Random: A Rogue Space Particle Could Be Responsible For This Unsolved Super Mario 64 Speedrun Glitch

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Back in 2013, speedrunner DOTA_Teabag was dashing through Super Mario 64’s Tick Tock Clock stage when the titular plumber suddenly shot upwards through the floor and ended up on a higher platform.

This totally unexpected and previously unseen glitch quickly became the trick other speedrunners wanted to emulate, but despite a $1,000 bounty being offered to anyone who could replicate it, it was never seen again. However, fast-forward to the present day, and pannenkoek12 – the same person who offered the aforementioned cash bounty – has come up with a pretty convincing theory on why it happened, even if it is somewhat “far-out”. As far-out as space, in fact.

Here’s the glitch happening. As you can probably tell from DOTA_Teabag’s reaction, it was pretty wild:

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