Being able to flip between 2D and 3D was apparently much more interesting than the story. There was a preference for little stories and ideas instead of an overarching story. The color of the Toads had to be used sparingly. Partners were taken out in favor of stickers to help set apart the game from previous installments.
The concept of experience points and leveling up was thrown out. Instead, you face tougher enemies and collect stronger stickers. A program was used to throw 3D objects against a wall to have them turn into a picture. The murals in World were made in a way to better fit in the Super Mario world. The time it takes to peel off a sticker was cut down in individual frames to perfect the action. Things stickers can be understood to take the place of magic.
The Sticker Museum gives the player to juggle whether they want to use the sticker right away or see it in action in a battle. This Paper Mario has the greatest focus on paper. The outine is on top of some boxes. Once inside, you will see the Square Can Thing surrounded by some coins. The outline is on the far left of this area.
Inside you will find, like the previous level, the Balloon Thing surrounded by coins. The Door outline in this level is in the same area that Wiggler drops you off on.
It will be in a small area to the left, simply jump onto the poison water and place your Blue Door Sticker. Inside you will find the Newspaper Thing. At the beginning of the level head right. Eventually, you will come aross the outline of the door next to the snow slide. Even if you melted it, it will still be there. Place the sticker there and enter to find the Cell Phone Thing.
Cross the frozen waterfall and go to the right. Fall on to the paltform with the door. Enter to obtain the Hair Dryer Thing. Make your way into the mansion and head into the first door on your right. Put your elbow into it to get some force into your throw! Sometimes dropped by Bob-ombs. Calls forth a tossable bomb that can explode and hit multiple grounded foes. Mario hits Kamek with a sandal. The effect is similar to an Eekhammer. It misses Kamek if he is flying. They are also quite a weak sticker.
Cuts enemies like the other types of scissors. Press while scissors are cutting the screen. When compressed by a team of Toads, this catapult is capable of low-orbit launches. As the bladed end is lethal, this was likely a discarded prototype. As the bladed end is lethal, this is likely to only be a prototype. Cuts enemies with slightly more power than the scissors. Press while scissors cut the screen. Like other bladed things, this requires a command Toad in each circular cockpit.
However, the protruding flange suggests a third operator is required for steering. Three green scissors fly off the screen and cut up the image.
Deals damage to all enemies. When maneuvered by two skilled thing captains, this device cleaves anything. This discovery will surely revolutionize the Toad construction business.
When manoeuvered by two skilled thing captains, this device cleaves anything. This discovery will surely revolutionise the Toad construction business.
This powerful pair of scissors cuts the screen rapidly. This massive, linked pair of sharpened blades was likely used for landscaping. Trained Toads can operate in tandem from the two oval command cockpits. Trained Toads can operate in tandem from the two oval cockpits. Damages enemies with wind. Mash as the wind picks up. Ever find yourself in a chilly medieval castle, struggling to get a fire going?
Then you need some bellows! Requiring an entire platoon of Toads to operate, this primitive pinwheel motivator is a monument to inefficiency. Requiring an entire platoon of Toads to operate, this primitive tool was used to rotate the sails of pinwheels and shows that not all inventions boast efficiency. Two paper fans beat the air until the enemies are caught in the whirlwind. Repeatedly tap as the wind picks up.
Though its gigantic size limits its use to only the largest of griddles, this ornate spatula is a sight to behold. The symbol is thought to mean "succulent pancake. Does damage to all enemies. While voice modulators are not unheard of, this device is clearly the first built for crowd use. It was likely used for intimidation at sporting events. A device used to drown the sound of roaring crowds at sporting events.
One of its less desirable side effects is gale-force winds. Sucks up all enemies on the screen including most bosses and spits them back out. The smallest of what is believed to be a previously undiscovered type of suction robot, this variation is highly maneuverable and easily satiated. The smallest of what is believed to be a previously undiscovered type of suction robot, this variation is highly manoeuverable and easily satiated.
Same as Mini Vacuum, but deals more damage. Press repeatedly as the enemies are being sucked into the vacuum. A member of the suction-thing family, this variation waits for prey in an upright position, disguising itself as a part of the canopy.
Same as other vacuums, but more damage. Press as the enemies are being sucked into the vacuum. This mechanical thing appears to exist for one purpose: While not necessarily alive, it is most certainly hungry.
Floods the battlefield, damaging all enemies. Mash as the screen floods. Great for watering plants. This piece of demolition equipment is only operable by highly trained Toads.
Once filled, targeted water sprinkles can destabilize any paper edifice. Once filled, targeted water sprinkles can destabilise any paper edifice. A more powerful version of the Watering Can. This hydroelectric-dam release valve may once have functioned well, but those days are long past. It now requires a leaping Toad to activate. An apparatus that regulates water flow when its handle is turned. Its giant size makes it impractical, as powerful spin jumps are required to operate it.
Fills the stage with hot water that might leave the enemies soggy, not allowing them to move. Press repeatedly as the screen fills up. This ancient house alarm was designed for icy climates.
Placed by the furnace, its contents would boil when burglars turned the heat on, activating a siren. An ancient and demanding invention, it releases a shriek if heated for too long. When angry, it will release it steaming contents on top of its antagonists. Causes a great sound that attacks all enemies at once. Press repeatedly as it begins playing. This valve-based alarm system requires the operator to exhale as hard as possible into the apparatus.
