|The Legendary Starfy
|| The Legendary Starfy
|| Tose, Nintendo
|| Nintendo DS
|| July 10, 2008 (Japan)|
June 8, 2009 (North America)
October 10, 2009 (Australasia)
The Legendary Starfy (Japanese: 伝説のスタフィー たいけつ！ダイール海賊団, Densetsu no Stafy Taiektsu! Daīru Kaizokudan) is the latest game in the Legendary Starfy series of Marine Action/platformer games, and the first game in the series that was released outside of Japan (however it was never released in Europe).
Early Note 42
It is possible to obtain Note 42 from Stage 6-4 without the upgraded Roostar power-up (Super Bugawk) by exploiting a Lurchin.
Fast Sand Tracer music
Quitting in the middle of the Sand Tracer music when 30 seconds are less are remaining will not cause the fast music to stop playing. This tune will then temporarily play alongside the minigames tune until an action is taken such as returning to Moe's Case or the File Selection screen, or turning off the game.
Moe's Sniffer glitch
Moe's Sniffer is supposed to activate when an item is nearby, including Transforming Stones but doesn't for the Roostar Transforming Stone.
Musical pause glitch
A glitch that occurs in Stage 4-3 where after the music changes from "Something Happens" to the normal Sogwood Forest theme, pausing and unpausing will revert the music back to Something Happens.
Skydye Heights quiz glitch
A glitch that occurs only in the Japanese version of the game in Stage 6-3.
Solving the Moe's siblings quiz will change the music to Sogwood Forest until leaving the room. This does not occur in the North American version, as the music correctly changes back to Skydye Heights.
Snowmen building animation glitch
A glitch in Stage 3-4 prior to completing the level, where it is possible to glitch out the building animation for snowmen to show a black snowman by running up to a slope and back down without triggering a conversation with Puplion.