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||                   ORIGINALLY SUBMITTED: DECEMBER 09, 2005                 ||
||                       LAST UPDATED: JANUARY 19, 2007                      ||
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My third Faq\Walkthrough is on a game that I've had for a long time. I've 
beaten it many times and have the experience to write a Faq\Walkthrough on it 
even though the guide would probably not require it to write. All the answers 
and instruction are there to beat this game flawlessly, even though it would 
take someone with really low intelligence to find this game difficult. 

So please sit back, relax, and enjoy my work...

This Faq\Walkthrough will include:    
                                       >Introduction
                                       >Version History
                                       >Story
                                       >Controls
                                       >Basics
                                       >Answers
                                       >Legal/Contact/Credits 

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Do you like history? Hopefully, because Mario must. Bowser, king of the 
Koopa's, has stolen artifacts from back in time and is threatening to change 
history forever. Mario must travel back in time and return all the artifacts 
and save history from changing for the worse. 

You act Mario and some of the things you get to do are surf, fill out homework
 and travel back in time and talk to people. 

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Version: 1.00--December 09, 2005 - Original version

Version: 1.05--February 22, 2006 - Changed top of page to all capitals
                                 - Changed all headers to all capitals
                                 - Added ASC art
                                 - Added preamble
                                 - Edited and added info to 
                                   Legal/Contact/Credits

Version: 1.08--January 19, 2007 - Added 1up.com, Supercheats.com and
                                  Honestgamer.com to site list
                                - Added games to library at bottom
                                - Changed headers into boxes and centered

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Bowser: "It's time, my cunning Koopas, to use the time machine and steal the 
most valuable artifacts that history has to offer. Mario, my collection is 
almost complete...and there's not a thing you can do to stop me!"

Mario: "Bowser's musuem is inside his castle...I have to get in there and 
return all the stolen artifacts before history is changes forever... At last, 
Bowser's Castle! I'll show that no good reptile! He can't mess with history as 
long as I'm around to set things right!"

Bowser: "The greatest collection of all time is near complete, and it's all 
mine. No one can stop me!...not even Mario!"

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A - Talk to people, action button

B - Jump

Y - Hold to make Mario run faster

X - Take item off podium, speed faster when surfing and stop time

L - Bring down time machine

R - View homework

Start - Pause game

Directional pad - Control Mario

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Filling out homework - Every artifact needs to have the corresponding homework 
filled out before it can be returned. To do this select the item and the press
 the R button to see the homework. I recommend doing the homework before going
 to the place so that you don't run out of time. Highlight a blank space in 
the homework and then you'll get a list of many words or numbers. Use your head
 and maybe you can find the right word that fits in the blank. Read the 
sentences before the blanks, the answer will make some sense. If not, just do
what I did and try one until you find the one that works. But be carefull, if
you get three wrong guesses in a row, its game over.

Going back in time - Hit the L button and the time machine will come down. 
Navigate the various option, set the time and date of the place you want to go
and you're off.

Surfing - Use the X button to speed up and collect 10 mushrooms, watching out
for the urchines that deplete your supply back to 0. When you have 10 
mushroooms then you can fall down one of those warp holes in the water.

Returning the artifact - Find the person and talk to them, it's that easy

Returing home - One of the buttons brings out a giant hand that you can use 
to stop your visit and then return home.

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                                     FLOOR ONE
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=======================Cambridge, 1867 A.D.=========================

Born on _____________, 1642, Isaac Newton went on to become one of the world's 
greatest scientists. Newton was uninterested in school until he attended 
_________ University, but his studies there were interrupted by London's Great 
_____ Plague of 1665. In two short years back at his familyfarm in Woolsthorpe,
 Newton invented caculas, made major discoveries in optics,and formulated his 
famous theory of ___________ after obversing a falling apple.

Newton's "Three Laws of ______" revolutionized both physics and _________. He 
also discovered the ________ of white light and invented the first __________ 
telescope. Although London's Royal Academy of Science made him a full fledge 
member at the young age of __, Newton actually waited many years before 
publishing his discoveries in two landmark books, "The _________" and "Optiks."
 In the 20th century, Einstein's theories have prevailed at atomic sizes and 
extreme speeds, but Newtonian physics is still used to safely navigate rockets 
to the Moon, Mars, and beyond.


