This is, of course, just scratching the surface of Mario's abilities. Walk off to the right and you'll see a line of trees. As you approach, a flock of birds fly off the trees, their plaintive tweets proving far more evocative than any CD rock.
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Almost instinctively, you'll set Mario running in huge looping circles, spinning the world around with breath-taking ease, powder puffs of dust rising at Mario's feet. If you push more gently, Mario simply walks, by pressing the trigger button you can even make him crawl.
From the start, Konno saw his principal objective as realising all the ideas they'd had for the original game, but couldn't be handled by a 16-bit machine. True 3-D tracks, complete with tunnels and spectacular jumps were an obvious starting point for the sequel.
You can now try another door, or leap back through the picture to find the landscape subtly changed with a new level of challenge. There are 15 exceptionally varied game worlds in all, each with seven stars, plus a wealth of secret levels and three.
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Noko Noko Beach 691m. A cheery breeze around the beaches of a mini-island. Tiny crabs amble about to provide skid-inducing hazards, but observant players will notice two crucial shortcuts: one with a semi-submerged stretch of land across a bay, another a leap into a tunnel.
Further interest is provided by a balloon which rises and falls with a power-up temptingly suspended underneath -collect it and you'll always get a Bowser Shell. Moh Moh Farm (527m) After Luigi Circuit's conventional layout, the Farm offers a wacky change of pace.
The two main action buttons, green and blue make him punch and leap - use the trigger button while leaping and he does a bottom bounce. You can also use the green button to turn a leap into an Olympic dive if you're really desperate.