Difference between revisions of "Single Jump"

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* By pressing the A button while in [[idle]], [[panting]], [[running]], (please add the long list of other actions from which this can be done)
 
* By pressing the A button while in [[idle]], [[panting]], [[running]], (please add the long list of other actions from which this can be done)
 
* While in [[quicksand]], if Mario attempts to enter the [[Double Jump|double jump]] or [[twirling]] actions he will single jump instead. Doing this with twirling is very complicated and requires use of the [[Air Throw Landing|air throw landing]] action<ref>https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wzUEzHk-ioQ</ref>.
 
* While in [[quicksand]], if Mario attempts to enter the [[Double Jump|double jump]] or [[twirling]] actions he will single jump instead. Doing this with twirling is very complicated and requires use of the [[Air Throw Landing|air throw landing]] action<ref>https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wzUEzHk-ioQ</ref>.
A single jump can go up to 242 units high depending on how long the A button is held.
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A single jump can go up to 242 units high depending on how long the A button is held. The height of a single jump is also dependemt on speed.

Revision as of 23:24, 26 December 2018

A single jump is an action that can be entered in one of two ways:

  • By pressing the A button while in idle, panting, running, (please add the long list of other actions from which this can be done)
  • While in quicksand, if Mario attempts to enter the double jump or twirling actions he will single jump instead. Doing this with twirling is very complicated and requires use of the air throw landing action[1].

A single jump can go up to 242 units high depending on how long the A button is held. The height of a single jump is also dependemt on speed.