Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga Cheats For Game Boy Advance

  1. Unmovable Mario

    Turn Luigi into a surfboard and surf to the coast on the east side of Beanbean Castle Town.
    Surf in and land on the shore.
    While Mario is dismounting the surfboard, hit a Bob-omb to start a battle.
    When the battle is over, Mario will be frozen in the air, but the pause screen will still be accessible.

    Contributed by: myrakal17 

  2. Music from one place to another

    Before entering a pipe, enter it with Mini-Mario. During the Pipe-Selection Screen, the music in the previous area you were just in will stay the same. When you warp to your destination, the music in the pipe will now be the BGM until you leave the area/go into pipe while not Mini-Mario, etc.

    Contributed by: Deathborn 668 

  3. Permanent Pepper Effect!

    Red and Green Peppers normally will temporarily boost your Power or Defense, respective. (The boost is x1.5 on the international version and x1.25 in Japan's, though this glitch is not in the Japanese version.) If someone under a Pepper's effects is KOed and then revived by a 1-Up item in the same battle the effect will remain for the remainder of the fight.

    Contributed by: Monkpunk 

  4. See Princess Peach's Castle

    Go to the summet on HooHoo Mountain, walk to the top right of the summet until you get to the edge. There should be a slant in the summet shape (like an octogon) and two stone sharp-like rocks, walk up to the top one and look underneath the B button icon, you should see Princess Peach's Castle from Super Mario 64.

    Contributed by: dedge 

  5. Game references in the Yoshi theater!

    In the lobby of the Yoshi theater, there are four posters on the wall referring to Nintendo video games:

    1. Kirby Story--referring to the Kirby series
    2. Wario poster--referring to the Japanese box art design for "WarioWare, Inc.: Mega Microgames"
    3. M&L--referring, of course, to this game (more specifically to the game's originally intended title, "Mario & Luigi")
    4. Legend of Stafy--referring to a Japan-only game series of the same name

    Contributed by: Nintendo fan 302 

  6. Discount on Taking Pictures!

    In the Beanbean Castle area, there is a photographer that will take pictures for your passports for 100 coins. He will ask you to pay 100 coins. Say "No", and he will offer to take them for 50 coins.

    Contributed by: phisho873 

  7. Infinate Hoo, Woo, and Chuckle beans and status.

    There is an Island Surfing game somewhere near Oho Oasis. After getting 1st prize (Casual Coral), you can fulfill the same criteria and get 2 Hoo, Woo, and Chuckle beans each time! By doing this, you can gain infinite beans and, possibly, infinite stats from blending these infinite beans.

    Contributed by: baconlabs 

  8. Extra damage on Fire Bros

    During the normal version of the attack "Fire Bros.", try abd count how many fireballs Mario conjures up. Smack the fire back, but be sure to MISS the action command on the last one. You'll do more damage in the last part than normal. You'll want to be pretty precise here, because going too early or late will hinder the total damage done.

    Contributed by: baconlabs 

  9. Guess the real Cackletta

    When Cackletta divides into 3, use any item, but don't attack. When the Cacklettas attack, you will see one use the left arm only, and right arm, and both arms. Attack the one that uses both arms.

    Contributed by: LuigiMario17 

  10. Thunder Bros. Enemy Defense Glitch

    Luigi's Bros. Attack "Thunder Bros." normally lowers the foe's DEF stat if executed correctly. However, the amount lowered is strangely correlated to the button presses you do correctly during the attack. Most notably: miss all but the first B Button press and your opponent's DEF goes to zero!

    Contributed by: Eevee-Trainer 

  11. Shroom Force Abuse

    The Mush Badges available from the Little Fungitown equipment shop have the ability Shroom Force. This applies a flat damage bonus to each of your attacks depending on how many of each regular, Super, Ultra, and Max Mushroom you have. (This is very roughly 0.2 per each in the international release and roughly 0.15 per each in the Japanese version. A maxed stock of each in the international release applies a 93 damage boost, and 48 in the Japanese version.)

    This boost applies to every single attack. Most notably, this includes Mario's Chopper Bros. Attack. Typically after about a dozen hits when performed successfully, you only do 1 HP of damaged per hit. However, Shroom Force applies the flat bonus to even those hits; this means you could easily hit a dozen or more times each for almost 50 or 100 HP of damage! This trivializes almost all battles in the game; stomping on enemies to start battles almost always results in killing them all if you have enough Mushrooms and almost all bosses can be beaten with 1-2 uses of Chopper Bros.

