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(→‎Execution: you have to specify if it's 90° left or right from uphill. i dunno what happens. Can someone check code or get some1 who knows or smth?)
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The C^ hyperspeed trick is a glitch that allows Mario to build up unbounded speed by sliding down a slippery slope while trying to enter first person mode.
 
The C^ hyperspeed trick is a glitch that allows Mario to build up unbounded speed by sliding down a slippery slope while trying to enter first person mode.
 
==Execution==
 
==Execution==
To do the trick, you have to try to enter first person mode by pressing C^. Usually Mario's speed decreases and he comes to a stop, but if he is on a slippery slope he will accelerate. If he is facing uphill, he will get negative speed, and if he is facing downhill, he will get positive speed. If he is facing exactly 90° to the slope,
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To do the trick, you have to try to enter first person mode by pressing C^. Usually Mario's speed decreases and he comes to a stop, but if he is on a slippery slope he will accelerate. If he is facing uphill, he will get negative speed, and if he is facing downhill, he will get positive speed. If he is facing exactly 90° to the slope, he will still gain negative speed.

Revision as of 23:33, 25 March 2019

The C^ hyperspeed trick is a glitch that allows Mario to build up unbounded speed by sliding down a slippery slope while trying to enter first person mode.

Execution

To do the trick, you have to try to enter first person mode by pressing C^. Usually Mario's speed decreases and he comes to a stop, but if he is on a slippery slope he will accelerate. If he is facing uphill, he will get negative speed, and if he is facing downhill, he will get positive speed. If he is facing exactly 90° to the slope, he will still gain negative speed.