Apples Answers:

>Christmas Day 
>Cambridge 
>Black 
>gravitation 
>Motion 
>astronomy 
>spectrum 
>reflecting 
>30 
>Principia 

Isaac Newton is located in the back. He is standing beside a fountain.

=======================Orleans, 1429 A.D.===========================

The idea that a mere 17-year-old could inspire hardened soldiers to win battle
after battle during France and England's "Hundred Years War" is amazing. That
____ of Arc was an illiterate 15th century farm girl males it only more 
astounding. Driven to change her world by visions and voices of _ saints,
Joan led French troops against the _______ in a effort to expel them from her
country. Armed with the sword of _______________ and clad in custom-made armor,
 Joan led an army of _____ men to a decisive victory, lifting siege of the city
 of _______.

Joan's soldiers routed the enemy repeatedly and eventually took back enough 
land to allow the _______ to be crowned King ___________ of France in the
cathedral of Rheims. Before the :Maid of Orleans" could complete her task,
however, she fell into the hands of the English. Tried and convicted of 
_______, Joan -- still true to her purpose -- was martyred in 1431. Later
cleared of the charged, Joan of Arc was made saint by the Catholic Church.


Shields Answers:

>Joan 
>3 
>English 
>Saint Catherine 
>4000 
>Orleans 
>Dauphin 
>Charles VII 
>heresy 

Joan of arc is located to the right, down a trail.

======================Florence, 1505 A.D.=========================== 

One of the most versatile geniuses in history, Leonardo da _____ took his name
from the village of_Vinci_, where he was born on April 15, ____. He lived 
during a persiod of artistic and intellectual reawakened called the 
___________, which followed the 1000 year slumber known as the middle ages. A
telented child, Leonardo apprenticed as a painter in ________ and later
worked in Milan and Rome. He was employed by a series of wealthly _______,
and his interests extended far beyond painting.

Leonardo was also a sculptor, _________, engineer, musician, scientist, and
inventor -- a perfect example of a "___________ Man." His famous notebooks
used ________ handwriting for security purposes and were full of ideas that 
would not be realized for almost 500 years. His sketched included hang gliders,
helicopters, parachutes, tanks, machine guns, submarines, and diving gear.
Leonardo's ______ of "The Last Supper" and his portrait of "_________." also
known as la Gioconda," rank among the most famous pictures every painted.


Notebooks Answers: 

>Vinci 
>1452 
>Renaissance 
>Florence 
>patrons 
>architect 
>Renaissance 
>backward 
>fresco 
>Mona Lisa 

Leonardo da Vinci is located in the big white doors in the middle.

=====================Vienna, 1824 A.D.============================== 

Arguably the greatest composer who ever lived, Ludwig van Beethoven spent most
of his life in the Austrian music capital of ______. Born in ____, Ludwig
gave his first _____ concert at age eight. Soon recognized as a master
pianist, he said to have met Woldgang ______ in 1787. His talents turned
toward composing, however, when the ear problems he had suffered for years
worsened and he became totally ____. It is perhaps because of this handicap
that he became such an original ________. Able only to imagine the music he
created, Beethoven dared to ignore musical convention.

Although he lived in the ______ of his royal patron and was admired the world
over, Beethoven was said to have had a bad temper, messy habits, and a mean
tongue. This perhaps explains why he never married. he completed his first
________ in 1800, beginning a cycle which reached its peak with presentation
of his masterpiece, the Ninth Symphony, in ____. When he passed away in 1827,
he had published approximately 200 works.


Sheet musics Answers:

>Vienna 
>1770 
>piano 
>Mozart 
>deaf 
>composer 
>palace 
>symphony 
>1824 

Ludwig van Beethoven is located in the white house.

====================Philadelphia, 1776 A.D.=========================

________________ was born in Virginia in 1743. After studying law, he became
a leader in Virginia House of _________. In his famous paper, "A Summary View
Of The Rights of _______ America," he insisted that colonial ties with
England were _________. What he lacked as a public _______ was certainly
made up for by his powerful writing. For this reason, Jefferson was chosen to
write the declaration of ____________, the document that gave birth to the
United States on July 4, ____.

