Toy Time Galaxy
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Toy Time Galaxy is a galaxy in Super Mario Galaxy, located in the Engine Room dome. It is a playroom-themed location filled with toys that are made out of rainbow building blocks, usually acting as platforms. Colorful trains appear as a short transportation. The Spring Mushroom and mini Mecha-Bowsers also appear here. This galaxy is inhabited by Gearmos. The galaxy has areas that are food-based, and a planet that references Super Mario Bros.
NOTE: Unless otherwise noted, all names are unofficial.
This planet looks like a circular train track with two stations. It has two trains on it; one with three cars (this one is usually ridden by the leader of the Toad Brigade), and the other with two cars (this one is usually ridden by Blue Toad). In some missions, it circles the track clockwise; in others, it circles counterclockwise.
This is a planet made up of many colorful blocks and gears with the general shape of a train engine, mostly identifiable by a long smokestack in the top. This planet also features pink walls with their own gravity. This planet has a 1-Up Mushrooms and a Life Mushroom. The 1-Up Mushroom is between two vent pipes to the left of the starting point that Mario must Wall-Jump to get. The Life Mushroom is following more vent pipes to the right of the starting point over some fans. This planet is the first to have Bolts for Mario to spin.
Conveyor Belts Planet
This is a medium sized planet made up of building blocks and conveyor belts. This is where Mario first finds the Spring Mushroom. This planet has a pipe that leads to the planet's tubular inside. A miniature train is viewable in a small crevice 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.
This planet is made up of a big plate, a fork, a spoon, and a bottle with a launch star that Mario must reach to move on.
This is a big toy robot that is made to resemble Bowser on a large conveyor belt, though it hardly resembles him at all. Its only similarities in appearance to Bowser are its spiked green shell, the spiky collar, and a red protrusion coming out of its head that vaguely resembles Bowser's hair. Mecha-Bowser is a tall, old fashioned-looking blue and green toy robot with wheels on its feet and wind-up keys coming out of the sides of its head and its back. It features green surfaces (much like the pink ones) that Mario can walk on. To get to the top, Mario must destroy its chest plate and its right arm. To destroy the whole robot and save the trapped Gearmos, Mario must destroy the stack of breakable stones on its head, which causes a chain reaction that makes the robot explode. After it is destroyed, only the conveyor belt and the Gearmos remain.
This is a strange metal and wood planet with a huge screw sticking through it. Mario must collect five yellow Star Chips here to progress. A Hungry Luma can also be found here along with many Amps. This planet has been said to look somewhat like the head of F.L.U.D.D. from Super Mario Sunshine.
8-Bit Mario Bros. Planet
This is a very thin planet with an 8-bit Mario on one side and an 8-bit Luigi on the other. This planet matches the appearance of 8-bit Mario or Luigi, using Flip Tiles for their skin color, Shrinking Tiles for their shirt color and lava tiles for Mario's hat and pants color (poison water tiles for Luigi's). A starting block with a star is attached to one of 8-bit Mario or Luigi's feet. On the hat part of the brothers, M is written on it with Star Bits and L is written for Luigi. The Mario side has five Silver Stars and the Luigi side has 150 Purple Coins, of which only 100 need to be collected. The Luigi side only has these coins when the Purple Comet is in orbit around the galaxy. This planet is seen in the Mario Squared Galaxy in Super Mario Galaxy 2 (and in fact comprises the entire galaxy), as separate Mario and Luigi planets.
First Dessert Area
This area consists of one cake, two slices of cake and a conveyor belt with chocolate bars on it. Mario needs the Spring Mushroom to scale the cake slices and jump over the chocolate bars.
Second Dessert Area
This area consists of one large orange cake, a slice of cake on a plate and a wall of white chocolate. Mario must bounce or walk around the spinning cake to get to a Sling Star. The cake's center is a black hole.
Frozen Dessert Area
This area is a collection of an ice cream cone, popsicles, lollipops, and huge ice cubes. Mario starts out on an ice cream cone and is shortly greeted by the lone Li'l Brr who lives there. Mario will have to use the sticks of the popsicles as poles and traverse over the pit until he reaches the area with the rotating lollipops. The lollipops have yellow robots that produce shockwaves that will damage Mario. Unlike their purple or green counterparts, they can't be jumped on unless Mario wants to take some damage from its spikes. There is a trail of Electrogoombas on a thin, icy path. Mario will need to avoid them as they may cause him to fall off the trail and into the black hole below. The last ice cube has a cannon that will shoot Mario to the Launch Star.
Birthday Cake Planet
This is an oversized cake with five candles and six forks and spoons sticking out of it. Mario can go down the green Warp Pipe on the red spoon (one of two spoons not in the cake) and enter the inside of the planet. Mario must "blow" out all five candles by spinning next to them. This will cause a Launch Star to appear.
Undergrunt Gunner's Planet
This is a large cake with a canister of gumballs on it. When Mario arrives, the Undergrunt Gunner has taken over the planet and resides in his new electric cannon on top of the gumball canister. Mario must don the Spring Suit and spring up to the cannon in order to deliver the glass-rattling ground pound on the mole three times to end his reign of terror. Mario can find a Life Mushroom to the right of the mole and a 1-Up Mushroom above the mole. The area is also littered with mini Mecha-Bowsers that provide coins when Mario's HP gets low, but they may also act as nuisances.
This is two square shaped planets intertwined. They are covered with Tox Boxes and Flipswitch Panels. Mario must turn the switches yellow in order to get the Power Star. Toy Time Galaxy's Fast Foe Comet also occurs in this area. This area can be reached by feeding the Hungry Luma on the Screw Planet.
As Mario is launched towards the starting planet, an inaccessible train can be seen passing by. By hacking, it is shown that this train has collision, despite the fact that the player can't normally get to it.
These are three wooden gears that float around the factory planet with some star bits on them. Through hacking, it shows these planets are solid. The gravity is the same is as the train planet.
Throughout the galaxy, usually seen when Mario is flying towards another planet via a launch star, there are some pencils with star bits around them. Unlike the gears, these are not solid.
When Mario is flying towards the second planet in the third mission via a launch star, some inaccessible spoons with star bits in their bowls can be seen. It is likely that they're solid, as they seem to be copies of accessible spoons.
In the third mission, there are some oranges with star bits next to them. These are also seen while flying to the next planet, just like the spoons. However, unlike the spoons, it is unlikely these are solid.
As Mario is being launched towards the boss area in the third mission, some asteroids or mini-planets can be seen with rings of star bits around them. It is unknown whether these have collision, but is more likely that they do, as there are other similar objects like the mini-planet in Spin Dig Galaxy which do have collision.
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