Today’s Super Mario Maker #17; video about World 1-1 from Miyamoto, screenshots, more

With just a couple of days left until release (September 10th in Japan, September 11th in Europe and North America), Nintendo is still going with its Today’s Super Mario Maker series, launched earlier this month. Every day, the company is going to highlight a particular element from the game, via videos, screenshots, etc..

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For Today’s Super Mario Maker, Nintendo uploaded a special making-off video for the Rimpa-style folding screen paintings of Super Mario Bros. characters, by Tarou Yamamoto. They will be part of an exhibition next month, on the 7th floor of the Kyoto Station (click here for more details about it!). In the video below (only available in Japan), Tarou Yamamoto show us how the paintings of Luigi and Mario were made.

Here it is:

Previous Today’s Super Mario Maker

August 17th: ? Block
August 18th
August 19th: Sound Effects
August 20th: Auto Scroll
August 21th
August 24th: Mario trail
August 25th
August 27th: Commercials (Create)
August 28th: Commercials (Play)
August 29th: Game Styles
August 30th: Pipes
September 1st
September 2nd: Commercial (Play)
September 3rd
September 4th: Fly Swatting
September 7th

Screenshots and videos

Next, we have some new screenshots from Nintendo:

There’s also some pictures from one of the the demo events in Japan, courtesy of 4Gamer.net:

Head after the break for two videos!

Finally, we have two videos: in the first one, Shigeru Miyamoto explains how he came up with Level 1-1 in the original Super Mario Bros.:

Finally, here’s the video from Shigeru Miyamoto’s Master Class at the Japan Expo, in which he tries to complete a level made by Michel Ancel:

Super Mario Maker (Wii U) comes out on September 10th in Japan, and September 11th in Europe and North America.


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