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It took almost 28 years, but Super Mario 64 players have finally opened an ‘unopenable’ door – using a penguin and a sick backflip

It’s been almost 28 years, but Super Mario 64 players have finally figured out the impossible. A door which was previously thought to be unopenable has been opened, all thanks to an angry penguin and some fancy footwork.

A lone cabin door at the bottom of Cool, Cool Mountain has sat taunting us for decades, with a pesky wall hitbox stopping us from inching our way close enough to break through it. Those who’ve played the classic 3D platformer will know this as the cabin you emerge from after diving into a chimney at the top of the mountain, and cruising down a slide before receiving the Slip Slidin’ Away Star. The door is fully functional, and Mario has always been able to use it from the inside to load the outside area and unlock the Star, but no one has ever been able to figure out how to get back in through it without using hacks.

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