Heartbroken over untimely passing of his young wife, Martha, in 1782, Jefferson
never married again. In his political career he served as the Governor of
Virginia, the first Secretary of State, the Second Vice President, and the
third _________ of the United States. Retiring to the home he has designed, his
beloved __________, he later became the founder of the University of Virginia.
A scientist, ______, architect, and statesman, Jefferson's personal library
became the nucleus of the U.S. Library Of Congress.


Declaration of Independences Answers:

>Thomas Jefferson 
>Burgesses 
>British 
>voluntary 
>speaker 
>Independence 
>1776 
>President 
>Monticello 
>farmer 

Thomas Jefferson is located down the path, in the building in the back.

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=====================Menlo Park, 1879 A.D.========================== 

The prolific inventor __________________, also known as New Jersey's
"______ of Menlo Park," began his quest to perfect the light bulb in 1879,
after tiring of the flickering light and funny smells from the old, dangerous
___ lamps. Learning of a similar invention in ______, Edison tried over
___ types of material in his seemingly endless quest to find a long-burning
________. Eventually, he discovered that carbonized ______ was the perfect
material.

Although best remembered as the inventor of the incandescent __________,
Edison also brought us, among other inventions, the phonograph, the _______
battery, and motion pictures. Edison is also credited with owning more
_______ than anyone else in history, receiving more that _____ in his
lifetime. Later in life he was quoted as saying, "genius is 1% inspiration and
99% ____________."


Filaments Answers:

>Thomas Alva Edison 
>Wizard 
>gas 
>Europe 
>200 
>filament 
>bamboo 
>light bulb 
>alkaline 
>patents 
>1000 
>perspiration 

Thomas Alva Edison is located in the house closest to the left.

====================Gobi Desert, 1292 A.D.==========================

When Marco Polo was born in the Italoan trading port of ______, about 1254
A.D., the  Western world knew little of the far east. Marco's merchants who
happened upon the Eastern capitol of the Chinese emperor ___________ in 1266.
When the Polo's set out again for China in 1271, they took __-year-old Marco
with them. A journey of more than _ years, including a crossing of the ____
Desert, brought them to Kublai Khan's capitol at ________ (now Beijing).

The Khan took a liking to Marco and employed him for 17 years in enterprises
all over ____. Marco discovered wonders unknown in Europe; including _____,
money, coal, spectacles, and _________. The Polos finally returned to Venice
in ____ after escorting a Mongolian princess to the Khan of ______. Back
home, Marco was captured during a war between Venice and Genoa. While
imprisoned, he wrote of his travels in "The ____ of Marco Polo," which
remained Europes main source of information on Asia for the next ___ years.


Printing blocks Answers:

>Venice 
>Kublai Khan 
>17 
>3 
>Gobi 
>Cambulac 
>Asia 
>paper 
>fireworks 
>1295 
>Persia 
>Book 
>500 

Marco Polo is located to the left in the desert. 

=======================Athens, 369 B.C.=============================

The methods by which we seek an undstanding of our world, our universe, and
ourselves are believed to have been created by the great thinkers and teachers
of ancient ______. One of the most noted of these philosophers was Plato. In
________ he founded what is said to be the first __________. Known as "The
Academy," this school survived for over ___ years. There Plato Taught his
students through a "dialogue" of questions and answers. He learned this so
called "________" method of instruction from his own teacher, ________.

One of Plato's students, _________, became a great philosopher-scientists
himseld. Plato examined such questions and ideas as "What is wisdom?", "What is
_____?", and "What is the best form of _________?" The teachings of Plato have 
influenced Western Civilization for __ centuries. His ideas are found in
his many great works, including "The ________," in which he contended that
the best form of government would be a ___________ of ruling ___________.


Books Answers:

>Greece 
>387 B.C. 
>university 
>900 
>Socratic 
>Socrates 
>Aristotle 
>truth 
>government 
>24 
>Republic 
>meritocracy 
>philosophers 

Plato is located in-between two whote greek looking builings. 

