In Adventure Forward, you can find many secrets, including the secret stars hidden area. In addition to the Star Savior, you can also find this area in Peach’s Castle, the Fire Sea, and Metal Cap Cave. These locations have different ways to be accessed. Let’s take a look at how to get to each area and find the secret stars. We’ll also talk about how to power-up to unlock more areas.
Secret Stars in Adventure Forward: Star Savior
There are two ways to obtain the Secret Stars in Adventure Forward: by completing certain courses, or by finding a specific hidden area. Some of the Secret Stars are hidden behind a training center, while others are hidden within a stage’s level. In addition to collecting stars, the secret area also contains a special battle between the main antagonist Stratosfear and the player, which can only be completed when the player completes the course.
There are several ways to unlock the Secret Stars in Adventure Forward: first, the player can find them by using a key that can be found near a button on the Candy Cannon. Another way is to climb a pole with an axe on it. The third way to obtain a Secret Star is to go through a hidden room. In order to reach this hidden room, the player must cross two long platforms with colored blocks. In addition, players must avoid spinning lava bars.
Secret Stars in Peach’s Castle
There is a secret area inside Peach’s Castle known as the Secret Stars area. You must be able to get a Power Star in order to access this area. The Secret Slide is found in a hidden area in the Peach’s Castle. You need to have a Power Star to access the secret slide. There are three windows in the castle with the image of Princess Peach. The first window is a false window that you must jump through.
First, you will need a Power Star to unlock the door that unlocks the star on the second floor of the castle. This area is located to the right of the castle. Once you have one, you can slide down the slide without falling. If you reach the bottom of the slide in under 21 seconds, you will receive a second star. This secret area is not very difficult to find. Just make sure to follow the tips mentioned above.
The Secret Stars in Peach’s Castle can be found in several areas. You can also find a yellow rabbit in the basement of Peach’s Castle. This animal will evade Mario by running away. Once you collect 15 Power Stars, you can find Mips in this area. Catching the Mips will earn you another Power Star. After you collect 50 Power Stars, Mips will spawn again in this area. The Tick Tock Clock also has a secret course. To get it, you will need to find a beam of light and jump into it.
The Princess Peach’s Castle has a minor anomalous location. It is located behind a stained glass window on the outside. Flying into it will break the window. This area has been reported to lead to a level called Delicious Cake, which was originally part of the game’s introduction sequence. There is also a hidden princess in this area, and she can teleport you to another level.
Secret Stars in the Fire Sea
The Fire Sea is a hidden area of Mario’s world where players can find two of the game’s Secret Stars: the first is hidden behind the Big Red Coin, while the second is in the Bowser’s Castle. In each of the areas, the player needs to collect eight Red Coins to open the door. Once inside, players can find eight more Red Coins and another of Castle’s Secret Stars.
The first secret Star can be found by speaking with the instructor, climbing up a chandelier in the Castle Interior level, and then Wall Jumping up a giant pillar. In this area, the player will find the Star Replica, and eight red coins. The second secret Star is located on a statue on top of a raft. Getting it will require Mario to use Wall Jumping, which is difficult to do when you only have one life.
The second Secret Star is a little ways away, so the player will have to wall-jump twice. Jump to the platform on the left, then wall-jump again. A second Power Star will be given to the player once they reach the area’s second floor. Once they have collected 30 or more Power Stars, the next secret Star will be revealed. Using these stars to defeat Bowser will unlock the secret area in the Fire Sea.
Secret Stars in the Metal Cap Cave
The Secret Stars in the Metal Cap Cave are a collection of ten hidden treasures hidden in the game. These treasures can only be found by visiting the Metal Cavern, the sixth level of the game. To reach them, players must first navigate Dorrie through a hazy maze and then through double metal doors. Once they reach the cave’s entrance, they must jump into a pool filled with liquid metal to reveal a new area.
After you’ve collected all the Red Coins, it is time to visit the final area. The Red Coins are located around a pillar with a green switch. Once you’ve collected all of them, you will receive another secret star and be able to move forward into the next level of the game. When you reach the end of the cave, you will be able to enter the next level.
To reach the last area, you will need to activate a giant green switch. By doing this, you will be able to activate all of the green blocks, including the metal cap. From here, you will be able to collect the other two Secret Stars in the Metal Cap Cave. Alternatively, you can go to the waterfall outside Princess Peach’s Castle. There are also several secret areas and secret Stars in this area.
The Metal Cap Cavern is a level in the Super Mario 64 game. This level is also the location of the Metal Cap Switch. This secret level can be accessed through a door in Peach’s castle. You must first hit the “!” switch at the top of a tall pillar. From here, you will have to drop down into a building. Once you’ve done that, you’ll be able to reach the Cap Switch. You can also use this Metal Cap in later levels to make Mario into Metal Mario.
To find the Metal Cap, you must first collect 8 Power Stars. It will allow you to go through some hazards in the game, and will help you unlock other Stars. However, you’ll have to collect at least eight of these to unlock the Metal Cap, which is only available in the Super Mario 64 3D All-Stars version. You can also reach this secret stage by using Dorrie, the large aquatic dinosaur. By using Dorrie, you’ll be able to steer Dorrie to a double door, and jump through a liquid metal wall.