Super Mario 64 It is one of those mythical titles that will always be in the memory of the players, and it is also the favorite of the speedrunners to do your challenges. It is the case of the player CZR, who has wanted set a new record for collecting 70 out of 120 stars that are scattered throughout the game. Best of all, he has achieved it using a modified remote with a battery, which has had to hit to execute every move of Mario.

Super Mario 64 to the beat of a battery

In the race that we have left you on these lines, CZR has wanted to launch get all 70 stars from Super Mario 64, the amount required to access the final leg of the game. A while ago, CZR got 16 stars in less than an hour; However, in this new attempt, managed to collect all 70 stars and beat the game in 1:28:09. To give us an idea of ​​his feat, the current world record for the game in the same category (getting all 70 stars) is set at 46:59 minutes. It didn’t even take CZR twice as long to break his own record.

Most striking of all, apart from his speed in completing this challenge, is that CZR has managed to execute movements such as wall jumps or precise camera repositioning with a battery. These actions are thought to be done with a controller and, nevertheless, the protagonist of this story has managed to do it with great rigor using this musical instrument.

Managed to collect all 70 stars and beat the game in 1:28:09

By the way, this is not the only milestone he has achieved: he also has the world record The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time with your battery. In addition, beyond N64, it has also been encouraged to do the same with Pokmon Azul and with The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. In fact even has set its own world record in Super Mario 64 playing with a piano.

Super Mario 3D All-Stars withdrawn from sale

Nintendo made the decision to withdraw this compilation from the market last March, alluding to the fact that it is a collection whose sole purpose was to celebrate the 35th anniversary of the plumber saga. Super Mario 3D All-Stars It includes Super Mario 64, Super Mario Sunshine Y Super Mario Galaxy with special improvements and adaptations designed for Nintendo Switch. “Mario celebrates his 35th anniversary with a little worked compilation of three of his best games”, we wrote in our analysis.

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