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Super Mario 64: How To Catch The Rabbit

Frustrated about not being able to catch the bunny in this game? Read this guide to know how to catch the rabbit in Super Mario 64 easily.

How to catch the Rabbit in Super Mario 64 – if you have this question on your mind and are looking for answers, you’ve come to the right place! The bunny, Mips, is quite hard to catch in this game, even to the point of being annoying, but it is important to grab him. Why? Because you will get two all-important stars from him. Here’s how to do it.

How to Catch the Bunny in Super Mario 64

The trick to catching the rabbit in Super Mario 64 is to corner it to a dead end. You will find one such location next to a metal wall. Apart from this, you will see another dead end where there’s Toad standing under a torch. This is where the Rabbit stops for a split second before running (or hopping) away quickly. That is the window of opportunity you need to use.

To catch the Rabbit in these dead ends, you can dive and catch him.

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In the GIF above, the player has managed to nab him even before a dead end! But it is a 50-50 chance that this might work because Mips is really fast. You need to dive at the right time before he gets the time to escape. There’s another way to get him as well which is what we will explain next.

Basically, the second option is to approach the bunny slowly. You can do this by pressing the control stick forward but with a light touch near a dead end. When Mips discovers the dead end and turns around, you have the right opportunity to catch him with a punch attack just as he is hopping towards you.

It’s tough but not impossible to catch this bunny so go ahead and use these tactics to your advantage. If you do it right, you will get a Power Star in your first encounter with him. There’s another instance later where you can earn one more Power Star from Mips and you need to use this trick there as well.

That’s everything you need to know. Don’t miss our other Super Mario 64 guides on Gamer Tweak that will help you enjoy this adventure smoothly.

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