This page contains Super Mario 64 Hints for Nintendo 64 called "Change Mario's appearance" and has been posted or updated on Feb 15, 2007 by ROBERT JAMES. Let us know what you think of this Hint by thumbs voting.
- Developer: Nintendo
- Publisher: Nintendo
- Genre: Action Platformer
- Release Date: Sep 26, 1996
- ESRB: Not Set
- Other Platforms
Change Mario's appearance
Wait until Mario's head appears on the opening screen. Press (A) and use the hand that appears to grab and stretch various parts of his face. Press (B) to make Mario's head smaller. To keep a previously stretched piece in that position, hold (R) and select another piece to change.
To make Mario look like a baby, grab his cheeks with the hand and put them behind his nose so the mustache does not appear. He will resemble how he appeared in Super Mario World 2: Yoshi's Island on the SNES.
Hold (R) and press (B) when Mario's head appears on the opening screen. Stretch his cap down, his mustache up behind his nose (which you should stretch up), his ears behind his head, and his mouth up to make him look like a baby.
To make Mario look like a hillbilly, pull his mustache up as far as possible, then put his ears behind his head. Next, pull his lip up all the way. Then, pull his nose to the left as far as possible. Finally, pull his hat down all the way.
To make Mario look like a pirate, Take the left side of his mustache, pull it up as far as possible, then cover his eye. Next, take the other side of his mustache and move it behind his nose, just until his nose is covering all of his mustache except the bottom. Finally, pull his hat down until you cannot see his left eye.
To make Mario disappear under his hat, hold (R) and press (B) until he is as small as possible. Then, put his mouth up as far as possible. Put his left ear to the right as far as possible, and do the same thing to his right ear. Next, put his hat as far down as possible, then press (B). If done correctly, Mario will be completely hidden under his hat.
To make Mario look fat, pull his mouth halfway down. Then, put his ears behind his back. Pull his cheeks on the left diagonally left and his cheeks on his right diagonally right. Finally, pull his nose down slightly.
To make Mario resemble an army sergeant, pull his cap down as far as possible, then pull the left and right side of his mustache over his eyes. Swing his ears behind his head. Then, pull his lips up and out to your left (his right).
To see Mario sleeping with his eye's open, pull his hat down all the way. When Mario starts sleeping, his eyes should be open.
To make Mario look like an alien, pull his nose all the way down. Then, pull his mustache behind his nose. Pull his ears all the way out. Finally, stretch his cap all the way up.
To make Mario look like he is wearing sunglasses on, pull his mustache all the way up as far as possible. Then, pull the top of his face down until the eyes go behind the mustache.
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