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Examples of Star-Shaped Coupon include:
- Scribblenauts: Starites.
- Braid: the super top secret 'what-do-you-mean-there's-hidden-stars' hidden stars.
- Night Sky has similarly hidden stars (but at least you get a mark on the map screen to show you where in the world they are).
- Glider PRO: Magic Stars.
- Super Mario 64, Galaxy, and every Mario Party: Power Stars.
- Super Mario Sunshine: Shine Sprites.
- Every Mario RPG (except Super Paper Mario, which has heart-shaped coupons)
- Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars has you locating the seven pieces of the broken Star Road.
- Paper Mario makes you rescue the seven Star Spirits.
- Paper Mario the Thousand Year Door has you locating seven Crystal Stars.
- Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga has you collect the four pieces of the Bean Star after it shatters.
- Mario & Luigi: Partners in Time has you collecting the six pieces of the shattered Cobalt Star.
- Mario & Luigi: Bowser's Inside Story has the three Star Cures.
- Kirby games:
- Dream Land: Sparkling Stars.
- Dream Land 3: Heart Stars (The Power of Love: now in star form!)
- Squeak Squad: Star Seals
- ...Plus the Warpstars used for level transitions in many Kirby games.
- Elans in WireWay.
- Bragging Rights Reward in The World Cup.
- Guitar Hero and Rock Band, with traditionally five available per song (sometimes per difficulty as well) though only some of the games in either series actually require them to advance the story.
- In the Groove has stars representing the very highest grades, which wouldn't count except it also keeps count of how many stars you have, and getting them again on the same chart doesn't increase the number.
- The entire point of Hoshi Saga is to find the stars hidden in each level.
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