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There are a total of 120 Power Stars to find in Super Mario Galaxy. You’ll find most of them by just completing each of the game’s levels, but there are also 51 hidden stars to collect throughout.

In this Super Mario Galaxy guide, we’ll tell you the location of the 3 Green Stars and list the Trial Galaxy Power Stars they allow you to reach.


Green Star locations

There are three Green Stars that you need to collect in order to open the Trial Galaxies.

Fountain Dome // Battlerock Galaxy

Breaking into the Battlerock – Luigi under the Saucer

Once you (spoiler) rescue Luigi during Kitchen Dome // Ghostly Galaxy // Luigi and the Haunted Mansion, he’ll head off on his own to find some Power Stars. He, being Luigi, gets stuck every time he wanders off. He’ll mail you a photo, and you’ll have to go off to find him. The first place he’ll go is in the Good Egg Galaxy — but he will only give you a regular Power Star there. For the Green Star he finds, you’ll have to go to Battlerock.

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All the way at the end of this level, you would normally kite a Bullet Bill to a dome containing the Power Star. To find Luigi, you’ll need to kite a Bullet Bill around to the underside of the saucer.

Once Luigi is rescued, he’ll give you a Green Power Star (more on these below).

Kitchen Dome // Buoy Base Galaxy

The Floating Fortress – The Secret of Buoy Base
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To get this hidden star, you’ll need play a lot with Torpedoes Ted and Bullets Bill. Dive under the water at the start, and look for a pipe covered by a dome. Lead a torpedo to it to reveal a pipe. Through the pipe, you’ll end up on the outside of the planet.

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Dodge the Bills as you cross the path there. You’ll have to very carefully lead a Bill through the various obstacles to the dome protecting this Green Star.

Bedroom Dome // Dusty Dune Galaxy

Blasting through the Sand – Treasure of the Pyramid
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Start the level normally, and make your way through the Pokeys (Pokies?). When you reach the platforms near the ring of rolling boulders, jump to the center platform with the Sling Star. Don’t take the star, though. Instead, run around to the underside to pick up a Rainbow Star. Use your invincibility to smash the boulders and pick up some Star Bits.

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Head back to the first platform you landed on, and run to the bottom side. There’s a Hungry Luma here who needs 20 Star Bits.

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You’ll head inside a pyramid-like planet. Here, you’ll have to run up and down the inside of the planet to collect five silver stars. Once you’ve got them all, you’ll get the Green Star.


Trial Galaxies

Once you’re collected all three Green Stars, there will be a new, green Launch Star in the Observatory. That will send you to a three-lobed planet where you can tackle the three Trial Galaxies. These are challenging levels using mechanics you’ve encountered elsewhere in the game.

The three Trail Galaxies are:

  • Rolling Gizmo Galaxy
  • Loopdeeswoop Galaxy
  • Bubble Blast Galaxy
Sours: https://www.polygon.com/guides/21440190/super-mario-galaxy-green-stars-trial-galaxies-luigi

Super Mario Galaxy: How To Get The Grand Finale Galaxy

Super Mario 3D All-Stars was announced September 3rd.

It's a compilation of Super Mario 64, Super Mario Sunshine and Super Mario Galaxy.

You'll be able to play it on the Nintendo Switch.

Find out how to get the Grand Finale Galaxy in Super Mario Galaxy below!

READ MORE: Super Mario 3D All-Stars: Release Date, Price, Pre-Order Guide, Graphics, Soundtracks, Included Games, Screenshots And Everything We Know

 How To Get The Grand Finale Galaxy

The Grand Finale Galaxy can be unlocked by beating the game with Luigi with 120 stars.

You'll then have to talk to the Luma and say you want to go to the Grand Finale Galaxy.

Peach's Castle will be back at Kingdom as you have defeated Bowser three times.

The Grand Finale Galaxy will be your opportunity to get the 121st and final star.

You can do so by collecting 100 Purple Coins.

when you've got 99 out of 100 Purple Coins, the last one will be on top of the Starshroom ship.

