Snow Cap Galaxy

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Snow Cap Galaxy
Star Bunnies in the Snow.png 
Area Comet Observatory (Garden
How to unlock Complete The Sinking Lava Spire 
Level(s) Star Bunnies in the Snow
 
Stars Smg icon powerstar.png 
Galaxy Icon None

The Snow Cap Galaxy is a galaxy in Super Mario Galaxy, accessed via the Hungry Luma outside the Garden. It is comprised of two small planets. It's always snowing on the main planet, depositing a white mat on the ground that slows the player down considerably, but the player can use the Star Cursor to push the snow apart, revealing anything hidden. The background of the stage features an aurora.

Planets/Area[edit]

Starting Planet[edit]

Mario on the Starting Planet.

The starting planet consists of a glass orb with a chest on top and a Koopa Shell on the bottom. Mario must use the shell to hit the chest to reveal the Sling Star.

Snow Cap Planet[edit]

Mario in the snow.

The only other planet in the galaxy is a pill-shaped planet covered in snow. It is inhabited by three Star Bunnies.

Mission[edit]

Star Bunnies in the Snow[edit]

Three Star Bunnies ask Mario to play another game of hide-and-seek on the main planet. This time, the Bunnies make it much harder than previous missions. Mario must first find and press several hidden miniature Flipswitches, which will reveal a Fire Flower. Mario must then use it to find the Bunnies. One is hiding in a snowman, another in a hole in the ground, and the third is hiding in a chest which has to be opened with a Koopa Shell. On top of all this, the mission has a time limit of 2:30. If Mario can manage to deal with all these obstacles, the Bunnies award him with a Power Star. The best and fastest way for the player to catch the bunnies is by trapping them in the depressions on either end of the planet. This will make it much easier to get them.

Planets Visited
Names in Other Languages
Language Name Meaning
Spanish (NOE) El desafío de los conejos The bunnies' challenge

Names in Other Languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese スノーカプセルギャラクシー
Sunō Kapuseru Gyarakushī
Snow Capsule Galaxy
Spanish (NOA) Nevados de cápsula de Galaxy Snowed Capsule Galaxy
Spanish (NOE) Galaxia cápsula nevada Snowed capsule galaxy
French Capsule neigeuse Snowy capsule
German Schneekapsel-Galaxie Snow Cap Galaxy
Italian Galassia Capsula Gelata Frozen Capsule Galaxy