Mario's Super Wall Kick

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Wall Kicks Will Work (N64) /
Mario's Super Wall Kick (DS)
Cool, Cool Mountain Star 6
Location Cool, Cool Mountain
Mission # 6
Game Super Mario 64 / Super Mario 64 DS
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Mario's Super Wall Kick, or Wall Kicks Will Work in Super Mario 64, is the sixth mission of Cool, Cool Mountain in Super Mario 64 and Super Mario 64 DS. In Super Mario 64, this is the course's final mission.


To obtain this Power Star, Mario must either make use of the cannon in this level, found at the base of the mountain near the exit cabin for the big slide; utilize a Spindrift and float down; or fall to the bottom at the start of the level and land on the other side of the large pit. Like for all cannons in the game, Mario must first speak to a Bob-omb Buddy to be able to use it. The Bob-omb Buddy is located on a small floating island along the path of the chairlift that is just to the left of the cannon. With the cannon, Mario must shoot himself to the tree on the other side of the level in order to prevent sliding off the platform. He must then make his way along a narrow cliff with a couple of Spindrifts and then long-jump across a pit. On the other side, Mario must run up the first slope and wall-kick to another sloped platform. Now running the other way up this platform, Mario should triple-jump and wall-kick at the apex of the jump. Additionally, there is a Spinning Heart at the base of the crevice should Mario take any fall damage. Once on the last platform, Mario needs to cross the narrow ice bridge here and claim the Power Star.

In the DS version of the game, only Mario can complete this mission via the intended route as he is the only character that has access to the Wall Kick, although Luigi can reach the Star with his Backward Somersault. Alternatively, Yoshi can flutter-kick or triple-jump to reach the last platform, and Wario can triple-jump and dive to reach it. Additionally, the narrow bridge that leads to the Star at the top has been widened. Otherwise, the objective is the same.

Names in other languages[edit]

Super Mario 64[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese かくれ スーパー カベキック
Kakure Sūpā Kabe-Kikku
Hidden Super Wall Kick
Chinese 要用踢墙跳了
Yào Yòng Tī Qiáng Tiào Liǎo
Time to Use Wall Kicks
French Murs pour rebondir Walls to Bounce Back
German Denke an den Wandsprung! Remember the Wall Kick!

Super Mario 64 DS[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese スーパーマリオ カベキック
Sūpā Mario Kabe-Kikku
Super Mario Wall Kick
Chinese 超级马力欧的踢墙跳[1]
Chāojí Mǎlìōu de Tīqiángtiào
Super Mario's Wall Kick
French Super saut mural de Mario Mario's Super Wall Kick
German Marios super Wandsprung Mario's Super Wall Kick
Italian Il Super Salto a Parete di Mario Mario's Super Wall Kick
Korean 슈퍼마리오벽차기
Syupeo Mario Byeokchagi
Super Mario Wall Kick
Spanish Patada en la pared de Mario Mario's Wall Kick


  1. ^ From the score sheetMedia:SM64DS course list in Chinese.png and the entrance menu of Super Mario 64 DS as localized by iQue.