Backflip to get up there and collect the last Coin.

Get the Star at Peach's Castle to finish the game.

Now you'll be able to play any galaxy you want, any dome you want, by just getting all silver stars.

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The Grand Finale Galaxy is the final galaxy in Super Mario Galaxy. The galaxy is where Mario's home planet, the Mushroom World, resides. The galaxy is unlocked once both Mario and Luigi collect 120 Power Stars, and can be reached by talking to the fourth Green Luma on the Trial Planet. This galaxy has the 121st Power Star for both Mario and Luigi. The level takes place in Toad Town from the beginning of the game, except that Penguins, Bees, Gearmos, and Star Bunnies are here. The Toad Brigade and their Starshroom, are found outside of Peach's Castle. After collecting all 100 Purple Coins, Mailtoad will receive a letter. If the player talks to him, they will receive a congratulatory letter on the Wii'sMessage Board. The picture of the congratulatory letter differs depending if the player spoke to Mailtoad as Mario or Luigi. The picture can be sent to friends. On the list of galaxies, the Grand Finale Galaxy is called "Grand Finale" lacking the "Galaxy" name that all other galaxies use.

Planets/Areas

Mushroom World

This is the main and only planet of the galaxy, and is where other Mario games take place. This game (Super Mario Galaxy) only shows Peach's Castle and Toad Town however. The castle and area is based off its look from Super Mario 64. The area contains an enormous lake with a river flowing into it and a pathway to Toad Town. The path goes through the town, and into the Castle. There is an invisible wall blocking the entrance to Peach's Castle just like in Super Mario 64.

Levels

The Star Festival

The Star Festival is the only level of the Grand Finale Galaxy. It requires the player all 100 Purple Coins. After collecting all 100 Purple Coins, Mario/Luigi will receive the 121st Power Star. However, before collecting the Star, Mario/Luigi must talk to Mailtoad to receive a congratulatory message and attached picture on the Wii's Message Board. This mission is named after the event at the beginning of the game, which occurs every 100 years.

Trivia

  • Although Peach's Castle can be seen, an invisble wall blocks the entrance of the Castle, probably because the Peach's Castle area has not been designed and closed off from the player (like an unfinished building being constructed).
  • Altough this galaxy does not contain any Black Holes, it is still possible to die from fire damage on the campfire after talking to Captain Toad.
Sours: https://wii.fandom.com/wiki/Grand_Finale_Galaxy
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Grand Finale Galaxy

Pictures to be sent to the Wii Message Board
Pictures to be sent to the Wii Message Board

Pictures to be sent to the Wii Message Board

The Grand Finale Galaxy is the final galaxy in Super Mario Galaxy. The level takes place in Castle Gardens (also called Toad Town in the guide by Prima Games) from the beginning of the game, with creatures from later parts of the game now attending the Star Festival, including Penguins, Bees, Gearmos, and Star Bunnies, the four major NPC types in the game. The galaxy is unlocked after all 120 Power Stars have been obtained with both Mario and Luigi, and is reached by talking to the fourth Green Luma on the Planet of Trials. This galaxy has the 121st Power Star for both Mario brothers. The Toad Brigade and their ship, the Starshroom, are found outside of the castle. This is the only galaxy not mentioned in the Super Mario GalaxyPrima Games guide. This galaxy also contains the only Purple Coin mission that does not have the words "Purple Coins" in the name. It is also one of the two galaxies to have a Purple Coin mission not triggered by a Prankster Comet, the other one being in the Gateway Galaxy.


After the player has collected all the Purple Coins, the Mailtoad will receive a message. If the player talks to him, he will send a congratulatory picture to the Wii Message Board. This picture differs depending on whether the player spoke to the Mailtoad as Mario or Luigi. If Mario speaks to him, the picture will show Mario and Peach standing on the Starting Planet of the Good Egg Galaxy with some Lumas, including the apricot Luma. If Luigi speaks to the Mailtoad, the picture will feature Luigi and Rosalina standing in front of Peach's Castle with the Toad Brigade. The picture can also be sent to friends. In the Super Mario 3D All-Stars version of Super Mario Galaxy, the "Yes" and "No" prompts are removed and the two images obtained from him are automatically sent to the Nintendo Switch album if the player talks to him. Additionally, the message from the Super Mario Galaxy staff that was originally sent to the Wii Message Board is now read out by the Mailtoad in-game.[1]

On the list of galaxies, this galaxy is simply called "Grand Finale", lacking the "Galaxy" name at the end that all other galaxies on the list have.

