The Super Mario Maker 2 community has already created thousands of levels for Nintendo's popular editing tool. Among challenges, almost impossible levels to finish and fun scenarios, this game lacked something: the possibility of connecting different levels and creating a complete Super Mario adventure. This will be possible starting tomorrow, April 22, with the update of the World Maker mode, in which players will be able to create maps of the different worlds of Super Mario.
Nintendo says that this will be the last major update of the game and that it introduces a map, on which players can plot a path, from the starting point to the final castle. This map consists of eight worlds, up to a total of 40 levels, which will allow more dedicated users to create a complete Super Mario Bros. adventure.
The update introduces other elements to the editor, such as the Koopalings, Bowser's seven minions, each with different attacks and movement patterns that can be used at levels, such as a kind of mini-bosses, for example. Other enemies introduced in the update are Phanto and Mechakoopas. There are new transformation items, as well as the SMB2 Mushroom that transforms the characters into their Super Mario Bros. versions. 2, which allows you to throw objects and even throw enemies.
Other items go through the Frog Suit of Super Mario Bros. 3, which gives Mario the chance to swim or run through the water. The Power Ballon will also be introduced, an object released in Super Mario World, as well as the Superbolota of New Super Mario Bros. U, the boomerang flower from Super Mario 3D World. Add five variations of facts, such as the Cannon Box and the Propeller Box. See on the video all the details of what's new in Super Mario Maker 2.