Friday, February 27, 2009

Mario Party 1 Item Pack


In Mario Party 1, you could buy several Items which would alter game settings when enabled after they were obtained. You started with only the Coin Box, which held your coins. There also were the Lucky Box, which gave a 10% increase on earned Coins, and the Casino Box, which would either double or halve your Coins. The Blocks appeared randomly in place of the Dice Block. The Plus Block gave you Coins equal to what you roll. The Minus Block took away Coins equal to the roll. The Speed Block made only the numbers 8, 9, and 10 appear. The Slow Block made only 1, 2, or 3 appear. The Warp Block switched you with someone else, and the Event Block made an event occur: Koopa Troopa, who would give 20 Coins, Boo, who would offer his services, or Bowser, who would take 20 Coins. The No Koopa and No Boo signs made the respective characters disappear from the board. When you beat the game, you get the Credits CD, which lets you watch the credits. Well, I'll just cut the babble now. Download it now!

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Sunday, February 22, 2009

Tumble (Mario Party 3)


"Hey!" Tumble from Mario Party 3 is now a papercraft! In Mario Party 3, everyone got sucked into a toy box, and became part of the Mario Party board game. The first person they meet is Tumble, who first appears as the game dice, spinning in air, before growing a head, hands, and feet. Tumble served the same purpose Toad did in the first two Mario Party games: to be a guide. At the end of the game, it is revealed that he was concealing the True Millennium Star. Anyway, download it now!

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Pyro Boxes (Super Mario 64)


These are the Pyro Boxes from Super Mario 64. They were stone blocks that spewed fire at regular intervals. All of the Bowser courses had some, and in Lethal Lava Land, a second variety was found near the volcano. Well, download it now!

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Crazy Crate (Super Mario 64)


This is a Crazy Crate. In Super Mario 64, they were innocent-looking boxes with the same face inked on every side. When Mario picked it up, however, it would hop away with him, two short hops, then go flying off, dragging Mario high up. Well, download it now!

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Bowser Puzzle (Super Mario 64)


This is the Bowser Puzzle from Super Mario 64's Lethal Lava Land course. The pieces would shift and move, scrambling and unscrambling. When it solves itself for the first time, several coins spawn. The puzzle had all 8 red coins on it, and the star marker on a nearby tile. Well, download it now!

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Note: You can cut off the tabs to make it a real puzzle.

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! Panel (Super Mario 64)


Today's craft: a ! panel from Super Mario 64. These panels could be found in many levels, and when Mario stepped on them, some event would activate. To get one of the Stars in Wet Dry World, you had to step on a ! panel to lower a wooden platform and quickly make it to the bottom of a mesh, or else the wooden platform would rise without you. Anyway, download it now!

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Records Bottle (Mario Party 2)


In Mini-Game Land in Mario Party 2, there is a small red bottle floating in the water. This is the Records Bottle. By moving to it and pressing A, you could see all of the records you set in Mini-Games. The download pack contains a normal bottle, and a double-sized bottle. Well, download it now!

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Fly Guy (Super Mario 64)


Whirrr! This is the Fly Guy. They are basically just Shy Guys with propellers. They are found in several games, and in Super Mario 64, the Fly Guys spit fire at you every once in a while. Well, download it now!

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Blue Coin Block (Super Mario 64)


Ka-chik! This is the Blue Coin Block from Super Mario 64. When you pounded these blocks, Blue Coins would appear somewhere nearby. Blue Coins were worth 5 coins, and were great for healing you or getting you close to obtaining the 100 coin star. Well, download it now!

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Crystal Tap (Super Mario 64)



This is a Crystal Tap from Super Mario 64. Found in Wet-Dry World, these tetrahedrons would raise and lower the level of water in the course, effectively draining it or flooding it. There were some found in Downtown. Once you activated the Downtown Crystal Taps, it would be impossible to return to the main area. However, skilled players could get the Vanish Cap, flood Downtown, and quickly swim up and through the mesh. Anyway, download it now!

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Flying Ship (Super Mario 64)


Sailing through the clouds, the Flying Ship slowly rows along. Well, it stays in place, actually. This is the Flying Ship from Super Mario 64. Found in the course Rainbow Ride, it was moving in place at the end of the carpet paths. On the ship, there were two Bob-ombs and a cannon. Feathery wings propelled it like oars. When Mario steps on the ship, there is a breezy gust blowing him to the back. Anyway, download it now!

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Star Marker (Super Mario 64)


This is the Star Marker from Super Mario 64. This transparent, floating blue star would mark the spot of the Red Coin Star. Once you collected all 8 Red Coins in one level, the Star would appear over the Star Marker. Anyway, download it now!

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Volcano (Super Mario 64)


Eruption Alert! This is the Volcano from Super Mario 64's Lethal Lava Land course. The volcano can be found in the middle of the level. There was a spinning wheel-shaped platform that rotated around it. The wheel spins, and stops once ina while. This is when the volcano would spew out fire. Also, if Mario jumped into the volcano's crater, he would go inside the volcano, which was an explorable area that held two of the level's Stars. Well, download it now!

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Cap Boxes (Super Mario 64)


Time for a new craft: the Cap Boxes! Cap Boxes are located in Super Mario 64 around several levels. When you broke them open, a cap would come out. The Red Cap Block gave you the Wing Cap, allowing Mario to fly when shot out of a cannon or Triple Jumping. The Green Cap Block gave the Metal Cap, which turned Mario into metal, allowing him to not be hurt by poison gas in Hazy Maze Cave's Toxic Gas Maze or by enemies, and also let Mario walk underwater. The Blue Cap Block gave Mario the Vanish Cap, turning him transparent and allowing him to walk through meshes and special walls. As a bonus, the Yellow ! Block is thrown into this download pack as well. The Yellow ! Block holds something in it, like a Star, or coins, or a Koopa Shell. Anyway, download it now!

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Grindel and Spindel (Super Mario 64)


Make way for the mummified duo, Grindel and Spindel! Found in Super Mario 64's level Shifting Sand Land, specifically "Inside the Pyramid", these enemies will flatten you if you get in their way. Getting under a Grindel's falls is not something you want to do, and being steamrolled by Spindel isn't too pleasant, either. Grindels are rumored to be mummified Thwomps or related species. Anyway, download it now!

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Bullet Bill and Bill Blaster (Super Mario 64)


Kaboom! Bullet Bills are, well, bullets. They are often fired from Bill Blasters. Bullet Bills sometimes home in on you once fired. This particular design came from Super Mario 64's Whomp's Fortress level. After defeating the Whomp King, the fortress is built. At the base of the fortress lies a Bill Blaster. It fires Bullet Bills continuously every once in a while. The Bullet Bills curve towards you. Standing on the bill Blaster or right in front of it stops the Bill Blaster from firing. Anyway, download it now!

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Cannon (Super Mario 64)


Blast off! This is a new craft, the cannon from Super Mario 64! Cannons could be found in every world. Usually, they would be covered by a hatch with a picture of a Red Bob-Omb on it. The cannons in the level would open when you talked to the Bob-Omb Buddy hidden in the level somewhere, and sometimes the Bob-Omb Buddy would not appear on certain Stars. They're still rather easy to find, though. A cannon outside the castle would open after you got 120 stars to enable you to access the roof. Well, download it now!

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