Planets/Areas[edit]

Star Festival (Starting Planet)[edit]

Toad Town and the exterior of Peach's Castle are shown. The castle and the area around it is based on the design introduced in Super Mario 64, containing a large lake with a river flowing into it, but expanded to include a pathway to Toad Town. The path goes through the town and into the castle.

There is an invisible wall that stops the player from entering the castle itself and the lake. If the wall is bypassed by hacking, the castle and lake have no collision and will cause the player to fall and lose a life.

Mission[edit]

This galaxy contains only the following mission.

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japaneseグランドフィナーレギャラクシー
Gurando Fināre Gyarakushī
Grand Finale Galaxy
Chinese欢乐团圆银河
Huānlè tuányuán yínhé
Happy Reunion Galaxy
French (NOA)Galaxie de la Grande FinaleGrand Finale Galaxy
French (NOE)Galaxie du grand finalGrand Finale Galaxy
GermanGroßes Finale-GalaxieGrand Finale Galaxy
ItalianGalassia Gran FinaleGrand Finale Galaxy
Korean그랜드 피날레 갤럭시
Geuraendeu Pinalle Gaelleoksi
Grand Finale Galaxy
SpanishGalaxia Gran FinalGrand Finale Galaxy

Trivia[edit]

  • It is possible to take damage (and thus lose a life) in this galaxy. The player can simply jump into the fire roasting food that is just past the gate to Peach's castle area near Yellow Toad.
  • Despite Earth seemingly being located underneath the Comet Observatory, this galaxy is accessed in the same way as the three Trial Galaxies, by flying to a distant galaxy in the sky.

References[edit]

Sours: https://www.mariowiki.com/Grand_Finale_Galaxy

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There are a total of 120 Power Stars to find in Super Mario Galaxy. You’ll find most of them by just completing each of the game’s levels, but there are also 51 hidden Power Stars to collect throughout.

In this Super Mario Galaxy guide, we’ll tell you the location of all 19 hidden Power Stars (and six Hungry Luma Power Stars), the 24 Prankster Comet Power Stars, the 3 Luigi Power Stars, the 2 Green Stars, and the 3 Trial Galaxy Power Stars. We’ve broken these 51 Power Stars up by the Dome (observatory) and galaxy. If there’s a trick to collecting any, we’ll explain that as well.


Table of contents


Hidden Stars

These Power Stars are hidden inside normal levels. Instead of completing the level as designed, you’ll have to do something different, like going in the wrong direction or feeding an out-of-the-way Hungry Luma, to collect them. There are a total of 19 Hidden Stars (including the Hungry Lumas that appear next to the game’s six Domes).

Below, we’ll list them by the Dome the galaxy is found in.


Table of contents

Terrace Dome

There are no Hidden Stars in the Terrace Dome, but a Hungry Luma will eventually appear nearby.

Hungry Luma
Sweet Sweet Galaxy – Rocky Road
Image: Nintendo via Polygon

Feed 400 Star Bits to the Hungry Luma who appears outside of the the Terrace dome to reveal this galaxy. You’ll have to run across hole-filled and moving platforms to reach the end. There’s no trick to it, so just make your way carefully along.

Fountain Dome

There are two Hidden Stars in the Fountain Dome, along with the Hungry Luma next door.

Space Junk Galaxy
Tarantox’s Tangled Web – Yoshi’s Surprise Appearance
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After the sequence of Pull Stars, you’ll land on a clear planet. There’s a Hungry Luma here who needs 50 Star Bits. If you need a few more, check back along the path to the beginning, and then head below the surface of the planet and look for the enemies there.

