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Yellow-shelled Paratroopas act like regular Koopas, but they chase after Mario and jump over any shells that are in their way.
Jumping on them gets rid of their wings and turn them into regular yellow-shelled Koopas.
Unlike its predecessor, the Paratroopas move to the music while flying.
Like the predecessor, only green and red Paratroopas appear.
They have two different attack patterns: green Paratroopas fly left and right or bounce around, and red Paratroopas fly up and down.
In this game, red Koopa Paratroopas first appear in World 1-3 while green varieties first appear in World 2-1.
Koopa Paratroopas reappear in Super Mario World and its remake, Super Mario World: Super Mario Advance 2, also having the updated design of the Koopa Troopas, as they now bipedal rather than quadrupedal.
They traditionally come in two varieties: Red Koopa Paratroopas usually fly up and down in a set path, while Green Koopa Paratroopas often bounce in the player's general direction or fly back and forth, although many exceptions have been made of these rules.Koopa Paratroopas are first encountered in World 1-3, the first athletic level of the game.Paratroopas reappear in the successor of New Super Mario Bros., New Super Mario Bros. Here, they have the same attack pattern as the previous games.Their name comes from "paratrooper," a term used in the military to describe soldiers who parachute down to attack.
Koopa Paratroopas debut in Super Mario Bros., counting their remakes and ports (including Super Mario Bros.
While Koopa Paratroopas do appear in Super Mario Bros.