Super Mario Maker For Wii U Sells More Than 1 Million Copies

Super Mario Maker Nintendo Wii U 1 million copies

Great news folks – in a press release from Nintendo UK, it’s been confirmed that Super Mario Maker for Wii U has sold over 1 million copies around the world. It’s also been confirmed that Mario fans have played fan created levels 75 million times. Do you own Super Mario Maker? If so, share your level codes with us below and we’ll check them out!

Here’s the full press release:

30th September 2015 – With over 310 million units sold worldwide in the Super Mario franchise it is clear to see that for the last 30 years, Super Mario fans have proven to be some of the most passionate, loyal and dedicated video game fans in the world.  Since Super Mario Maker  for Wii U launched on Sept. 11*, it is clear to see that dedication continues, as today it was revealed that more than one million units** have been sold around the world so far, making Super Mario Maker the 32nd game in the Super Mario franchise to sell at least one million units globally.

With Super Mario Maker Nintendo has a new way to measure fan engagement: level creation and the  addition of one million new “fan” developers has led to the creation of more than 2.2 million Mario courses, which combined have been played nearly 75 million times.

Using the touch screen of the Wii U GamePad controller, Super Mario Maker players can create levels in four different Super Mario game styles. The game offers dozens of enemies, items and power-ups, and lets people design everything from the terrain to where to place Warp Pipes. Completed levels can then be uploaded and enjoyed by other players around the world. Some seem simple, some offer fun challenges and some prove maddeningly difficult – it all depends on the designer. But everyone can find courses to enjoy and may find some courses to provide insightful inspiration for their own new creations.

For more information on Super Mario Maker, please visit the game’s website.

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