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Every step of the story drains the player's inventory, severs their social connections, drives them mad, sends them to prison, steals and soils their soul, kills them, permanently reduces their stats, or all of the above. On the way, though, she is knocked off-course by a Bullet Bill carrying Mario and lands unconscious. Shadow Madness includes the item "Pandora's Caudron". In Brawl , said dress is radically altered to possess frills at the front of her skirt that split down the legs, flame like designs near these frills, as well as pink and red portions of the bottom portions of the skirt, plus a silk front near the brooch, with it being given a slightly more realistic appearance. Later, Bowletta kidnapps Peach in order to make sure to awake the Beanstar this time, which is showing angry reactions when confronted with Birdo's voice. He puts a razor to Ryo's throat and a Quick Time Event appears. If ignored, you suffer no consequences.

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Peach's initial design had been conceived by Shigeru Miyamoto , with some of his suggestions to Yoichi Kotabe being incorporated into the final design, in particular making her eyes look more "cat-like.

One such design, seen on the Super Mario Bros. Japanese box art, depicts her with a long-sleeved dress, no gloves, strawberry-blonde hair, and crown jewels with no distinct colorations. Peach has always been depicted as a blonde in video game artwork, although it was originally of a darker, more strawberry-blonde shade or in the case of the Japanese packaging, a dark blonde shade.

On a similar note, her dress had always been depicted as pink in video game artwork, although because of the aforementioned graphical limitations of the NES hardware, her on-screen sprite in the Super Mario Bros and The Lost Levels depicted her as wearing a white dress with red highlights, with her only gaining a pink dress starting with the overseas version of Super Mario Bros 2. The Thousand-Year Door installment marked the original dress's final appearance. Despite this, one episode of the Super Mario Bros.

Super Show did have the character refer to herself once as "Princess P. In , the English version of Yoshi's Safari marked the first time that the name "Princess Peach" was used outside of Japan, but the name did not catch on for western players until it was used again in Super Mario Games as of Mario Kart 64 use Peach as her prominent name.

For the most part, however, the "Toadstool" name is hardly used outside of remakes and re-releases of older titles, which most times retain the original localized text. Recently, however, Super Smash Bros. On a similar note, although she was mostly referred to as Princess Toadstool in various countries outside the United States in most localizations or "Princess Mushroom" in some cases , the Danish dub for The Adventures of Super Mario Bros.

The Super Mario Bros. Bowser invades the Mushroom Kingdom, transforms its inhabitants into various objects, and kidnaps Peach then known as "Princess Toadstool" so she cannot reverse his spell. Mario and Luigi go to rescue her. After they defeat Bowser, the brothers rescue Toadstool. Depending on the version, where she was found also varied.

In the original game as well as the Deluxe version, she was merely found on the floor behind the destroyed bridge. In All-Stars , she is instead found in a cage dangling above a lava pit.

In Super Mario Bros.: The Lost Levels , Bowser kidnaps Peach again. Mario and Luigi travel through the Mushroom Kingdom again to save her. After defeating Bowser, the Bros. In the original version, her subjects celebrated around them after she recited a poem. In the Deluxe version, due to it reusing assets from the first game, she was merely found on the floor behind the destroyed bridge. In both instances, she largely reused her speech from Super Mario Bros. In Super Mario Bros.

This is the first time in the overall Mario series where Toadstool is a playable character. Her main ability is limited fluttering time after jumping , but she has slightly poor vertical jumps.

Toadstool is also the weakest character in the game and has the slowest "pull time" of vegetables. She helps them by sending them items and supplying advice via letters. The two travel to Bowser's hideout in Dark Land and rescue her.

In the English version, Toadstool plays a joke on Mario and Luigi at the very end by saying to them, "Thank you, but our princess is in another castle! Super Mario Bros 3. Also, she is seen in the opening, which shows her receiving a letter about how the Koopalings are taking over various lands nearby and her dispatching Mario and Luigi. In the 25th Anniversary release for Super Mario All Stars , aside from the role she played in-game, her sending letters in the game was referenced by a letter submitted by Nintendo with her being the in-universe author, with the letter itself stylized more after the SNES version in design.

In the letter, she explains that, after so many years writing letters to Mario, she decided it was time to find new pen-pals, and jokingly states that she sent a power-up just for the reader and that they not tell Mario lest he possibly get jealous. She then gives a hint about how they should keep their power up handy as they re-discover their adventures in Super Mario All Stars. She then closes by stating that to get in touch with her, they simply need to find her "at another castle.

