Nintendo Release Super Mario Maker Overview Video

Nintendo Wii U Super Mario Maker Overview Video

Ahead of Super Mario Maker’s release on 11th September, Nintendo of America have put together a rather insightful Overview video. The video is below for your viewing pleasure and includes details of amiibo use in the game, newly revealed details of sound effects and music block customisations and the confirmation that, perhaps controversially, the number of tools available to users will be revealed gradually day by day.

Check out the video below and let us know what you think. Are you planning on buying this game when it’s released?

Here’s the press release for you too.

12th August, 2015 – Visit YouTube now to watch a Super Mario Maker overview video created by Nintendo of America that summarises key game features ahead of its launch across Europe on the 11th of September. New announcements highlighted in the video include:

  • New sound effects and music block customisation – You can create your own sound effects in Super Mario Maker, with some sounds even generating fun visuals! And by shaking a classic Note Block during level creation, it becomes a Music Block. When something activates one of these Music Blocks, it will play a note based on its height, allowing players to arrange songs of all types.
  • Ease into creation – Start creating with a set number of tools to help you learn, then watch the number of tools at your disposal expand more and more every day you play!
  • Compatible with more than 50 amiibo – Many amiibo are compatible with Super Mario Maker, including classic figures like Link, Wii Fit Trainer and Kirby. With the special 30th Anniversary Mario amiibo, you can take on mustachioed enemies in levels using Big Mario!


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