====================London, 1595 A.D.===============================

The transformation of _______ from a small island nation to a great world
power began during the 45-year reign of one of that country's greatest
monarchs, _________________. "____ Queen Bess," as she was fondly known by
her subjects, ruled with strength and wisdome in spite of many problems she
faced as queen. Hers was a kingdom troubled by deep religous divisions and a
was with Spain's King _________. The famous sea battle with his 
_____________ was successful, but costly. Finally, countless plots against 
Elizabeth were attributed to her enemies, including her cousin, Mary, 
______________.

When Mary fled to England, after abdicating the Scottish throne Elizabeth had
her ________ for some 16 years. Ultimately, Mary was accused of _______ and
done away with. It was, however, Elizabeth's generous support of the arts and
sciences during the period that produced playwright William Shakespeare and
world Explorer ________________, that allows her to preside over what is
today called "The Golden Age" of England.


Crowns Answers:

>England 
>Queen Elizabeth I 
>Good 
>Philip II 
>Spanish Armada 
>Queen of Scots 
>confined 
>treason 
>Sir Francis Drake 

Queen Elizabeth I is located to the rightmost room, by  fireplace.

=======================Calcutta, 1947 A.D.==========================

Few political leaders have earned the prestige of Mohandas K. Gandhi. Born in
India in 1869, he studied law in _______ and settles in South Africa. There
he protested unjust laws with campains called "__________," meaning "grasping
for the truth." After some success, Gandhi returned to India in ____, a land
ruled by the Britist since ____. Gandhi first sought cooperation, but after a
British attack on nationalists, he organized non-violent protests against
British rule.

Soon called "_______," or "great soul," he united indian factions and
extracted British concessions by threatening to fast himself to _____. In
1942, when he refused to support the British in ____________, he was jailed.
After war, he participated in coferences with British Viceroy ____________
which lead to the independence and partition of India and Pakistan. Though
Gandhi was mortally wounded one year later, his enduring legacy is in the
practice of _______ resistance, a tactic later used during the Civil Rights
movement in the United States.


Flags Answers:

>Britain 
>satyagrapha 
>1915 
>1757 
>Mahatma 
>death 
>World War II 
>Mountbatten 
>passive 

Mohandas K. Gandhi is located through the gate. 

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                                 FLOOR THREE
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========================Mainz, 1455 A.D.============================

When young Johann Gutenberg was growing up in _______ at the turn of the 15th 
century, books were very rare and expensive because of a ______ had to 
duplicate each copy by hand. Since Johann was a child of great curiosity who 
loved to ____, he dreamed of a faster, more easier way to make books. Luckily, 
Johann had _________ a large fortune. This allowed him to dedicate all his time
 to the invension that would soon change the world. The secret, he realized, 
was in finding a way to _____ words, so copies would be quick and effortless. 

Guntenberg first tried carving letters from wood, but the printing came out 
_______ and blurry. He continued to experiment, spending all of his father's 
money during the __ years it took to pefect the ________ press. The final press
 made with movable _____ type, worked perfectly. His childhood dream realized 
at last, Johann printed his first book in ____. They are known as Gutenberg 
______.



Printing presses Answers:

>Germany 
>scribe 
>read 
>inherited 
>print 
>crooked 
>30 
>printing 
>metal 
>1455 
>bibles

Johann Gutenberg is located in the latticework house. 

====================Pacific Ocean, 1521 A.D.========================

The inportance of perserverance has a few better examples than Ferdinand 
Megellan. When Columbus reached America in 1492, he though he had found a 
western shortcut to _____. By ____, however, when Magellan's five ships sailed 
west to find the _____ islands, explorers suspected that the Americas were a 
vast new region unconnected to Asia. Afer a year of exploring the _______ coast
 of the "New World" for a way west, Magellan entered the rough seas between 
"_______________" and the tip of South America. 

After __ days of struggle, Magellan entered the vast _______ ocean. Sailing 
west his crew endured malnutrition and ______ until they reached the 
Philippines, there Magellan was the vitim of hostile natives, bu Juan Sebastian
 ________ pressed on. "Victoria," the sole remaining ship, rounded the tip of 
Africa and returned to Spain. Thus, Magellan's expadition became the first to 
sail around the _____. In so doing, it demonstrated the true scale of the 
______ and proved that the Americas were indeed a new world. 
 

