We just added a live-action commercial from Nintendo UK: you will find it below, after the break!
With less than month until release (September 10th in Japan, September 11th in Europe and North America), Nintendo launched Today’s Super Mario Maker last week: every day, the company is going to highlight a particular element from the game, via videos, screenshots, etc..
For Today’s Super Mario Maker, Nintendo has uploaded a video showcasing the four Game Styles you can chose for your levels in the level editor:
- Super Mario Bros. (the only one where amiibo costumes can be used)
- Super Mario Bros. 3
- Super Mario World
- New Super Mario Bros. U
Of course, it’s not just the art style which changes: gameplay does too. For example, some items or techniques (such as wall jumping) are only available in one Game Style, and not others. It’s something you have to keep in mind when creating levels, even though you can change the Game Style at any time using the icon in the top left corner of the GamePad screen.
Here’s the video for the four Game Styles in Super Mario Maker:
Previous Today’s Super Mario Maker
Head after the break for some videos and goodies!
Videos and goodies
First, we havea live-action commercial from Nintendo UK:
Then, there’s some Super Mario goodies that fans in Japan can win via a Twitter campaign:
Next, we have several videos for Super Mario Maker. The first one shows Shigeru Miyamoto and Takashi Tezuka trying out a level made by Michel Ancel. Since Shigeru Miyamoto is a big fan of Pac-Man (as shown by Devil World, but also his request that Pac-Man be added to Super Smash Bros.), Michel Ancel made a level inspired by Pac-Man!
Here’s the video (only in French for now):
Next, here’s a video from Nintendo UK, showing timelapse level creation:
Here’s a trailer for the Super Mario Maker Hackathon videos:
Here’s a “troll” level inspired by the famous Rick Roll video:
Finally, we have a livestream recording from Nintendo UK:
Super Mario Maker (Wii U) comes out on September 10th in Japan, and September 11th in Europe and North America.