Bombards enemies with a terrible cacophony. Mash when it starts playing. When played well, creates beautiful music. When played badly, sounds like cats screeching. No one needs that. This audio-warfare thing requires a squad of Toads to operate - one each to man the taut vibration hawsers and a pair to manipulate the friction saw.
This audio-warfare thing requires a squad of Toads to operate - one man for each of the taut vibration hawsers and two to manipulate the friction saw. Same as Trumpet and Violin, but it is a little stronger.
It has a Mario themed design. Mash as it starts playing. A fairly sophisticated audio weapon, this thing utilizes electricity to minimize Toadpower. A single Toad can launch blistering assault "solos. A fairly sophisticated audio weapon, this thing utilises electricity to minimise Toadpower. A weaker version of the bat. The headline reads, "The Mario Times. Press when it swings back. Like a book but with more stories.
A testament to the quiet strength of paper power, this triumphant rolled tube of separate sheets symbolizes how unity can bring forth might. A testament to the quiet strength of paper power, this triumphant rolled tube of separate sheets is a symbol of how unity can bring for might. A mediocre version of the wooden bat with a picture of a mushroom on it.
While the width of this cylinder makes swinging at targets a breeze, its accuracy is bought with a loud bonking noise sure to anger the neighbors. While the width of this cylinder makes swinging at targets a breeze, the loud thwack it makes it sure to anger the neighbours. Hits every enemy, one at a time. The side says "Mario". Press right as the bat pulls back before it strikes.
This piece of wood has the power to send round objects flying when swung correctly. The individual responsible for vandalizing it has yet to be identified. The individual responsible for vandalising is yet to be identified. A weak version of the Drum that only hits one foe. Hit as it impacts on the enemy. Probably makes an amazing din when hit with a piece of cutlery.
This metal container could have been useful for anything, but leading scholars believe it was almost certainly slept on by a cat at some point. This metal container could have been used for anything, but recent research indicated that, at some point, it was almost certainly slept on by a cat.
A Medium powered smasher that targets all enemies. Tap as soon as it impacts with the enemies. Back in the day, people used this kind of thing to wash every morning. Plated in what is almost certainly gold, this private, solar-powered hot tub was likely overpaid for by a rich Toad who forgot that he was made of paper. Falls from above and crushes all enemies. Press right as it hits. A large metal container.
And probably not filled with beans. Weaker version of the Searchlight. Press repeatedly as the screen starts to brighten. This large bulb was engineered to house and protect a glowing filament, but a major design flow allows all the precious light to escape into the surroundings. Turns on in front of the enemies, damaging them strongly. Press repeatedly as the screen gets brighter.
This compact lighthouse is designed to be mobile, but the fact that it points straight up when installed would lead to many a naval disaster. Blasts enemies with a bright light, which somehow hurts them.
Mash when the screen starts to brighten. Our most learned academics remain stumped as to why anyone would install blinds on such a massive light source. It kind of defeats the purpose. It somewhat defeats the purpose. A weak version of the Car Battery. Press when the lightning hits. This adorable little power source should not, under any circumstances, be ingested, no matter how hungry you are and how much it looks like candy. This adorable little power source should not, under any circumstances, be ingested, no matter how hungry you are or how much it looks like a sweet.
Blasts all enemies with lightning. The side says "Thunder". Press when the lightning strikes. All readings indicate that this cylinder harbors a huge amount of latent power. We have attempted to access it, but a vigorous stick-poking met with failure. All readings indicate that this cylinder holds a huge amount of latent power.
We attempted to access it, but our "poke-it-with-a-stick" technique failed. Shocks every enemy with strong power. Press right when the electricity strikes them. Inside this device sleeps a power no Toad could hope to control. Maybe a little farther. Maybe a little further. Weak version of the bowling ball. Rolls through all ground enemies. Press when Mario is about to throw the Billiard Ball. This orb would be indistinguishable from other massive spheres if not for the inexplicable number on its side.
For the love of Toad, what does it mean?! Mario throws this to all ground enemies. Press when Mario is about to let it go. Used in curling, a sport like bowls but played on ice. You often see people sweeping like bad in front of this thing to make it go further!
It seems increasingly possible that this boulder spontaneously grew a handle out of its side. The wonders of nature are endless and often really weird. It seems increasingly possible that this boulder spontaneously grew a handle out of its top. The wonders of nature are endless Mario rolls it towards the enemies. Press right as he lets go. Whether this orb was designed for battle or merely construction, one thing is clear: The Bafflewood Strike Lake after it is used on the bowling pins.
The trophy throws its explosive ball at the enemies to damage them. The bottom says "Mario". Time the just before impact with the enemies. The Bafflewood after using the Bowling Ball on the bowling pins. Vibrates violently, causing an earthquake that hits all non-flying enemies. Mash when the Cell Phone appears on screen. For a device that appears to have but a single purpose--violent vibration--this thing has far too many buttons. Europe For a device that appears to have but a single purpose i.
Drills into the ground, causing a powerful earthquake that damages all non-flying foes. Mash as soon as earthquake begins.
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