    Contributed by: Eevee-Trainer 

  12. Monty Mole-Hunting Rewards

    Throughout the game's world, there are a number of yellow Monty Moles in hidden areas. Find them, and perhaps solving the puzzles they may give, will yield a variety of useful items. Below are those items in addition to where, generally, you can find them.

    Unlockable Unlockable
    Find one of the Monty Moles in north Beanbean 1-Up Mushroom
    Find the Monty Mole in Oho Oasis 1-Up Super
    Find the Monty Mole in Bowser's Castle Golden Mushrom
    Find the Monty Mole in Hoohoo Village Golden Mushroom
    Find one of the Monty Moles in north Beanbean High-End Badge
    Find one of the Monty Moles in northeast Beanbean Iron Pants
    Find the Monty Mole on the Hoohoo Mountain descent Max Nut
    Find one of the Monty Moles in northeast Beanbean Red & Green Peppers
    Find the Monty Mole in Joke's End Red & Green Peppers
    Find one of the Monty Moles in north Beanbean Wool Trousers

    Contributed by: KeyBlade999 

  13. Starbeans Cafe Rewards

    After the Beanbean Castle town is repaired, you can enter the northern building on the west side of town. There, you can take the various beans dug up from "X" marks on the ground (among other means) to make a number of drinks that increase your stats. In addition to this, every time you make a brand-new drink, you'll get a particular award!

    Item Item
    Make two kinds of drinks Bonus Ring
    Make six kinds of drinks Cobalt Necktie
    Make three kinds of drinks Excite Spring
    Make all seven kinds of drinks GameBoy Horror SP
    Make four kinds of drinks Great Force
    Make one kind of drink Greed Wallet
    Make five kinds of drinks Power Grip

    Contributed by: KeyBlade999 

Walkthroughs & FAQs

Type Name File Size
Foreign Language FAQs FAQ/Walkthrough by juanca45002 175K
General FAQs FAQ/Walkthrough by DBM11085 232K
General FAQs FAQ/Walkthrough by Adori 337K
General FAQs FAQ/Walkthrough by Super Slash 376K
General FAQs FAQ/Walkthrough by Devhatesyou 302K
General FAQs FAQ/Walkthrough by KeyBlade999 396K
General FAQs FAQ/Walkthrough by djangovampirehunter 59K
General FAQs FAQ/Walkthrough by THayes 232K
General FAQs FAQ/Walkthrough by me frog 354K
General FAQs FAQ/Walkthrough by strawhat 294K
General FAQs FAQ/Walkthrough by DomZ Ninja 358K
In-Depth FAQs Attack Guide by mattd89 35K
In-Depth FAQs Boss FAQ by Joon 56K
In-Depth FAQs Enemy/Boss Guide by x MJ x 62K
In-Depth FAQs Game Script by Super Slash 196K
In-Depth FAQs Items FAQ by Joon 30K
In-Depth FAQs Mario Series Character Guide by spacepope4u 846K
In-Depth FAQs Mario Series Ending FAQ by Jelly Soup 345K
In-Depth FAQs Mini-Game FAQ by ScrawlKnight 14K
In-Depth FAQs Monty Mole Guide by Super Slash 14K
Maps and Charts Barrel House Maze Map by Adori 71K
Maps and Charts Gwarhar Lagoon Map by Joon 15K
Maps and Charts Joke's End Map by Joon 27K

Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga + Bowser's Minions Cheats For 3DS

  1. Infinite Source of Coins

    (Requires Hammer duo action [Mini])

    Shrink Mario with a hammer, then switch to High Jump. Activate the High Jump, and have Mini-Mario jump while Luigi's above him. (The timing's a bit strict.) This will deal damage to Luigi, and give you some coins. However, if Luigi goes to low health, he'll stop giving out coins.

    This is easily infinite, as you can just use the free health block in Beanbean Castle Town (or other areas) to heal up fully once Luigi stops giving coins. Could be useful if you just want to stock up on a bunch of items.

    Contributed by: Luigifan2500