He takes her to his castle in the Valley of Bowser. He holds her inside his Koopa Clown Car during his battle with the Bros. After she is rescued, Toadstool kisses Mario or Luigi on the cheek, and during the credits travels with Mario, Luigi, and Yoshi to Yoshi's hut to observe the hatching of the rescued eggs with the other Yoshis. Super Mario World , where she accompanies Mario and Luigi via Hot Air Balloon and looks on as Mario and Luigi, gaining cape forms via feathers found, go and explore the island.

When they return, they find her gone presumably being abducted by Koopas, as some Koopas were seen headed in her direction while they were flying earlier. In Super Mario 64 , Peach invites Mario to her castle for cake, but before he arrives, Bowser takes control over the Power Stars and seals Peach in the fresco over the entrance of the castle. This installment is the only game for the Mario series overall to provide both Peach's Japanese and Western names. In the original Japanese version, it was merely listed as "Peach" - in the North American release and subsequent editions, the letter is formally typed with "Toadstool" and personally signed with "Peach" in pink underneath.

This marked a transition to the widespread use of her original name in other markets, therefore making it an international standard and the first and only time Japan heard the North American name of the princess in the Shindou Edition and its remake , though most of the in-game text refers to her as "Toadstool". In this remake, she wears a ponytail. A little known feature of both games is that if the player searches in " The Princess's Secret Slide " room, they will find a memo from Peach.

It reads "My castle is in great peril!! I know it's because of Bowser again. Will he never tire of terrorizing us? He stole the castle's Power Stars and disappeared into the walls along with us!

Retrieve all of the Power Stars from the walls and the paintings in the castle. However, she noticed something amiss in the tour video: Specifically, that there was an ominous figure in the background in the video who resembled Mario. She attempted to inform Mario and Toadsworth about what she saw, but they were too busy thinking of the opportunities for the vacation to pay attention.

When seeing this doppelganger near the airport after making an emergency stop, she attempted to no avail to inform Toadsworth and Mario who were busy discussing how to deal with the dilemma of the doppelganger's presence, only to notice the doppelganger had disappeared. Before Mario left to find help, she warned him to be careful, as she had a ominous feeling about the situation.

She also attempted, to no avail, to defend Mario during his trial at Isle Delfino after it became apparent he was framed for defacing the island with gunk. While Mario is cleaning Delfino Plaza as part of his sentencing, Shadow Mario grabs her and runs off.

Mario chases Shadow Mario and rescues Peach. When Mario confronts him, he reveals that he is Bowser's son Bowser Jr. He attacks Mario in his Mecha-Bowser , but Mario defeats him. Over time, Mario makes his way to that said area and finds Bowser and Bowser Jr.

Mario defeats Bowser in a final battle and rescues Peach. They then managed to spend their vacation for real. As Peach and Mario are taking a walk around the castle, it is struck by lightning. When Mario goes to investigate, Bowser Jr.

Mario chases Bowser Jr. Eventually, Mario was able to confront both Bowser Jr. She then thanks Mario before kissing him. When he arrives, Bowser lifts Peach's castle out of the ground and takes her to the creation of his new galaxy.

Mario attempts to ride on the castle, but Kamek attacks him, sending him flying into space. With the help of a Luma , Mario sets off to rescue Peach. Peach sends Mario letters with 1-Up Mushrooms throughout the game. In New Super Mario Bros. Wii , Peach is celebrating her birthday with friends at the castle.

During that time, Bowser Jr. They eventually manage to find her in Bowser's airship, but Kamek takes her to Bowser's Castle and locks her in a cage. After being rescued, Peach takes a hot air balloon alongside Mario with Luigi accidentally being left behind , with Peach either also alluding to a secret world that she has to tell Mario about, or otherwise ask him how his adventure was like.

She was initially planned to have a playable role in the game, although technical difficulties regarding her dress resulted in this concept being dropped in the final version.

When Mario arrives, a giant Bowser kidnaps Peach. Once Mario defeats Bowser, he returns to the Festival and enjoys a giant cake. In the end, when Mario collects the final Grand Star, he and Peach pose together. Upon Mario and a few Toads noticing said case the next day at the same location, Mario gives chase to find Peach and bring her back to safety.

