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Hyperspeed is a term that refers to an abnormally large amount of speed, usually for [[Mario]]. This speed is often obtained via [[glitches]] or physics exploits. Hyperspeed is often helpful in speedruns and [[challenge]]s because it allows quicker movement, as well as the ability to clip through walls..
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'''Hyperspeed''' is an abnormally large amount of speed. Though hyperspeed usually refers to [[Mario]]'s speed, it can also be applied to other objects. Hyperspeed is often obtained via [[glitches]] or physics exploits. Hyperspeed is often helpful in speedruns and [[challenge]]s because it allows quicker movement and the ability to clip through walls.
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==Methods==
 
==Methods==
 
Methods to gain hyperspeed include:
 
Methods to gain hyperspeed include:
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* [[Boo Hyperspeed]]
 
* [[Boo Hyperspeed]]
 
* [[Bully Battery]]
 
* [[Bully Battery]]
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* [[Hyperspeed Crawling]]
 
Some techniques cause Mario's position to change quickly, without technically changing his speed:
 
Some techniques cause Mario's position to change quickly, without technically changing his speed:
 
* [[Shell Mario]]
 
* [[Shell Mario]]
 
* [[Bloated Bob-omb]]
 
* [[Bloated Bob-omb]]
  
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[[Category:Glitches]]
 
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[[Category:Hyperspeed]]

Latest revision as of 08:32, 11 March 2020

Hyperspeed is an abnormally large amount of speed. Though hyperspeed usually refers to Mario's speed, it can also be applied to other objects. Hyperspeed is often obtained via glitches or physics exploits. Hyperspeed is often helpful in speedruns and challenges because it allows quicker movement and the ability to clip through walls.

Methods

Methods to gain hyperspeed include:

Some techniques cause Mario's position to change quickly, without technically changing his speed: