|Super Mario Star Road|
|Number of Stars||130|
|Number of Levels||15|
|Number of Secret Levels||9|
|Download Link|| http://sm64hacks.com/hack.php?id=2
This hack tries to be a sequel, or another version, of the original, in terms of level design, difficulty, and plot. Not only are all the levels redone using custom graphics (some of which directly come from other Nintendo 64 Games), but also includes custom music and even custom enemies. The level entrances range from simple pipes or good old paintings, to a vase or easel. In addition, the boss fights have been changed. Bowser himself is only fought once in the game. In the first two Bowser levels, Mario must defeat a mini boss in order to obtain the key to the next area. The 3rd and final Bowser level is when you fight Bowser himself.
The plot of the game is told by Yoshi, who informs Mario that Bowser has found the secret to get to the Star Road, the kingdom of the Star Spirits. Using the power of the power stars, he is able to transport his troops all over the Mushroom Kingdom to wreak havoc. In order to reach the star road, Mario must collect enough power stars to break the seal (of the cannon). Once Mario reaches the star road, he finds Bowser in his sky base. Our plumber then defeats Bowser, and is transported to the first overworld where he is rewarded with another star and a thank you from Peach.
Upon collecting 121 stars (including the one you get after beating the final Bowser, and the one at the peak of Hidden Palace Finale), nine Star Replicas will appear in every secret level in the game, making a total of 130 stars.
|Bob-omb Islands||Bob-omb Battlefield||147||7||0|
|Sky Land Resort||Whomp's Fortress||156||7||0|
|Piranha Plant Pond||Jolly Roger Bay||
|Chuckya Harbor||Cool, Cool Mountain||203||7||8|
|Gloomy Garden||Big Boo's Haunt||154|
|Colorful Coral Caverns||Hazy Maze Cave||137||7||20|
|Koopa Canyon||Lethal Lava Land||150||7||30|
|Large Leaf Forest||Shifting Sand Land||132||7||20|
|Mad Musical Mess||Dire, Dire Docks||154||7||30|
|Melting Snow Peaks||Snowman's Land||184||7||20|
|Colossal Candy Clutter||Wet-Dry World||211||7||40|
|Cloudrail Station||Tall, Tall Mountain||205||7||40|
|Fatal Flame Falls||Tiny-Huge Island||152||7||40|
|Bob-omb Battle Factory||Tick Tock Clock||165||7||65|
|Starlight Runway||Rainbow Ride||169||7||65|
Note: All these levels have one star replica that can be collected after 121 stars.
|Mushroom Mountain Town||The Princess's Secret Slide||3||0|
|Creepy Cap Cave||Cavern of the Metal Cap||2||8|
|Puzzle of the Vanish Cap||Vanish Cap Under the Moat||2||8|
|Sandy Slide Secret||The Secret Aquarium||3*||20|
|Windy Wing Cap Well||Tower of the Wing Cap||2||40|
|Hidden Palace Finale||Wing Mario Over the Rainbow||2||120|
|Star Leap Tower Grounds||Castle Grounds||2||0|
|Star Leap Tower Interior||Castle Courtyard||0||20|
|Star Leap Tower First Floor||-||0||40|
|Star Road||Castle Interior||1||65|
|Star Leap Tower Grounds (Night)||-||1||80|
|Bowser's Slippery Swamp||Bowser in the Dark World||Pernicious Piranha Plants||20|
|Bowser's Retro Remix Castle||Bowser in the Fire Sea||Blueberry Bully||40|
|Bowser's Rainbow Rumble||Bowser in the Sky||Bowser||80|
Game Over Screen
|Used in||Song Title||Source|
|File Select||Space Junk Galaxy||Super Mario Galaxy|
|Star Select||World Map||Super Mario RPG|
|Bob-omb Islands||Green Garden||Bomberman 64|
|Boss Battles||Boss Battle||Super Mario Sunshine|
|Sky Land Resort||Nimbus Land||Super Mario RPG|
|Piranha Plant Pond||Forest Maze|
|Mushroom Mountain Town||Outset Island||The Legend of Zelda: Wind Waker|
|Race with Koopa the Quick||Luigi Circuit||Mario Kart: Double Dash|
|Chuckya Harbor||In a Snow Bound Land||Donkey Kong Country 2|
|Gloomy Garden||Waltz of the Boos||Super Mario Galaxy|
|Creepy Cap Cave||Koopaseum||Mario & Luigi: Partners in Time|
|Puzzle of the Vanish Cap||The Engine Room||Space Station Silicon Valley|
|Bowser's Slippery Swamp||Bayou Boogie||Donkey Kong Country 2|
|Slippery Swamp Boss||Parasite Queen Battle||Metroid Prime|
|Castle Interior||Comet Observatory||Super Mario Galaxy|