Postcards from the game reveal that she did managed to knock out a Goomba and make a frantic escape, but ended up recaptured by Bowser's army before she could reunite with Mario, with Bowser also placing Peach in a cage in close proximity. During the credits, she is carried by Mario until they reach the castle, to which they then do a curtsy. When the four notice from Acorn Plains that Peach's castle is held under siege, they give chase to rescue Peach and take back the castle.

When the four reach the castle and manage to defeat Bowser for the first time, Peach can be seen high above a lone tower pleading for the heroes' help until bars and a barrier cover up the window and block further communication. The game's story and objective stated above in this section is the same for New Super Luigi U. For the New Super Mario Bros. U Deluxe installment, Toadette gains a form known as Peachette after obtaining the Super Crown , which causes her to look much like Peach and gain Peach's Floating Jump.

At the beginning of the game, the Princess is out for a nighttime walk with Mario, Luigi, and Toad. Toad spots a broken Clear Pipe sticking from the ground, prompting the Mario Bros.

Once they do, the Green Sprixie Princess emerges and explains that her kingdom is under attack from Bowser, who has kidnapped the other six princesses and sealed them in bottles. Notably, Princess Peach is the first of the foursome to try and stop Bowser, immediately running for the Pipe and ultimately falling into it. She joins her friends in their quest across the worlds of the Sprixie Kingdom and eventually helps to defeat Bowser. Princess Peach is the second slowest of the playable characters after Rosalina , while her jumps are tied with Mario 's for the third-best in the game.

However, she also has the power to temporarily hover in the air, as she did in Super Mario Bros. Like every other character in the game, she can use all of the power-ups that appear. Her appearance changes slightly when using some of the power-ups, most notably the Fire Flower ; when she grabs one, her hair, which is normally worn hanging down, is pulled back into a ponytail.

When power-ups are set to match each characters' color, Peach's are always pink Fire Flower power-up side. Peach also makes some appearances in Super Mario Maker. In the Mario and Mario Challenges, Peach is kidnapped by a group of Goombas , so Mario goes to rescue her, successfully doing so in the latter challenge after the player completes a set number of levels uploaded by other players chosen at random.

In addition, Peach appears as an unlockable Mystery Mushroom costume , which can be unlocked either at random upon completion of the Mario Challenge, or by scanning a compatible Princess Peach amiibo. Said costume replaces the usual Super Mario Bros. Although once again the damsel in distress of the game's story mode, Peach returns as an unlockable playable character in Super Mario Run along with Mario , Luigi , Toad , Toadette , the colored Yoshis and Daisy.

She is added to the overall roster after the player defeats Bowser in Bowser's Bob-ombing Run at least once. While playing the game as Peach, her special ability consists of slowly descending in midair. Peach appears again in Super Mario Odyssey , once again taking her signature role as the damsel in distress. In the game, Bowser makes an attempt to marry Peach, and large billboards and posters advertising the marriage can be seen throughout the different kingdoms in the game.

Peach is also seen to be wearing a tiara, instead of her usual crown. The tiara is revealed to be Cappy 's sister, Tiara. Upon Mario defeating Bowser, the latter has the airship fire the onboard cannons to attack the Odyssey and cause Mario, Cappy and the Odyssey to fall to the Lost Kingdom.

Peach cries for help from Mario, but as Mario is unable to help her, Bowser leaves the Cloud Kingdom with her. When Mario reaches the top Pagoda palace in Bowser's Kingdom , he attempts to rescue Peach and Tiara but he is knocked out by Bowser's hat with boxing gloves and takes off with both captives to leave the Kingdom and head to Moon Kingdom.

Mario ultimately manages to catch up to Bowser and Peach and halt the wedding at Moon Kingdom , also defeating Bowser. However, before she and Mario can escape, the Moon Kingdom chapel starts to collapse.

In order to save himself and Peach, Mario is forced to capture Bowser in order to get all of them to safety. Afterward, Peach and Mario met together once and for all, but Bowser, even after losing his power, attempts to vy her hand in marriage, pushing Mario away. To prevent that, Mario tries the same thing.

In result, Peach gets swarmed by scampish grooms, but she ultimately chooses neither, annoyed by their behavior, though she eventually decides to leave on the Odyssey and beckons them to come along.