The Luma will create the Yoshi’s Surprise Appearance planet. Take out all of the Goombas wandering around on Yoshi’s face to find this star.

Battlerock Galaxy
Breaking into the Battlerock – Battlerock’s Garbage Dump
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Near the beginning of the level, you’ll reach a planet made of red, yellow, greed, and blue orbs with a bomb dispenser and rolling Chomps. Use the bombs to blow up a few of the Chomps for Star Bits, and then look on the yellow part of the planet for a Hungry Luma. Feed it 30 Star Bits to reveal a new planet.

Image: Nintendo via Polygon

Here, you’ll have to use bombs to destroy a bunch of garbage within a 30 second time limit. Throw your bombs at the gold dots on the floor. You don’t have to be perfect here, so just aim for pretty close. Start with the ones at the back, and only grab the closest bombs.

Hungry Luma
Sling Pod Galaxy – A Very Sticky Situation
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Feed 400 Star Bits to the Hungry Luma who appears outside of the Fountain Dome to unlock this galaxy. You’ll have to navigate through space using web-like Sling Pods to launch yourself around.

Kitchen Dome

There are also two Hidden Stars in the Kitchen Dome and one star reachable through the Dome’s Hungry Luma.

Beach Bowl Galaxy
Passing the Swim Test – Wall Kicking Up Waterfalls

To get this hidden star, start the level the same way as normal — by talking to the instructor, and then diving down to steal the golden shell.

Image: Nintendo via Polygon

Take the shell to the far side of the water from where you started, and use it to open the chest there. This will reveal a Launch Star that will take you to a planet of waterfalls.

Image: Nintendo via Polygon

Use the Cataquack to reach the oversized coin at the beginning. This will get you your first Ice Flower. Wall jump up the waterfalls with your new ice powers. Take out the Prickly Piranha Plant on the next level to reveal another Ice Flower.

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Waterfall wall jump up to the top, and there’s another Ice Flower. Lead the Cataquack along your ice path over the water until you reach the island with the star and let it launch you up to collect it.

Ghostly Galaxy
A Very Spooky Sprint – Matter Splatter Mansion
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Near the beginning of the level, you’ll pass a few bats and Pumpkinhead Goombas on your way to the titular mansion. Watch along the right side of the path for a pair of stalagmites. One of them is glowing a little. Spin to break it, and it’ll reveal a Launch Star.

Image: Nintendo via Polygon

On the next planet, you’ll have to stay inside spotlights that reveal (and hide) the level’s paths. Keep following along carefully until you reach the end and collect this Power Star.

Hungry Luma
Drip Drop Galaxy – Giant Eel Outbreak
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You’ll need to feed the Hungry Luma that appears next to Kitchen Dome 600 Star Bits to transform it.

To collect this Power Star, use the shells you find underwater to defeat the planet’s three Gringills (giant eels).

Bedroom Dome

Bedroom Dome has three Hidden Stars and one with the Hungry Luma.

Gusty Garden Galaxy
Gusty Garden’s Gravity Scramble – The Golden Chomp
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From the start of this level, while you’re riding your dandelion puff, collect all of the over-sized coins. This will give you an invincibility star just before you land on the horseshoe-shaped planet with the rolling Chomps.

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Run straight along the curve of the planet until you spot the eponymous Golden Chomp. Smash it while still invincible to collect this star.

Freezeflame Galaxy
The Frozen Peak of Baron Brrr – Conquering the Summit
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Follow the only path you have through this level until you pick up your first Ice Flower. Along the back wall of the pond where you pick it up, there are two fountains. Use your Ice Flower abilities to turn those into platforms and climb out of the pond area.

At the top of the wall, continue right. There’s another pair of fountains here. Space out your jumps so that you triple jump off the second fountain. You’ll reach a new ledge with a Launch Star.

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From there, use the Fire Flowers to navigate your way along the rest of the path to the peak and collect your Power Star.

