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Luigi's cap and overall will be blackened, while his knobs and footwear will turn a total of reds, but his vest will remain the same (Luigi will change the same, except with darkgreen instead of blacks and with greens instead of reds). Turning in this way allows Mario to jump and flying.
It' s similar to the Wing Cap capability in Super Mario 64, except that the gamer has a lot more power and Mario can keep flying all the way instead of having to get going. The shape also allows Mario to tighten near denominations by rotating them. Flying Mario returns to Mario after a while.
There are many ways to control this document. During the flight, Mario can keep the knob pressed to float in the sky. A single push during the flight causes Mario to adjust the flight, make a salto in the sky and drop down gradually. Then Mario can push again to make a bottom quid.
The use of this power-up is minimum, as it can only be used at the comet observatory and the Gateway Galaxy. If Mario speaks to the pink lumas inside the comet observatory next to the cupolas and lets the launch star appear, Flying Mario can enter the ward to the universe without using the launch star.
Oddly enough, Flying Mario can't reach the planets with the experimental galaxies alone. He' ll meet an unseen rock face and drop back to the comet observatory. In all likelihood, this was done to stop the gamer from using Flying Mario to get to the experimental galaxies before receiving the three Green Power Stars.
At the comet observatory, the powup can be used to obtain 1-Up Fungi dispersed throughout the area. The Flying Mario, Boo Mario and Spring Mario are the only power-ups in Super Mario Galaxy that can be removed and disabled by a Launch Star. However, Flying Mario can only be disabled by the Green Launch Star, as the Comet Observatory is the only place other than the Gateway Galaxy where the Power-Up is used, although there are no Launch Stars in Gateway's Purple Coins.