In the post-game, Peach disappears from her castle, having packed things up, deciding she wanted to explore the various kingdoms on her own terms with Tiara.

She can be encountered at various kingdoms, where she'll provide Mario with the relevant Power Moon when talked with. After giving Mario the Power Moon, she then makes a brief comment that hints at her next destination.

When encountered, she waves enthusiastically at Mario, strongly implying that she has forgiven him for his aforementioned actions in the ending.

She wears a gray pea coat and black beret in the Cap Kingdom , Snow Kingdom and Moon Kingdom , the explorer outfit in the Cascade Kingdom , Wooded Kingdom , and Lost Kingdom , a white short-sleeve blouse, pink knee-length skirt, pink scarf, white summer hat with pink trim, and gray high heels in the Sand Kingdom , Cloud Kingdom , Metro Kingdom and Ruined Kingdom , a bikini with a skirt in the Lake Kingdom and Seaside Kingdom , a pink collar shirt, overalls, pink boots and farmer's hat in the Luncheon Kingdom , and a kimono with a Fire Flower pattern on it along with a Boo mask in Bowser's Kingdom.

Although she wears her traditional dress when encountering Mario at the Mushroom Kingdom, if the player goes in and out of her castle, Peach will be wearing a different outfit each time she is encountered. Peach appears in Super Mario Bros.: Peach-hime Kyushutsu Dai Sakusen! The story begins with Mario playing a video-game.

After the power for the TV cuts out, Peach jumps from the screen with enemies chasing her. She explains that she is a princess from the Mushroom Kingdom and asks for his help.

Mario instantly becomes lovestruck, but King Koopa appears and kidnaps Peach. Mario and his brother Luigi then set out to save her. A wise sage later reveals that King Koopa is madly in love with Peach and wants to force her to marry him. This only hastens Mario and Luigi's journey. After many adventures in the strange Mushroom Kingdom, they finally arrive at Peach's castle then transformed into a stronghold for King Koopa , and defeat him.

Mario is jealous over this, but he and the princess remain friends. Because of her great beauty, King Koopa kidnaps her, and Momotaro Mario goes to rescue her. Finally, Peach plays the role of Snow White in the third story, Shirayuki-hime. She has red hair rather than her usual blond, as her appearance was derived directly from the NES sprite for Super Mario Bros.

Toadstool is usually kidnapped alongside Toad, so Mario and Luigi save her often. Toadstool also gets herself out of trouble much of the time. She is very charitable, helping orphanages and opening a school. Although she was largely referred to as Princess Toadstool throughout the DiC cartoons, her original name was alluded to once in the first show, where she said "Princess P.

She sends a postcard to the Mario Bros. When she is rescued, she joins Mario, Luigi, Yoshi, and Red Yoshi for a picnic and some cake , in one of its earliest Mario appearances. Mario installments for the series, Peach wears a pink nurse outfit. In localizations of the original instruction booklet, she is mentioned and given the name Nurse Toadstool , although this was revised as Nurse Peach in one of the "Tips" of Super Smash Bros. Nurse Toadstool would presumably be Dr. Mario's close personal assistant, but she does not have a major role in any version of the game and she is barely seen outside promotional artwork.

Toadstool appears in the Nintendo Comics System comics as a semi-recurring main character with a semi-regular feature called Dear Princess Toadstool. Several characters, including Luigi and King Bowser Koopa, send letters in for her to answer. Toadstool often appears in the main comic, usually as the damsel, but sometimes as a heroine.

Notable adventures of hers include A Mouser in the Houser , in which a group of Mousers crown her their queen; Bowser Knows Best , when the Koopalings kidnap Toadstool as a present for their father; Magic Carpet Madness , in which she is hypnotized into a bad girl; and The Legend , a recap of Super Mario Bros. Notably, the comics feature one of the few direct appearances of her father, the Mushroom King. He is depicted as out of touch, but ultimately benevolent. It is shown that others such as his daughter and the royal mushroom assistant, Wooster , strongly aid him in his decision-making.

He would also reappear in the Nintendo Adventure Books. Peach regularly appears in the German Club Nintendo magazine comics. After several minor appearances, she plays her first leading role in the story " Super Mario: Verloren in der Zeit ". With the help of a manipulated Alarm Clock , Dr. Wily manages to take over Mario's hometown and win Peach over, turning her into an evil black-dressed witch. However, this is only one of Mario's dreams. In this story, she lives together with Mario and several other Nintendo characters in a Brooklyn skyscraper.

