Super Mario Maker 2 has been a blast. It even added more course themes such as snow, sky, and jungle. But there are still themes that didn't quite make it. Hopefully, we'll get them eventually. Maybe in a DLC. Or maybe we might have to wait until Super Mario Maker 3. But anyway, here are some themes I would like to see Super Mario Maker. So, In jungle themes, were able to raise the water and stuff. But that's not enough!
Super Mario Maker 2
How to access World Maker and how to create Super Worlds
Super Mario Maker 2 [a] is a side-scrolling platform game and game creation system developed and published by Nintendo for the Nintendo Switch. It is the sequel to Super Mario Maker , and it was released worldwide on June 28, The gameplay is largely retained from that of its predecessor, in which players create their own custom courses using assets from various games across the Super Mario franchise and share them online. Super Mario Maker 2 introduces new features and course assets, including a new course style and assets based on Super Mario 3D World.
Ever since the release of Super Mario Maker for the Wii U, dedicated creators have wanted a way to craft their own overworlds to string together levels. The Mario series' overworlds are rarely just ways to package levels—they also include bonus levels and secrets. Super Mario Maker 2 finally got World Maker in an update this week, and though its functionality is somewhat limited, players have found there is a way to hide a level in it. The level in question has to be the last one in the world, either a Castle or an Airship optional in Worlds that aren't the last one in your creation. It then has to be placed on a water, lava, or air tile, which you can swap to any regular path tile to according to the World theme. Unfortunately, World Maker doesn't have a great tutorial, but switching tile types works the same as changing enemies and items in Course Maker. Follow these steps, and the level should be hidden when you enter that world. A demonstration clip included with the Reddit thread also shows off that there's a neat animation revealing the hidden stage. It's pretty similar to the dramatic reveal of the entrance to the Valley of Bowser in Super Mario World. The World Maker, though a nice surprise, is still pretty constrained given that each level in it needs to behave like a regular Super Mario Maker 2 creation.
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