How do you get the last big coin on the last castle of world 6 ?
How do you get the big coins on the last castle of world 6 ? funkypinkc - 8 years ago
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from BSulpher's FAQ:
Use the moving ledge to get across the first lava pit, followed by getting
over the next pit by leaping from one moving ledge to the next, finding a
? Block over the lava to hit with a Red Koopa Troopa shell. Next up for
Mario is a Star Coin floating over the lava, so use a Koopa Troopa shell to
hit it, collecting it in the process, continuing on to the right afterwards
to cross more moving ledges, watching for a second Star Coin down below.
Use the moving ledges to get down to this Star Coin, grabbing it before
leaping back up to the areas above, moving right to find a Red Koopa Troopa
and a leap past two Podoboos and a lava pit. Head right to find a Red Koopa
Troopa, a Power-Up, and the halfway marker, followed by going up onto the
ledge above via the block below. Head right to Super Jump off of the Red
Koopa Troopa to get onto the granite block on the right, moving right to
locate the third Star Coin. ike730 - 8 years ago
Starting off here, head to the right by jumping on the gray platforms when
they move into range. When you reach the small platform with a Koopa Troopa
on it, stomp it to get its shell, then stand at the right edge of the
platform and throw the shell to the left, allowing you to get Star Coin #1
below. Go right by jumping between platforms a little more, avoiding the
fireballs jumping from the lava, and you will see 2 gray platforms moving
back and forth. Jump onto the top one, then drop to the lower one so you can
grab Star Coin #2.
From here, continue to the right and pass through the midpoint on solid
ground. Hit the block up ahead to get an item, then wall jump to the upper
platform. Go right and wait for the gray blocks to come together, then bounce
from the Koopa Troopa onto the ceiling to the right. Up there, run all the
way right and collect Star Coin #3 at the end.
(taken from DBM11085's FAQ) goppers - 8 years ago
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