Talk:Super Mario 128
I think the writer means when Link wears the Iron Boots and he can walk on magnetic ceilings/walls. Though it is a pretty far guess since sphere walking actually started with Metroid Prime.Knife (talk) 16:16, 11 August 2007 (EDT)
- Son of Suns, please explain why it's up there again. - Cobold (talk · contribs) 13:24, 12 September 2007 (EDT)
- Sphere-walking refers to the ability in The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess to walk on magnetic walls and ceilings using the Iron Boots. It is exactly the same as Super Mario 128. -- Son of Suns
In Galaxy, the article means how some planets have gravity where you can walk upside down on, such as the Geo Planet and Yoshi Egg Planet, as opposed to the ones with gravity that make you fall off the edge of the planet if you go too far. (Those planets obviously need Christopher Colombus to fix the gravity) An example of these planets are the Honeyhive Planet and the Magma Planet.
The preceding unsigned comment was added by Fly Guy 2 (talk).
The Iwata Asks for Super Mario Galaxy states Yoshiaki Koizumi wanted the sphere walking part of SM128 to be something implemented in a full game, and little by little, the prototype they created for that became Galaxy (cliffs notes).didn't notice this was about zelda, nvm. --Glowsquid (talk) 21:34, 24 February 2015 (EST)
CLONES ON SUPER MARIO GALAXY 2!!!
The Gamecube is NOT 128-bit
Look, the only game system with 128-bit ANYTHING is the Playstation 2, which has a 128-bit text system(in other words, merely a way to make it seem cooler than the others) , the Game Cube has a 64 bit processor. Look it up.
The preceding unsigned comment was added by NARFNra (talk).
Information i found
i was watching gaming mysterys on youtbe and in the mario 128 video the video creator stated that miamoto said that mario 128 was changed to pikmin.
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