Mew will pop out of a Pokeball. As
for Celebi, you must unlock all of the game's secrets. He'll
also have a 1 in 251 chance of appearing.
6. How do you get
the 'Mario Maniac' bonus point?
played a 2 minute match, with the Fire Flower, Super
Mushroom, Star, Beam Sword, Star Rod, and Homerun bat as the
weapons. I picked up and use at least one of each Mario
weapon (mushroom, flower, and star), and DID NOT touch any
of the barrels or capsules. If you pick up use a
barrel/crate etc, you won't earn the point.
7. What is the
'Power Shielder' bonus point?
perform a power shield, you must block at the very same time
that an opponent is attacking you. This is best done in VS
mode, against another human opponent. Take two controllers,
and you must hit the block button on one controller at the
exact moment that you're attacking with the other. You'll
know that it works when you see a white flash following the
blocked attack. You must perform this at least 3 times per
minute to get the bonus.
8. Is it even possible to go through all the
1 player levels without taking damage for the 'No-Damage
Clear' bonus point?
Possible? Yes. Easy? No.
This is one of the most challenging bonus points to earn in
the game. Just when you've made it really far without being
hit, you always seem to suffer a small love tap from one of
the game's weakest characters. Beware of all capsules,
barrels, and crates. All of them have a chance of being
explosive, so don't take chances when breaking them open.
The big debate is whether to attempt this on Classic mode or
All-Star mode. Classic makes you fight fewer battles, but
you'll have to deal with Master Hand at the end. All-Star is
longer, but safer in some respects. It all depends on which
you feel most comfortable with. Persistence pays off. When
you take damage, just swear, throw something, and start over
again. Your determination will get you to your goal