This sequel to the Super Mario Maker game launches exclusively on the Nintendo Switch system. This is a blockbuster deal, especially considering the DIY platforming game was just released today.
Apparently, when a player character is facing the screen, holding an item, and jumps simultaneously landing on Yoshi and a fire flower, the game crashes and forces you to restart.
Nintendo Life reports that Super Mario Maker 2 has a hard cap on the number of masterpieces any one player can upload and share with the world, holding everyone to just 32 in total.
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While a local multiplayer feature is usually easy to access, Super Mario Maker 2 doesn't make it as intuitive as it should be.
If you want to play a course shared online or by friends, you'll need to know how to enter a Course ID code in Super Mario Maker 2 Course World. You can also tackle Endless Challenge, save online courses locally for later offline play, play co-op and competitive courses online, follow creators you like, and more! Play 100+ Nintendo-made courses and try to rebuild it.
"We put a lot of effort into creating this mode because we wanted it to be something that players would feel a real sense of value in purchasing the title for, even if it was the only mode in the game they played", Tezuka said. Not only does the game feature almost all of the tools available in its Wii U predecessor, it adds a ton of new features and items to tinker around with as well, such as some classic Mario enemies like the Angry Sun. 3, Super Mario World, New Super Mario Bros.
If playing through the Nintendo-created levels gives a player an itch to make a course, the tool kit is designed to be intuitive to use in both docked and handheld mode on the Switch. Of course, this also means that you can not play Mario Maker 1 stages in Mario Maker 2. What I've played so far has proven, once again, that the Mario series is worth all the admiration it gets, and Mario Maker 2 is an excellent tool for picking it apart by pushing its enemies, mechanisms, and Mario, to their limit.