|Sandy Slide Secret||Desert Hills||Mario Kart DS|
|Colorful Coral Caverns||Rainbow Resort||Kirby's Adventure|
|Koopa Canyon||Dry Dry Desert||Paper Mario|
|Large Leaf Forest||Touch Fuzzy, Get Dizzy||Super Mario World 2: Yoshi's Island|
|Mad Musical Mess||Band Land||Rayman|
|Melting Snow Peaks||Ice Mountain Zone Act 1||Sonic Advance|
|Retro Remix Castle||Castle||Super Mario World|
|Retro Remix Castle Boss||Boss Battle||Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga|
|Colossal Candy Clutter||Toy Land||Chameleon Twist 2|
|Cloudrail Station||Honeybloom Galaxy||Super Mario Galaxy 2|
|Fatal Flame Falls||Bowser's Magma Mountain||Mario Party|
|Windy Wing Cap Well||Windy Valley Zone||Sonic Adventure|
|Star Road||Gateway Galaxy||Super Mario Galaxy|
|Bob-omb Battle Factory||Battlerock Galaxy|
|Starlight Runway||Buoy Base Galaxy|
|Bowser's Rainbow Rumble||X-Naut Fortress||Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door|
|Final Battle||Dark Castle||Kirby's Dream Land 2|
|Castle Grounds (Night)||Star Festival||Super Mario Galaxy|
|Hidden Palace Finale||The Overthere Stair||Super Paper Mario|
|Castle Grounds (130 Stars)||Starship Mario 3||Super Mario Galaxy 2|
|Wing Cap/Koopa Shell||Let's Go Lightly!||Mario Party|
|Metal Cap||Metal Mario||Super Smash Bros.|
|Vanish Cap||Chase the Bunny||Super Mario Galaxy|
|Game Over||Sadness||Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door|
- Upon losing all of your lives, Mario will end up in The 0 Live Area with 0 Stars. This level is contained in the Metal Cap course, in a separate area.
- In some of the later updated versions of Star Road, if the player holds the L-button when selecting a file they will toggle on "hard mode", which makes any damage fatal to Mario. Swimming underwater is not affected by this.
- In the Blueberry Bully arena, Mario can damage boost off the lava to reach a spiral-shaped tall platform where he can find a green shell. He can then use this shell to navigate around the area, and discover a mysterious zone below the platforms. By jumping into the lava pit you have to throw the bully in, the plumber can enter one of three door-shaped holes in the wall, which are all connected, and lead to a hole in the center of the map. Falling in the hole will trigger the "secret warp" transition, but will just kill Mario and send him back to before the boss.
- In Bob-omb Battle Factory, there is a locked door with a sign next to it that tells the player that the door it leads to is found in Gloomy Garden. Looking at the game's item list has revealed the door to be a fake door, and that there was no door to be found in Gloomy Garden either.
- Dragon Coins, which can be found in almost all levels, were intended to be collected to spawn a star: in the game's code, they have a red coin behavior, but it is broken in game and only gives Mario two coins.
- There are two other hacks based on this game - Super Mario Star Road Multiplayer by Skelux, and Super Luigi Star Road by Quasmok.
- There is a DS remake currently being developed, Super Mario Star World. It is said to be finished in early 2018, and is going to have a huge amount of new content compared to Star Road.
- In Flowpipe Sewers, by climbing onto and following the pipe near the entrance to Colorful Coral Caverns, Mario will stumble upon a hole in the wall, leading to a secret room, which is fully black except for a beam of light that illuminates a toad. This toad's dialog is "I AM ERROR.", which is a reference to Zelda II: The Adventure of Link.
- In Piranha Plant Pond, Hoot says "I moved to this pond after I got sick of all the groaning those thwomps and whomps were making", which is a reference to one of the spots you could find him in Super Mario 64, Whomp's Fortress.
- In Colossal Candy Clutter, the penguin you have to race is Tuxie, the baby penguin Mario saved in Super Mario 64.
- In Sky Land Resort, the new Whomp King recognizes Mario because he knows he has defeated the old Whomp King in Super Mario 64.
- ↑ Maximum that can be collected in one go.