Hurry-Scurry Galaxy is a galaxy in Super Mario Galaxy. It features platform tiles that shrink and disappear within a few seconds whenever the player steps on them. There is a planetoid with the Shrinking Tiles and a black hole in the center. There are also notes that the player must collect to get the Power Star. The shape of Hurry-Scurry Planet is visually similar to a rhombicuboctahedron.
In the mission "Hurry, He's Hungry" of the Sea Slide Galaxy, the last planet is very similar, though all the notes are immediately available instead of them appearing as the player moves around the planet.
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This planet that Mario lands on has tiles that shrink when stepped on, so Mario (or Luigi) must move quickly. Some tiles have Star Bits on them. One also has a Goomba on it, and another even has a 1-Up Mushroom on it. When Mario reaches the end, there is a tile that he can use to hit a block with coins in it. When the tile disappears, Mario will fall to a Launch Star, taking him to the Hurry-Scurry Planet.
The Hurry-Scurry Planet is an angular planet where Mario will have to immediately start running, as the whole planet is made out of the Shrinking Tiles. Inside the planet is a Black Hole and if the player remains on the same tile for too long, they will be absorbed into the abyss. This planet also contains some notes. When the player collects all the notes, the Black Hole disappears and a Power Star replaces it.
This galaxy consists of only the following mission.
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