Wario signs a contract with Abigor , a demon, allowing Abigor to take over the skyscraper in exchange for him manipulating Peach's brain so she falls in love with Wario. The spell ends up turning her into a zombie. When Mario and his friends Link and Kirby try to rescue her, the only thing they find is a magical golden die, which takes them to the underworld.

They meet Abigor and his allies there. After defeating them, they find the Princess, who is still a zombie. Mario gives her a hug, and she returns to normal. Peach also appears in the Japanese-exclusive Super Mario-Kun manga series. She is a less frequently occurring character as Mario, Luigi, or Yoshi, but she serves her role as damsel-in-distress.

As a result, the relationship she shares with Mario is less pronounced compared to the relationship in the games, although the relationship is still there.

Also in the manga, it is seen that she shares a good friendship with other characters, such as Rosalina. In volume 38, for example Rosalina talks with her as if they are old friends. A young version of Peach appears as the lead in the manga strip Otenba Peach-hime. She also sometimes appears on the menu when on the green when a Cup-Out is declared. She has one of the lightest hits, best control, great spin, and hits the ball straight despite lacking distance.

In single-player modes, she is one of the four default characters. She appears in Peach's Castle when the player gets first place in every tournament, Peach sends a letter, inviting players to participate in her tournament.

When the player gets at least third place in the tournament, Peach appears in the awards ceremony to hand out the trophy. Peach is a playable participant in Mario Golf: Her shot path is straight, but her max yards is a below-average Her shot height is medium.

Her impact and control is fairly good, but her spin is low. She holds a tournament in her course named Peach's Castle Grounds. This installment marks the debut of Peach starting to wear her modern and current traditional sports attire for the Mario series overall; more details about the outfit she wears in this game can be found here. Peach yet again appears as a playable character in Mario Golf: In the primary mode of this installment, she invites Neil and Ella to participate in her Open once they have proven themselves in their world.

When Neil or Ella gets first place in every Tourney in singles or doubles, she sends them a letter inviting them to her tourney. When Neil or Ella gets at least third place in the tourney, Peach oversees the ceremony as Toadsworth hands out the trophy.

Princess Peach appears in Mario Golf: World Tour as a default playable character. She once again plays with an easy-control, low power style. In the game there are Peach-related clubs and gear for the player's Mii to use. Although Peach wears her golfing outfit during gameplay itself, she also wears her main dress during the Castle Club mode as well as magically changing into it during post hole celebrations when the player scores a Birdie or better as her.

Additionally, Peach has a course which is designed after her, located in Peach Gardens. Peach has always been a playable participant in the Mario Kart series. Peach's personal kart in Mario Kart Double Dash!! In Mission Mode, she has to race against King Boo. She is advanced at drifting corners and has average item use. Peach is classified Medium in Mario Kart: In Mario Kart 7 , Peach is classified as a light racer.

Pink Gold Peach , a character who appears to be to Peach what Metal Mario is to Mario, is also introduced as an unlockable playable character in this game. A billboard featuring her also appears in Moonview Highway , and her emblem is seen in Dry Dry Ruins. Princess Peach also appears on some of the posters for the sponsor Galaxy Air. In Mario Kart 8 , one of Peach's tricks involves blowing a kiss that varies depending on which vehicle that she is riding; if the player is using a sport bike , she blows the kiss with her right hand [7] , and when using a standard bike , she uses her left hand [8].

In this story, Bowser proposes marriage to her, but she refuses. Despite being held captive by the Koopalings, she does not give in easily. In the fourth installment she beats up all the male Koopalings and locks them in her own cell, then messes up Wendy O.

Koopa 's room and threatens to shred her favorite dress. She then drops out of their tower, using a Cape to fly away. On the way, though, she is knocked off-course by a Bullet Bill carrying Mario and lands unconscious. Luigi, Yoshi, and Toad find her. Luigi then sets off to rescue Mario as the others keep an eye on Peach. When she awakens from a nightmare, she learns from Toad that the Koopalings are holding Mario for ransom and becomes determined to break him out, despite Toad's warning that she might spoil Luigi's plan infiltrating the tower disguised as her.

With some assistance from Yoshi and Friendly Floyd , the Princess busts back into the tower, saying she'll light a pack of Floyd's bombs unless Mario is set free.

