Super Mario Maker, the upcoming Wii U game which allows players to create their own Super Mario Bros. stages launching in two months in all regions, has the potential to become one of the more successful Wii U games ever released, thanks to its sharing options which will allow players to let others play through their own unique creations. With the game’s powerful tools, Super Mario Maker’s possibilities are truly endless.
Some stages created using Super Mario Maker have been showcased by Nintendo UK this weekend at the Hyper Japan 2015, which is being held at the 02 in London. You can take a look at the videos from the event by going here for the first one and here for the second.
The ability to share one’s own creations in Super Mario Maker is definitely one of the more interesting features of the game but it could become the game’s doom if things are not handled properly. Luckily it seems Nintendo is fully aware of this, as it looks like the team has implemented a system which increases the number of uploadable stages depending on the quality of the stages uploaded by that user. This system should avoid the amount of low quality stages that gets shared in the game.
Super Mario Maker has been originally revealed last year as Mario Maker. The game allows players to create their own Super Mario stages by adding a lot of familiar elements through the Wii U GamePad and share them online. Super Mario Maker allows players to use a variety of styles such as the classic Super Mario Bros., the Super Mario Bros. 3, the Super Mario World and the New Super Mario Bros. U styles, with each style not only changing the graphics but also physics and mechanics.
Super Mario Maker will be released this September in all regions exclusively on Wii U. More news on the game will surely be coming soon so stay tuned for all the latest news on this unique new Super Mario video game.