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Super Mario Maker - Wii U Super Mario Maker Edition
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- Create and play the Mario levels of your dreams
- Play a near limitless number of intensely creative Super Mario levels
- Nintendo has made Mario games for decades. Now... it's your turn!
- Super Mario Maker : Best Wii U Game, 2015
- Splatoon : Best Competitive Multiplayer Game, 2015 & Best Shooter Game, 2015
- The Legend of Zelda - Tri Force Heroes : Best Nintendo 3DS Game, 2015 & Best Co-op Multiplayer Game, 2015
- Platform: Nintendo Wii U
- ESRB Rating: Everyone
- Media: Video Game
- Item Quantity: 1
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Super Mario Maker WiiU
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Create and play the Mario levels of your dreams
The Mario experience of your dreams is about to get made. ..by you. Create and share your very own Mario levels using the Wii U GamePad controller, then play a near-infinite number of intensely creative levels from other makers around the world. What was impossible in traditional Mario games is now impossibly fun, so let your imagination run wild.
Making levels is easy. Want a Goomba to wear a Piranha Plant on its head, have a Bill Blaster fire coins, or make a giant Bob-omb fly? Then simply drag and drop elements to create pure Mario magic. Switch between 4 Super Mario Bros. game themes—from the 8-bit pixel art of the original to the world of New Super Mario Bros. U—and enjoy the action that each provides. In the mood to play other players’ creations instead? Something surprising? Silly? Intricate? Tough? You’ll find a near-limitless number of levels in the online community. Whether creating or playing, with Mario Maker, the game is your playground.
Play the Super Mario courses of your dreams
Ever wondered what it would be like to battle Bowser under the sea or a Goomba with a Piranha Plant on its head? Face off against these Mushroom Kingdom misfits and more when you play a near-infinite number of courses from fellow Super Mario makers around the world.
Find the Perfect Fit
Use custom searches to help find the courses you want. Sort by recommended course, ranking, new arrivals, top creators, and more. You can also keep up with your favorite makers by adding them to the Follow List.
Unlock Costume Mario with amiibo!
Transform into different character costumes with the new Mystery Mushroom item. Expand the roster of possible outfits by completing the 100 Mario Challenge mode or tapping compatible amiibo accessories.
Nintendo has made Super Mario games for decades—now it’s your turn!
Sketch out your level on the Wii U GamePad controller just like you were using a pen and paper. Want to try out your course without stopping the fun? Switch seamlessly between Edit and Play on the fly without missing a beat (or a ground-pound).
Drag and drop items from the palette—like enemies, obstacles, blocks, and more—to populate your course. Spend about 5 minutes creating a course, and more parts become available to use the next day. You can also transform parts using different actions.
Try switching between classic environments like ground, underground, ghost house, underwater, airship, or castle.
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Top Customer Reviews
And then comes Super Mario Maker. In this game, the designers hand the tools over to you and say, "Go ahead. Make the game as easy or challenging as you wish". And boy, have people put themselves up to the challenge. In the first week of release, 1 million levels were uploaded to the Mario Maker servers, so you can expect to see some creativity; you might not even notice that there are only so few items / enemies to go around.
The brilliant thing about the upload system is there is one rule: in order to upload a level, you have to be able to beat it yourself. Because of this, there are no levels to download and play that are impossible to beat... technically.
Creating levels is simple, provided you have an idea, or you can tinker around for a while. You don't get all of the tools available from the start. But it works out. You're motivated to get creative with limited options. And unlocking more and more items / baddies / features just gives you something to look forward to.
Overall, the idea of the game is fantastic, the execution is solid. As crazy as the levels you find and build may be, in the end, it's Mario. We all know how Mario works.
With visuals that are simple yet effective and a very nice online mode whre you can share your creations and ply the ones from others are the other two things that round-up this great game.
As some have already said, whether you're a serious student of game design, looking to kill a few minutes with your friends' creations, or an avid enthusiast of sadism through game design, you'll find something to love in Super Mario Maker.
Edit: And now that I've played the game I wish there were more stars to give. It is THE game I've been waiting for since I first finished Super Mario Bros. all those years ago.
i have the digital software version, also will have the boxed version.
Super Mario Maker - Wii U have the base of Mario games and the "Mario Paint" game interface.
P.S. remember the "Nintendo Mario Paint" game interface, and look of "Super Mario Maker - Wii U" game interface.
Most recent customer reviews
I love this game. I've always wanted new levels for old games, and now it can happen. Awesome idea, Nintendo!Published 3 months ago by Shaun
It's a decent game for what it is. If you're not creative I would steer clear of it. The novelty wears off really quick unless you're super creative and think outside the box on... Read morePublished 3 months ago by David Dorval
This game is fun, however it does not hold my attention as well as some other games. I don't have much fun creating the levels myself. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Mitchell K.
A great concept of a game. However, getting going was a bit sluggish to get through the opening startup. Would be a better game to play with other gamers rather than alone.Published 4 months ago by Peter Clarke