After a lot of chaos the group escapes Wendy's Tower. Bowser recaptures the Princess later in the story to force her hand in marriage, also threatening to curse the Mushroom Kingdom's denizens if she refuses. However, as as his planned wedding draws near, she still refuses to marry him and attacks all the Koopa Troopas attending to her in her dressing room.

When trying to sweet-talk her doesn't work, Bowser realizes that he needs a hypnotist, so he has a Magikoopa brainwash her into agreeing to marry the Koopa King.

As a result of this, she is unable to fight back until a herd of Yoshis destroy the magic wand, thus breaking the spell. Peach also appeared in Mario's Early Years! Fun with Letters where she, along with Mario and Yoshi, traveled in a wooden boat learning about grammar and letters. She also appeared in Mario's Early Years! Fun with Numbers and Mario's Early Years!

Bowser catches King Fret and Prince Pine and holds them captive. It is also the very first game to call her Princess Peach in the Western games, as opposed to Princess Toadstool. She, Mario, and Yoshi need Wanda 's help after Wario drops buckets on their heads.

Peach is the slowest but easiest character to direct. Peach appears in the Japan-only game Excitebike: She also proceeds to kiss Mario if he wins first prize with Wario being "bumped".

Toadstool is the damsel-in-distress in Hotel Mario , where she is kidnapped by Bowser and the Koopalings. Mario and Luigi set out to rescue her by destroying the hotels she is trapped in.

Once the player beats Bowser, the Princess kisses Mario and Luigi on the cheek. The Princess, Mario and Luigi then proceed to call the player "the best player ever". Peach is also playable in several educational computer games. She is one of the playable characters in Mario Teaches Typing , where she gives the typing lessons, then she appears in Mario Teaches Typing 2 , with the same role.

In these two games, her dress is colored purple instead of pink compared to her other appearances. At the beginning of the game, Bowser kidnaps her with his Koopa Clown Car, while she is sitting outside of Mario's Pad. Mario come to save her, and defeats Bowser after a battle.

Exor crashes into Bowser's Keep , and send the three flying in different directions. Toadstool lands in the tower of Booster. He reaches Marrymore , where he wants to marry Toadstool as soon as possible.

Mario manages to stop the wedding, and take Toadstool back to the Mushroom Kingdom. She is put under the eyes of the Chancellor, who, desperate for the princess's safety, would not have wanted her to follow Mario on his quest against Smithy.

However, Toadstool escapes from the castle with the help of her " Grandma ", who dress herself up as the princess, and joins Mario's party to help them defeat Smithy.

At the end of the game, Toadstool and Mario return to Mushroom Kingdom together. Peach is also playable in all games of the Mario Party series. For the first installment , Peach competes with the others to determine which of them is the superstar. The second installment has Peach helping out to save Mario Land from Bowser's takeover. The opening also has her suggesting they name the new theme park "Peach Land", with the rest of the cast humorously collapsing in response to this suggestion before resuming their argument.

On the Mario Party 3 duel boards, she starts with Toad as her partner. In Mario Party 4 , Peach is one of the participants exploring the Party Cube which like previous installments included boards and corresponding minigames. Peach joins her friends in Mario Party 5 to save the Dream Depot. Peach appears in Mario Party 8 participating in the Star Carnival alongside her friends.

Mario Party 9 , has Peach helping the rest of her friends take back the Mini Stars that were stolen by Bowser and his troops. Peach's second appearance was in Mario Party DS , in which she and her friends answer a fake invitation from Bowser and then are unfortunately shrunken to the size of chess pieces.

Depending on who she is teamed up with will determine their team name. Star Rush , and Mario Party: Mario Party 3 was the final Mario series installment overall for Peach to wear her classic main dress. Peach is confirmed to reappear in Super Mario Party as a playable character. Peach appeared as Mario's partner in the Modern version of Octopus , where she waited in a boat for Mario to retrieve treasure in a sunken ship while avoiding the titular creature.

If the player succeeds in getting back to the boat with treasure, she is overjoyed to see Mario. Donkey Kong had kidnapped her, and Mario had to rescue her. Peach was also the main character of the modern version of Chef , where she had to flip sausages, bacon, and eggs, without letting them fall.

