Video Game | Animation, Action, Adventure
When the evil Bowser steals 120 power stars and traps Princess Peach within the walls of her own castle, it's up to Mario to save her once again.
MIPS is the name of the rabbit you must catch to get two of the stars in the castle basement. The name is an acronym for mapped images per second, the type of CPU the Nintendo 64 uses.
Princess Peach Toadstool:
Dear Mario: Please come to the castle. I've baked a cake for you. Yours truly - Princess Toadstool, Peach.
In 3 of the Bowser showdown boss fights, How is it possible that Super Mario can grab Bowsers tail and swing him around before throwing them when Mario is much smaller than Bowser who is very heavy to throw around. Besides that, he wouldn't allow himself to be swung around and would likely get back up on his feet quickly which would make the swinging throw move useless, much less be able to throw him in the mine bombs.
A DS port entitled Super Mario 64 DS was released in 2004, at the time of the DS launch. This version features 30 additional stars, and multiple playable characters.