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Today’s Super Mario Maker #22: videos, event courses planning, more

Super Mario Maker came out almost two months ago in Japan, Europe and North America, but Nintendo is still going with its Today’s Super Mario Maker series.

Today's Super Mario MakerEvent courses

The latest update for Super Mario Maker (Ver. 1.2.0) went live today, bringing mid-level checkpoints, power-ups that now depends on Mario’s status, and more. Nintendo also launched the Event courses: special courses available to players all around the world. Some of them even come with an extra transformation for Mario!

Here’s the two Event courses released today:

  • The Legend of Zelda: Tri Force Heroes stage, made by the developers of that game. Beating it unlocks a special Totem Links costume;
  • Game Center CX: a special stage by Shinya Arino himself. Beating it unlock Shinya Arino as a costume.

But there’s even more Event courses to come:

  • Super Mario Bros. 30th Anniversary course: a course made by Yukio Sawada (author of the Mario-kun manga) for the World Hobby Fair ’15 Summer. Beating it unlocks a special Mario-kun costume.
  • Warera ga Yoshi: a special level made by the Famitsu magazine staff. Beating it unlocks Nekki, Famitsu’s mascot.


Here’s the videos for the Game Center CX and The Legend of Zelda: Tri Force Heroes Event Courses:

Head after the break for the second video!

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
September 8th: Folding screen art exhibition
September 9th: Commercials (Play, Arrange)
September 9th: Costume Mario
September 10th: Finding levels to play
September 16th: TV Commercials (Arrange)
September 17th: 1 million courses

Source: Nintendo


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