Video: Here’s A Look At Super Mario Maker 3DS Online And Offline Play Modes

The next big game on the horizon for the Nintendo 3DS is none other than a port of the ultra creative Super Mario Maker which was originally released on the Wii U. Nintendo UK has produced an riveting overview video which takes a look at the variety of different play modes on offer including a look at some of the courses which have been designed by Nintendo themselves.

Super Mario Maker for Nintendo 3DS features a wealth of different play modes. There are 100 courses designed by Nintendo, each of which features otional challenges to complete, while you can play loads more courses created by players of the Wii U version of the game! Take on these courses in 100 Mario Mode or browse recommended courses from all over the world.


    1. Yes it is, and even creating levels are fun when in most creation community’s you are mostly playing other maps from other people, Mario maker makes it enjoyable to make your levels not just play other peoples

    2. I have it and it’s fun but I stopped playing just because I hate those impossible courses. And lots of people like to make stages where you don’t have to move at all and it just takes you through the stage. It’s a little annoying to find the worthwhile content if your not into these type of stages. I’m not much of a stage builder so I could only really enjoy half the game honestly lol but I don’t regret the purchase. I’m going to get the 3ds version for portability and I think it’s definitely worth a purchase. Also the portable version would make it a lot more fun to just jump in and play a couple of stages quick if you don’t have much time to sit around your console which is my case most of the time lol

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