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Video: Super Smash Bros. 64 Bonus Stages Recreated In Super Mario Maker

GameXplain has posted a clip showcasing the Super Mario Maker level inspired by the Super Smash Bros. 64 bonus stages. User ‘Shaky’ created the level that also includes the Master Hand stage featuring Bowser and Bowser Jr. You can check out the YouTube video over on GameXplain’s channel, and you can also play the level with this code: 7724-0000-004B-83F1.

12 comments

  1. This guys voice. I’m sorry. I try and I try and I try to watch these videos but the voice that narrates them just drives me crazy! I can never finish them. You know those toddlers who pronounce words wrong? Like saying “free” instead of “three”? Thats what he sounds like. It’s like he never grew out of that.

  2. This guys voice. I’m sorry. I try and I try and I try to watch these videos but the voice that narrates them just drives me crazy! I can never finish them. You know those toddlers who pronounce words wrong? Like saying “free” instead of “three”? Thats what he sounds like. It’s like he never grew out of that.

    WRONG

    THE VOICE THING IS THIS

    HE SOUNDS LIKE A TRANNY ….NO IM NOT TRYINGTO TROLL HERE

    HE SOUNDS LIKE A TRANSGENDER IV ALWAYS THOUGHT THAT,HIS VOICE IS SO TRANNY ITS UNREAL

  3. That was actually pretty cool. This video also illustrates that there isn’t a limit holding your creative ideas back. A damn shame the amiibo costumes only work in the 8-bit format.

    1. There IS a limit with how many of a certain item type you can put down. This wouldn’t be a problem to me if they didn’t include blocks as a item type that can be depleted.

        1. Yep. It held me back on the Water Temple level that I made honestly. I wanted to have both the room where Dark Link fights you remade in detail, and the boss room, but I only had room for the boss room. Another thing that I’m kinda mad about is that there’s no way to have water in a non-underwater level. I could have also made it so much better if that was an asset that I could use (I could have even been able to make the water levels “rise” by going through a pipe that led to a copy of the area with a lower water level.

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