It Seems The Debug Cubes In The 3D All-Stars Version Of Mario Sunshine Are No Longer Visible

It Seems The Debug Cubes In The 3D All-Stars Version Of Mario Sunshine Are No Longer Visible
Thank the latest update
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  • by Liam Doolan
Before Version 1.1.0
Before Version 1.1.0 (Image: Nintendo Life)

Back in September, you might recall how we ran a story about the discovery of visible debug cubes in the Super Mario 3D All-Stars version of Super Mario Sunshine.

Well, as of the latest update (version 1.1.0), this small oversight in the second secret area of Bianco Hills has been fixed up.

We had a look ourselves and can confirm the cubes are no longer visible in this section of the game:

After Version 1.1.0
After Version 1.1.0 (Image: Nintendo Life)

When these debug cubes were originally discovered, The Cutting Room floor shared the following information:

Presumably due to imperfect graphics emulation, these cubes were visible in the Super Mario 3D All-Stars release of the game.”

Are you glad to hear these debug cubes have now been made invisible again? Or did they make it easier for you to navigate this secret stage? Leave a comment down below.

[source nintendoeverything.com]

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