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The Puzzle Plank Galaxy is a galaxy that appears in the game Super Mario Galaxy 2. It is a medium-sized galaxy, featuring its own unique soundtrack and a Hungry Luma. The boss of the secret star, Bugaboom, returns from Super Mario Galaxy.

Missions

The Puzzling Picture Block

Mario must make through a great wooden obstacle course involving a lot of groundpounds. He has to make it through blades that cut away the course and eventually fight a Mandibug with a baby.

Bugaboom's Back

Mario has to get a secret gate and then fight Bugaboom.

Purple Coin Shadow Vault

Green Star 1

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Green Star 2

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Green Star 3

Trivia

  • The battle at the end of the Puzzling Picture Block level is extremely similar to the battle at the end of the Trouble on the Tower level in the Honeyhive Galaxy from Super Mario Galaxy. These two levels are the only levels between the two games where a little Mandibug stacked on top of a big one is fought at the end of the level.
  • Oddly enough, once the Hungry Luma is fed 70 coins, it will transform into three planets rather than one: the Wood Island Planets as well as Bugaboom's Wooden Planet, however, it could be possible that they're all the same.
  • In the E3 2009 trailer for Super Mario Galaxy 2 in the scene showing the Puzzle Plank Galaxy, the Comet Medal in this galaxy is not present. A 1-Up Mushroom was on the wooden platform instead.
  • On the cover of Super Mario Galaxy 2, Dash Yoshi is seen running around the Pound Pillars Planet in this galaxy, even though neither Yoshi nor Dash Peppers ever appear in this galaxy at all. However, this may have been just for show as there are instances on other game covers depicting characters in areas they aren't found in in-game.

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