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Super Mario Galaxy 2 Walkthrough Part 9: World One Hidden Stars

Updated on August 9, 2010

Super Mario Galaxy 2 Walkthrough Part 1: Introduction

Super Mario Galaxy 2 Walkthrough Part 2: World One Stars

Super Mario Galaxy 2 Walkthrough Part 3: World Two Stars

Super Mario Galaxy 2 Walkthrough Part 4: World Three Stars

Super Mario Galaxy 2 Walkthrough Part 5: World Four Stars

Super Mario Galaxy 2 Walkthrough Part 6: World Five Stars

Super Mario Galaxy 2 Walkthrough Part 7: World Six Stars

Super Mario Galaxy 2 Walkthrough Part 8: World S Stars

Super Mario Galaxy 2 Walkthrough Part 9: World One Hidden Stars

Super Mario Galaxy 2 Walkthrough Part 10: World Two Hidden Stars

Super Mario Galaxy 2 Walkthrough Part 11: World Three Hidden Stars

Super Mario Galaxy 2 Walkthrough Part 12: World Four Hidden Stars

Super Mario Galaxy 2 Walkthrough Part 13: World Five Hidden Stars

Super Mario Galaxy 2 Walkthrough Part 14: World Six Hidden Stars

Super Mario Galaxy 2 Walkthrough Part 15: World One Prankster Comet Stars

Super Mario Galaxy 2 Walkthrough Part 16: World Two Prankster Comet Stars

Super Mario Galaxy 2 Walkthrough Part 17: World Three Prankster Comet Stars

Super Mario Galaxy 2 Walkthrough Part 18: World Four Prankster Comet Stars

Super Mario Galaxy 2 Walkthrough Part 19: World Five Prankster Comet Stars

Super Mario Galaxy 2 Walkthrough Part 20: World Six Prankster Comet Stars

Super Mario Galaxy 2 Walkthrough Part 21: World S Prankster Comet Stars

Super Mario Galaxy 2 Walkthrough Part 22: World One Green Stars

Super Mario Galaxy 2 Walkthrough Part 23: World Two Green Stars

Super Mario Galaxy 2 Walkthrough Part 24: World Three Green Stars

Super Mario Galaxy 2 Walkthrough Part 25: World Four Green Stars

Super Mario Galaxy 2 Walkthrough Part 26: World Five Green Stars

Super Mario Galaxy 2 Walkthrough Part 27: World Six Green Stars

Super Mario Galaxy 2 Walkthrough Part 28: World S Green Stars

Super Mario Galaxy 2 Walkthrough Part 29: The Grandmaster Galaxy

Fluffy Bluff Galaxy

Every Planet Has It's Price


Okay, follow the directions that I stated before in World One Stars.  Go the tree with the ? coin on top, and get all the coins that will rain on you.  

Go to that one tall tree, and there will be a green pipe in the back.  Go down the pipe, and pick up the ? coin down there.  You will find several coins, so get them.  Then get the next row, and then the last.  

You will then need to exit the pipe, and go to the area with the cloud mushroom.  Use the cloud to get to the top of the tree (backwards somersaults help), and then use the Mini-Star Launcher to get to the top.  You will see a ? coin, and you can get a whole bunch of coins.  

There is also a Luma here who wants 100 coins to transform.  You should have more than enough by now.  Go ahead and feed here, and you can have a whole new planet.  

Take the newly formed Star Launcher there, and then use it to this area with a Cloud Mushroom.  The point of this is to get to the top.  

To be honest, if you use the backwards somersault and the cloud mushrooms along, it isn’t really very hard, actually.  You should probably get to it, easily.  I think you can get a 1UP along the way.  

The Chimp's Stomp Challenge

This is one challenge that will not appear until you get it in the mail, and this happens quite late in the game.  

Okay, this game is about doing all the things that you did before, but stomping on the enemies.  You need about 10,000 points that have to be obtained in two minutes (120 seconds).  That can be pretty difficult, as you only get 100 per squished enemy, 200 if it is a squish after a bounce, and then 300.  A coin is worth 100, so you might want to get those.  

For example, it is pretty easy to get the enemies that line up in a row there, and go back and get their coins.  All those Goombas gathered together are also easy to get.  

I usually long jump to the bad guys in the corner there, and get rid of them all.  You can then take the Mini Launcher to the next level, and it is pretty easy to take care of the ones there in a row.  

There are a few more enemies, and then take the Mini-Launcher up.  

You can squash the five enemies in the corner first, and then go on to circle of enemies and do your best to nail them all at once, with a circle of squish.  After they are all gone, collect the coins and then hit the ? box.  You will then have lots of coins.   

This should take you to over 10,000.  If you don't have this.  Go ahead and return to the map and start again.  That, or just lose a life and start over.  

This is really one of those do it until you get it right levels, and you just keep having to find ways to maximize points and shave off your time.  

By the way, there is a tree nearby that has a 1UP.  If you have time, get it.

Rightside-Down Galaxy

The Great Crate Incinerator


Okay, if you go in the way you came in the first time you were here in retrieving the World One Normal Stars, you have to drop down to the bottom of the level.  Go past the flower thing and hit the first switch, and then you'll be on the ceiling.  You will eventually reach the green pipe that I told you of before.  

From there, it is about using the Fire Flower found in the middle and taking out the boxes.  Then there is a matter of taking the orange pipe.  

A robot will give you an assignment of clearing boxes.  You have to destroy them all with a Fire Flower that will be provided for you.  You have to do it in 20 seconds.  The good news is that you are given an infinite amount of chances to do this.  This isn't one of those challenges where you will lose a life if you don't do it right the first time.  

The trick is to stay focused on destroying them, and realize that one fireball can destroy a few boxes in a row.  So instead of taking out three boxes, find a place to get them all at once.  Moving should be pretty minimal.  

Once you have completed this task, the Star will be given to you.   

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    • jeanie.stecher profile image

      jeanie.stecher 

      8 years ago from Seattle

      I tried this game but I can't find the stage where the previous mario game was made, like the typical one which jumps on turtles and stuffs. This game is more futuristic. Cool game though. =)

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