SUPER MARIO 3D WORLD - GUIDE TO THE GREEN STARS

 

SUPER MARIO 3D WORLD - GUIDE TO THE GREEN STARS

The Green Stars in Super Mario 3D World (available starting today, February 12, 2021, exclusively on Nintendo Switch ) are glittering collectibles carefully hidden by the developers, as are the stamps . There are a total of 380 Green Stars in the game that can't wait to be collected. Let's find out together how with our guide! Generally speaking , there are 3 Green Stars in each level , but some specific areas, such as those where Mario collides with bosses, have only one Green Star. Additionally, Toad's levels have 5Green Stars. Then there are particular levels, such as the one entitled Mystery House Mad Dash (World 4) which hide even 10 Stars within them !


The following text may contain major and minor spoilers on the Super Mario 3D World plot, so we advise you to continue carefully in case you have not yet completed the sequences in their entirety. 


You will have to collect the Green Stars to access certain levels and progress in the game (a bit like the colored gems in Crash Bandicoot, so to speak) and you will need 342 Green Stars and 76 stamps to unlock the Crown of the World . The Green Stars ensure the achievement of 4000 points. Collecting them all will unlock a very special surprise, which we don't want to reveal to you! However, we can tell you that to get an idea of which stamps are still missing from your collection, you can press the “Minus” (“-“) button on the map screen.


Super Mario 3D World is a video game belonging to the platform genre originally published for Nintendo Wii U in 2013 and revived today in the sparkling version for Nintendo Switch, the small hybrid console of the Japanese giant. Before saying goodbye, we refer you to our guide dedicated to the special levels, bonuses, tricks and secrets that await you in this splendid chapter. 


It continues the line of WiiU games that could have new life on the Switch, and it does so with this Super Mario 3D World + Bowser's Fury, a perfect couple between old rediscovery and novelty. Much of the work is done by Super Mario 3D World, now adapted to online multiplayer and with refinements that make it better from the point of view of playability, but Bowser's Fury remains the gem to be discovered within this game, able to be able to show us like a crystal ball what could be the future that awaits us with regard to the new Super Mario titles in 3D.


At the bottom of the news there is a video showing the position of all 380 Green Stars in the game, including the position of each single Stamp . Good vision! 

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