Talk:Toy Time Galaxy
I'm pretty sure that was just a bonus level in that video, guys... I'm sorry. If I'm wrong you are free to send me a virtual slap. I don't think it was a whole separate galaxy... Stumpers! 19:38, 29 October 2007 (EDT)
- The inclusion of the toy trains made me rethink this. Nevermind. Stumpers! 21:59, 30 October 2007 (EDT)
It IS a main galaxy. And yes, I do have proof. Sockie
Thankyou!! Princess Butterfly
The green substance on the Luigi planet isn't dark matter. It's a green version of the Bubble Breeze poison, because you sink in it. Dark matter, well, disintegrates you... =/ --PaperStriker 12:53, 2 January 2008 (EST)
Wierd Tube Planet
I added the extra trivia thing on the 30 December and it was removed by SuperYoshi with the added note 'huh? could you rephrase that please?'. Basically, I am going to explain exactly what I meant by it.
On the first star of the Galaxy 'Heavy-Metal Mecha Bowser' there is that third 'Planet' which is an assortment of blocks and is where you can use the Springshroom to become spring Mario. There is a warp pipe to the right in the area where there are those conveyer belts and one of those beam shooting enemies. entering the Warp Pipe takes you to a tube like room full of blocks and at the top is one of the large ? coins that converts all the none destroyed blocks into Starbits. Now this level, like many others, have very distant objects that are viewable but you don't actually go to those objects. High above the Galaxy, and is viewable (and quite noticeable), is a large capsule shaped planet, which you don't travel to in any of the missions. BUT, if you can hack the Wii to gain the ability to fly, like using the red star ability, you can travel to this place, although it take a while. When you finally get close to the planet, in range of it becoming a high polygon model of it, the wierd purple background then appears encircling it. the planet now has an opening that is where the viewpoint should be, and all the objects that are naturally inside the tube (which most likely depends on which mission your doing) appear. Going inside the tube locks you inside as if you went there via warp pipe, as you're supposed to do. If I had a video recorder I can probably show you what I mean, but even if I did I wouldn't be able to show you at the moment because my Wii broke, and i've sent it in for repairs (and have no idea what caused it).
On a different note, why did you delete the other bit of trivia? the one about the small train? That one was something I thought was quite interesting to mention. DarkNintendo 00:06, 1 November 2008 (EDT)
- It required to hack the game, you could put that on this this page right here, because it wasent supposed to be included in the final copy of the game. Anyway, heres what you wrote
* There is a capsule shaped planet high above the Toy time galaxy that the player is taken to via sling stars. However, flying toward the planet via hacking reveals this planet to actually be the tube like room found on the first Star that is otherwise only accessible via a Warp Pipe.
- A miniature train is viewable in a small crevasse near the Warp Pipe, mentioned above, and a 1-up mushroom. It doesn't appear to serve any purpose and may just be eye candy for the level.
The first trivia quote, requires hacking, which I'm pretty sure shouldn't be on the actual page, take this for instance, it shows a debug menu, which also requires a small amount of hacking. Also, try not to use "via" too much, I dunno about anyone else, but it gets confusing a little bit (for me atleast, sorry).
Now, the second trivia quote is fine, I don't see how I removed that, sorry. Just telling you some stuff. I'll add the second one back, with correct spelling and whatnot. Thanks for your concern. uper-Yoshi
I think I might have made it a bit misleading. Hacking the game is not required to SEE the underground tube thing in the sky, but hacking was necessary to figure out that the underground tube thing and the odd Planet in the sky were one and the same. Because of this it doesn't really count as Beta (or pre release material for anyone picky about titles) and would seem rather odd to note it in the beta elements article. The only problem is what the viewable underground areas count as. I would request a possible new article or something that takes note of these oddities (every level that has an underground area have the areas viewable in the sky for some reason) but I am not sure if that would really be any better then placing a mention of them in every article that has them (ones about the galaxies that have them). And about the via thing, I actually had no idea I said that as many times as I did, I probably wasn't paying attention while I wrote it, and naturally included it in every area, so I apologise for that.DarkNintendo 21:37, 1 November 2008 (EDT)
- Oh yah, then it isn't beta. I didn't understand it very well, sorry. And I don't think that we'll make a new article just for that, put it somewhere on the article if worst comes to worst. And no problem at all, about the via thing. uper-Yoshi
Star Bits on Mario/Luigi?
I was watching a YouTube video of the "Luigi's Purple Coins" mission, and I noticed that on the hat area, there was a group of Star Bits in the shape of the letter "L". I also noticed while watching a video of the "Mario Meets Mario" mission that there was a group of Star Bits shaped like the letter "M" on the Mario side. Should this be mentioned on the section describing the Mario/Luigi planet? Neox 14:49, 3 August 2009 (EDT)
If possible, the collisions of the unreachable planets (spoons, pencils etc) should either be completely tested/documented/written, or entirely removed. User:Trig Jegman - 17:09, June 21, 2019 (EDT)
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- It was decided by a proposal a while back that it would only be covered on this page. -- Too Bad! Waluigi Time! 16:12, August 17, 2020 (EDT)
Going off this a little. Mecha-Bowser is no more a "planet" than Megaleg is. Yes, it has its own gravity, can be climbed up, and only moves some limbs around while most of the danger comes from attached obstacles; ie, just like Megaleg. It also has a miniature version as a generic enemy and must be deliberately destroyed to complete the level. The only times I can recall an actual planet getting an explosion during a level is Breaking into the Battlerock, but that's simply a background thing that doesn't affect gameplay or destroy the aforementioned planet. And that's not even mentioning having its own unique music. I'm not saying that splitting it off from Mecha Bowser was a good or bad idea, but simply treating it as a "planet" is outright wrong. Now, I know this requires a counterproposal, but I am also not a fan of rushing into things, so I'd like prior discussion on the matter. Doc von Schmeltwick (talk) 00:33, October 3, 2020 (EDT)