Globes Answers:

>India 
>1519 
>spice 
>eastern 
>Tierra del Fuego 
>39 
>Pacific 
>scurvy 
>Del Cano 
>globe 
>oceans 

Ferninand Megellan is located in the captains chamber in the ship.

======================Florence, 1503 A.D.===========================

Michelangelo Buonarroti, one of history's most impressive artists was born in 
_______, Italy, on March 6, ____. Raised by a family of ____________, at the 
age of thirteen he was apprenticed to learn the basics of painting at the 
___________ brothers' studio. Michelangelo, however, considered himself a 
sculpter, and he broke his contract so that he might study in the sculpter 
gardens of the great patron _________________. 

Indeed, Michelangelo's fame as a sculpter is unmatched. His remarkable "Peita" 
was carved when he was only 23. Shortly thereafter, his 13 1/2 foot "_____" was
 wrought from a single block of marble. When commissioned to paint the ceiling 
of the ______________, though, Michelangelo implored pope _________ that the 
painter Raphael could do better. Michelangelo was given the job anyway, and, 
ironically, the result was his true masterpeice. Five hundred years after this
accomplishment, Michelangelo's influence as a painter, architect, and sculpter
is still felt.  


Chisels Answers:

>Caprese 
>1475 
>stone cutters 
>Ghirlandaio 
>Lorenzo de Medici 
>David 
>Sistine Chapel 
>Julius II 

Michelangelo Buonarroti is located in the building that is brownish.

=====================Stratford upon Avon, 1601 A.D. ================


Romeo and Juliet, Hamlet, King Lear, Othello, Macbeth -- these are only a few
of the famous characters immortllized by the greatest __________ and poet in 
_______ literature, William Shakespeare. Born over 400 years ago in 1564, 
Shakespeare's plays are still performed throughout the world. Shakespeare wrote
during England's "Golden Age," a time when Queen Elizibeth I was generously 
supporting the arts. It is said that Shakespear wrote a ____ just for her. 

An _____ as well as an author, Shakespeare is known to have written some __ 
plays. Amoung them were _________, such as "Richard III" and "Henry V"; 
comedies, such as "The Taming of the Shrew" and "Twelfth Night"; and 
_________, such as "Hamlet" and "Romeo and Juliet." Most of Shakespear's
plays were first performed at the open-roofed _____ theatre where bad _______
could cancel a performance. Shakespear lived until 1616, having made a modest 
fortune. He was buried in the village where he was born, _________-upon-avon. 


Skulls Answers:

>playwright 
>English 
>play 
>actor 
>37 
>histories 
>tragedies 
>Globe 
>weather 
>Stratford 

William Shakespear is located in one of the middle houses. 

=====================Alexandria, 47 B.C.============================

Upon their father's passing, Cleopatra and her brother were named to rule 
the kingdom of _____. However, Cleopatra's selfish brother, ___________, 
didn't wish to share the throne, so he banished his sister from the capital
city of __________. It was up to the Roman ruler, _____________, who served 
as Egypt's ________, to retore Cleopatra to her throne. Thus, a second 
__________ was held for the Queen in the year _____.

Meanwhile, Caesar fell deeply in love with Cleopatra, and she eventually bore
him a son named _________. However, on March 15th, 44 B.C., Julius Caesar was 
done away with by members of the Roman Senate. One of Rome's new leaders, 
____________, had once been an officer in Caesar's army. Cleopartra, who had
a penchant for powerful rulers, soon married Anthony and bore him three sons.
A Roman civil war soon followed in which Anthony's forces were defeated in a 
great sea battle. Soon after, bothe Anthony and Cleapatra took their own lives.


Staffs Answers:

>Egypt 
>Ptolemy XII 
>Alexandria 
>Julius Caesar 
>guardian 
>coronation 
>47 BC 
>Caesarian 
>Marc Anthony 

Cleopatra is located in the back building. 

After that if you were fast enough bowser gets his just desserts, if not, he
goes on a tropical vacation, and you don't want that, do you?

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