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master and Mario is their enemy. Wario's motive behind this sudden attack was to take control over Mario's castle in order to have one of his own. To stop Wario, Mario finds the 6 Golden Coins throughout Mario Land and regains access to his castle. In Super Mario World 2: Yoshi's Island , a stork carries Baby Mario and Baby Luigi across the sea, but the evil Magikoopa Kamek steals Baby Luigi, and Baby Mario falls onto an island called Yoshi's Island, home to Yoshis. After Mario meets the Yoshis, the group journeys through the game's six worlds to rescue Baby Luigi and the stork from Baby Bowser and Kamek.
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1996–2002 Super Mario 64 (1996) featured Mario's first 3D rendering. Mario made his 3D debut in Super Mario 64 for the Nintendo 64 . [25] Princess Peach sends Mario a letter inviting him to join her at her castle for cake; [26] however, when he arrives, Mario discovers that Bowser has invaded the castle and imprisoned the princess and her servants within it using the castle's 120 Power Stars. Many of the castle's paintings are portals to other worlds, in which Bowser's minions guard the stars. Mario explores the castle and other worlds to recover the stars. He gains access to more painting portals as he recovers more stars, [27] and he traverses three obstacle courses that lead him to battles with Bowser. Defeating Bowser the first two times earns Mario keys that open new levels of the castle, [28] while the final battle releases Peach, who rewards Mario by baking the cake that she promised him. [28] [29] In Super Mario Sunshine , Mario, Toadsworth , and Princess Peach take a vacation to Isle Delfino, a tropical island . A person resembling Mario, known as "Shadow Mario", vandalizes and pollutes the entire island using a magic paintbrush . The vandalism has caused the Shine Sprites to flee from the island's main city, Delfino Plaza, and blanket the island in darkness. Blamed for the mess, Mario is arrested by the island authorities and ordered to clean up Isle Delfino. Mario is equipped with FLUDD, a robotic hosing device invented by Professor E. Gadd , which he uses to clean up the pollution and collect the Shine Sprites. [30] Meanwhile, Peach is kidnapped by Shadow Mario, who reveals himself to be Bowser Jr. , one of Bowser's children, having stolen the paintbrush from Professor E. Gadd. Mario eventually confronts Bowser and Bowser Jr. and rescues the princess. With the island cleaned up, Mario and Peach begin their vacation. [31] 2006–present Mario went to 2.5D in New Super Mario Bros. While Mario and Peach take a walk together through the Mushroom Kingdom, Bowser Jr. kidnaps Peach and flees. [32] Mario gives chase, venturing through eight worlds. Mario eventually catches up, defeating both Bowser and Bowser Jr. and rescuing Peach. [33] In Super Mario Galaxy , Mario is invited by Princess Peach to the centennial Star Festival in the Mushroom Kingdom . [34] Upon arrival, Bowser invades the kingdom and rips Peach's castle from its foundations and lifts it into outer space . After failing to prevent the princess from being kidnapped, Mario meets star-like creatures called Lumas and their companion, Rosalina . Rosalina tells Mario that Bowser has stolen the Power Stars, the source of power for Rosalina's mobile observatory , and has taken Peach to the center of the universe. Mario then travels to various galaxies to reclaim the Power Stars to restore power to the observatory and reclaim Princess Peach.
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