Aside from the game above, Peach also hosted with Mario the Gift Mode of the Gallery section, where she alongside Mario explains how to unlock more items as well as what is unlocked if one meets the requirements. Aside from this, she also reprises her role in the Modern versions of Chef, Donkey Kong, and Octopus minigames. All other games in the series that have 2-player use segregated alternating turns.

Smash TV Thwaite expands on the play style introduced in Missile Command by giving each of two players his own cursor and missile silo. Both players share the same score, since scoring is based on the number of houses still intact and ammo remaining rather than shooting down enemy objects. Splinter Cell Since the third game onwards.

Renegade and Unreal have had their original campaigns superbly modded for coop MP by fans. Midway Games ' Xenophobe handled three players on a split screen. Most ports supported two players only. The arcade version allows up to three players; each one controls a version of Michael in a differently colored suits white, red and black. The upcoming farming simulator Stardew Valley is designed to allow for co-op play with up to four players. It also has exploration and combat modes in the vein of Minecraft or Terraria.

A Way Out requires two players to even play the game, and both must accomplish tasks to aid each other. Tag-along One character is the designated "leader," and has more influence over the game itself, particularly the focus of the camera. The other characters are optional and often expendable and may be controlled by the computer.

The guest player starts with none of the items they have in their 1-player game, and when they leave they drop everything they're carrying. All the guest player keeps from co-op is any money and PP earned. Halo 3 and Halo 5: A second player can control Popka, who can provide a massive bonus jump with a cooldown and, well, not much else.

In Madden NFL one player is responsible for calling plays. There is another variation with three players to a side, in which one player controls the quarterback and calls the plays, one player controls a running back, and the third controls a wide receiver. San Andreas , if only on the PS2 and Xbox version. Driver San Fransisco , Wii edition only. P1 drives, P2 shoots. Street Fighter X Tekken. You can manually switch characters, Launchers automatically switch the current character out, and there are two super move types that incorporate co-op gameplay- Cross Arts, where both players use a powerful move to deal huge amounts of damage, and Cross Assaults, where both players can fight together simultaneously.

In single-player mode, the player controls both characters and their switching, while the AI fights with them during a Cross Assault. Under this circumstance the camera still only follows the 1st player, and it's Game Over if they lose while the second character can be knocked out without consequence. The co-op mode in Ace Combat: Assault Horizon basically takes the single-player levels starring Col.

Bishop the main Player Character and lets three players play as him and two unnamed members of his squadron, who are little more than Attack Drones in single-player. The host of the game always plays as Bishop and basically directs the gameplay. Weirdly, one of Bishop's three wingmen, Guts, remains computer-controlled even in co-op.

Artemis Spaceship Bridge Simulator. It can be debated whether Helm moves the ship or Captain no actual ship controls, but coordinates the other players is the "main" player, but e.

Engineering's only effect is to make other stations' tools stronger or weaker preferably boosting the ones that are currently or about to be needed , and Comms can seem like The Load. Assistant Secondary characters help with some other indirect force as a part of the user interface. In combat flight games, this is known as "pilot and gunner". All the second player can do as Floyd is shoot enemies with what is basically an infinite-ammo pistol, except for specific areas where Floyd has to go it alone, where either player can control him.

Star Successor allows a second person to control another gun. The second player doesn't have any charge shots or melee attacks, and doesn't take damage. This does, however, mean that the death of Player 1 is a Game Over for both players. The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker lets a second player connect a Game Boy Advance to the game in order to help the main player by dropping bombs on his field and letting him buy some items, as long as Link collects a certain object early on in the game.

Super Mario Galaxy allows a second player to collect and fire enemy-stunning Star Bits alongside the main player, as well as freeze most enemies in place and give Mario extra jumping power if the two players are well-coordinated. This turns the game into a Rail Shooter for Player 2, with the "rails" being Mario's movement as dictated by Player 1. Super Mario Galaxy 2 expands on this by adding an orange Luma that can further assist Mario by grabbing items and defeating some enemies alone, on top of the actions available in the first game.

Super Mario Odyssey lets player 2 take control of Cappy, the ally who's possessed Mario's hat. While Mario can still throw Cappy in the same way as in single-player, Cappy can also fly freely in a large radius around Mario, adding versatility and greatly simplifying many actions. This page lists only predictions regarding the 21st century, as opposed to contemporary accounts of the actual 21st century, which would be too numerous to list.

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