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A fan made a bunch of brand new levels you can play in 'Super Mario 64'

You've collected all 120 stars in "Super Mario 64." You know every inch of Bob-omb Battlefield like it's the back of your hand. You can basically get all those red coins with your eyes closed and you're looking for a new challenge. Thanks to a developer named Kaze Emanuar, there are now tons of crazy new "Super Mario 64" levels to explore. The fan game "SM64: Last Impact" is out for free, and it looks wild: According to Kotaku, "SM64: Last Impact" one-ups the original game by including 130 all-new stars to collect throughout new levels with new enemies and bosses.
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