Mario Maker Lets You Make Custom Mario Levels

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Mario Maker Lets You Make Custom Mario Levels

Mario Maker lets players make levels for the original Super Mario Bros. and Super Mario Bros. U.

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Roxas1359

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So that leak was right. I found it funny how quickly people where saying that the Mario Maker was photoshoped and it wasn't real. :p
 

Scrythe

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Romhacking: The Game

Wait... is this the hyped up "original IP" that Miyamoto was working on?
 

TerribleAssassin

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This would've been a great game, if this was on the N64 and ROM Editors hadn't been around for ages.

It's kinda how I feel about Nintendo's recent software output in all honesty.
 

Mid Boss

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azurine said:
Admittedly, there's been a market for such a thing for at least a decade.
Sadly, a decade is generally how long it takes for Nintendo to realize there's a market.

This looks like fun. I hope they have all the old power ups and yoshi riding! :D
 

themilo504

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TerribleAssassin said:
This would've been a great game, if this was on the N64 and ROM Editors hadn't been around for ages.

It's kinda how I feel about Nintendo's recent software output in all honesty.
I expect this game to be a lot more accessible and easier to use than a rom editior.
 

TerribleAssassin

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themilo504 said:
I expect this game to be a lot more accessible and easier to use than a rom editior.
Nope, Mario Maker is basically Lunar Magic in all but name. And I have a feeling Mario Maker will put unnecessary caps on number of enemies and stuff, unlike Lunar Magic.
 

themilo504

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TerribleAssassin said:
themilo504 said:
I expect this game to be a lot more accessible and easier to use than a rom editior.
Nope, Mario Maker is basically Lunar Magic in all but name. And I have a feeling Mario Maker will put unnecessary caps on number of enemies and stuff, unlike Lunar Magic.
Eh I never used lunar magic so I can?t really judge, I still think a lot of people will prefer the official level creator if only because it?s on a console not a pc.
 

FalloutJack

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RatherDull said:
Congratulations! You've accomplished what PC gamers accomplished two decades ago...
Indeed. What are those completely insane rom-hack designs called, the ones that have no mercy and leave no leeway at all? Kaizo levels, right?
 

NuclearKangaroo

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this wouldnt been impressive like, 20 years ago, seriously at this point any half-assed programmer can make a mario clone with a level editor and upload it to the internet

LBP's level creation tool is more robust and impressive, not limited by a single plane, and the first game in the series came in 2008

if this was a 3D mario game with a level editor, now thatd be a different story, specially if it implemented all the mechanics found in recent 3D mario games

MinionJoe said:
BigTuk said:
Okay Nintendo.. brace yourself. since you're obviously just coming out of a coma, there are some things you need to know. THe berlin wall has fallen.
"There is a wall in Berlin? Our German allies have not told us of any wall there."

...

Too soon?
sneaky sneaky
 

Elvis Starburst

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Interests me at least. This also gives a reason as to why Nintendo took down that browser game that did exactly this. Heehee, silly Nintendo~ You wanted to be the one who did this first! *pats its head* You little rascal
 

Avaholic03

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RatherDull said:
Congratulations! You've accomplished what PC gamers accomplished two decades ago...
PC? Try graphing calculators. I remember having a TI-83 calculator with Mario and a level editor, and that was probably 15 years ago.

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Strazdas

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wait, Nintnedo expect people to actually get paid for this?
this was a free program for over a decade.
 

Canadamus Prime

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Interesting, however I'm pretty sure I've seen fan games that do the same job and better. SMBX by Redigit comes to mind.