Game Boy Advance

Mario And Luigi: Superstar Saga

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Mario and Luigi: Superstar Saga is a legendary RPG game that takes players on an epic adventure with the iconic plumber brothers. Released for the Game Boy Advance, this game is a true gem that has stood the test of time.

Join Mario and Luigi as they embark on a quest to save Princess Peach’s voice, which has been stolen by the evil witch Cackletta. With hilarious dialogue, quirky characters, and challenging puzzles, this game is sure to keep players entertained for hours on end.

The gameplay is a perfect blend of action, strategy, and exploration, allowing players to control both Mario and Luigi simultaneously in a unique tag-team system. Master their special moves, such as the Bros. Attacks, to defeat enemies and bosses in thrilling battles.

With vibrant graphics, catchy music, and a captivating storyline, Mario and Luigi: Superstar Saga is a must-play for fans of the Mario franchise and RPG enthusiasts alike. So grab your Game Boy Advance and prepare for a supercharged adventure with the dynamic duo!

Mario And Luigi: Superstar Saga Game Cheats, Tips, Codes, Hints and Tricks

Battle options

During a battle, do not choose the option to run. This only takes away some of your coins and starts the battle from the beginning.

STAFY reference

In the Yoshi Theater, there is a poster that refers to a Japanese game called STAFY.

Change music

To change the music in any area to multiple songs, do the following things. Get the hammer later in the game and get to a pipe used for changing worlds. Turn Mario small and go into the pipe. The music will be the same when you change worlds.

Kirby appearance

At the Yoshi theater, a Kirby poster can be seen hanging on the wall.

Luigi surfboard

When you get the Ultra Hammer, go to the beach where the surfer is located and talk to him. He will say that you need something to pound into the slot. Switch Mario to the back and use your hammer over the slot to make Luigi fall in and pop out as a surfboard.

Donkey Kong reference

At the skeleton ship, when you play the barrel mini-game, the skeleton is actually in the shape of Donkey Kong.

Gold Beanie

Sometimes you can see a Gold Beanie on a rare occasion. If you defeat it and it does not flee, you will get a Spike Badge. You can see them by killing some of those spiny creatures in Chucklehook Woods or underwater.

Game references in the Yoshi theater

In the lobby of the Yoshi theater, there are four posters on the wall referring to Nintendo video games:
1. Kirby Story–referring to the Kirby series
2. Wario poster–referring to the Japanese box art design for “WarioWare, Inc.: Mega Microgames”
3. M&L–referring, of course, to this game (more specifically to the game’s originally intended title, “Mario & Luigi”)
4. Legend of Stafy–referring to a Japan-only game series of the same name

Wario appearance

At the Yoshi theater, a Wario poster can be seen hanging on the wall.

Luigi’s Mansion reference

Go to the cafe in Beanbean Castle Village. Then, talk to the man at the stand. He will let you select a blend. Choose HooHoo Blend. Soon after, a ghost will appear, then Professor E. Gadd will show up. Note: You will need to use beans.

Super Mario Bros. reference

At Bowser’s Castle, there is a part where a paper Bowser is hanging on strings. There is also a little axe is next to it.

Inside the border house were you play the border game, on the back wall is a picture of the ending of a level in Super Mario Bros.

Weird passport pictures

When taking your passport pictures on the Koopa Kruiser, the baddie will say “Do not move”. Move once, then he will say something to you. Then just when he is about to take the picture, move the D-Pad. When done, look at the passports.

Other Mario game references

In the Whoohoo Hooniversity, there is a room containing the blocks from many previous Mario games such as Super Mario 64 and Super Mario Bros.

Legend Of Zelda reference

One of the items that Professor E. Gadd gives you is an item called “Great Force”, which actually looks like a Triforce piece.

See Princess Peach’s Castle

Go to the summet on HooHoo Mountain, walk to the top right of the summet until you get to the edge. There should be a slant in the summet shape (like an octogon) and two stone sharp-like rocks, walk up to the top one and look underneath the B button icon, you should see Princess Peach’s Castle from Super Mario 64.

Finding items

Learn how to use the hammer technique. Then, hit Mario with a hammer and make him small. When Mario is small, an exclamation mark will appear over his head when he is over a buried item (and increase if he is directly over it). Without walking, switch places so that Luigi is in front then Mario hit him in the head with the hammer. Pop out and you will have your item.

You can find many items in flower circles or Xs in the ground.

Cheaper photos

A photo cost 100 Coins from the photographer near Queen Bean’s castle. However, you can lower the price to 50 Coins if you choose “No”.

Super Mario RPG: Legend Of The Seven Stars reference

Go to the arcade in Little FungiTown and play the mini-game there. Geno can be seen in the corner.

Easy dodge

Sometimes it is hard to dodge a monster’s attack because you pressed the wrong button. If this keeps happening, try pressing [A] + [B].

In-game reset:
Press A +B + Select + Start during game play to restart.