Dusty Dune Galaxy
Sunbaked Sand Castle – Bullet Bill on Your Back
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Start this level normally until you reach the sandy planet with the blue and red crabbers and the spiky flower. Let the sand drain down until a stump becomes visible on the bottom of the planet. Ground Pound it, and collect the notes it reveals. Collecting all the notes will create a Launch Star.

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On the disc where you land, use the switch to raise the central tower. Lead a Bullet Bill to the dome with the Power Star to collect it.

Hungry Luma
Bigmouth Galaxy – Bigmouth’s Gold Bait
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To collect this Power Star, you’ll need to collect a gold shell and return it to the treasure chest near the beginning.

Engine Room Dome

Engine Room Dome also has three Hidden Stars and one Power Star kept by the Hungry Luma nearby.

Gold Leaf Galaxy
Cataquack to the Skies – The Bell on the Big Tree
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This hidden star is near the tree where you’ll pick up this level’s first Bee Mushroom. Look for a dispenser making bubbles. Hop into one, and float up to the bell hanging on the side of the tree. When the bell spits out a line of musical notes, collect them all by blowing your bubble around to pick up your hidden Power Star.

Sea Slide Galaxy
The Silver Stars of Sea Slide – Hurry, He’s Hungry
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A bit into this level, you’ll find a Hungry Luma next to a cannon you’ll use to proceed. Make sure you have a Bee Mushroom, and then feed the Luma 40 Star Bits to create a new planet. Use the cannon to reach it.

Sours: https://www.polygon.com/guides/21428902/super-mario-galaxy-hidden-star-luigi-green-trial
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Super Mario 3D All-Stars: Getting The Secret 121th Star In Mario Galaxy

Super Mario 3D All-Stars has been out for a few days now, and I’ve been digging returning to these old 3D classics — especially Mario Galaxy. The game originally popped on the Wii, one of the most popular consoles of the last few generations, and the game holds up really well. Who doesn’t love exploring tiny planets and hunting down stars?

And it’s always 120 stars. That’s how many are in Super Mario 64, so that’s how many are in Super Mario Galaxy! Right? Okay, I have something terrible to admit. I never actually knew there were 121 stars in Super Mario Galaxy. Honestly, I’m crossing my fingers and hoping you guys didn’t know that too. This game came out in the early days of Youtube, and we didn’t have easy access to endless information — and you have to do an absurd amount of work to get this final star.


Getting The 121st Star In Super Mario Galaxy

Getting the 121st Star is no easy feat for one simple reason — Super Luigi Galaxy. After collecting all 120 Stars in Super Mario Galaxy, you’ll be able to save Luigi in an inverse of Luigi’s Mansion — Mario saves Luigi from a haunted house, instead of the other way around.

Super Luigi Galaxy puts you in control of Mario’s bumbling brother Luigi. He can jump higher, has less friction in his movements, and takes longer to reach his top-speed when running around. Basically, he’s harder to control — and to get the last star, you have to re-collect all 120 Stars with Luigi. Look, I have more than enough patience to get all 120 Stars and unlock Luigi. I absolutely did not have the patience to redo everything with Mario’s less-cool brother.

But, we’re talking about the 121st star. After getting all 120 Stars with both Mario AND Luigi, you’ll unlock a special bonus area called Grand Finale Galaxy. This is the final zone, a truly special place that I seriously doubt many of us managed to reach. The zone is Princess Peach’s castle from the beginning of the game — and there are 100 Purple Coins to collect here.

It’s pretty cool to replay the first area and get a chance to explore in full detail. Finding all 100 Purple Coins gets you that last 121 Stars — but seriously, it’s more like 241 Stars.

In the sequel, Luigi is just a playable character. That’s a whole lot more tolerable than replaying the game with a lame version of Mario. But I’ve got to give props to the original Super Mario Galaxy, it gave us something cool at the end of a long completionist road. I totally can’t say the same for Super Mario Sunshine and that lame postcard you get for 100%-ing the game.

Sours: https://gameranx.com/features/id/209609/article/super-mario-3d-all-stars-getting-the-secret-121th-star-in-mario-galaxy/

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