Mario maker was revealed last E3, Super Mario Maker was revealed this E3; so was there any difference between the two besides adding ‘Super’ in the title? More than you think, actually. New levels (underworld, underwater, castles, etc.), more enemies (chain chops, thwomps, wigglers, etc.), more items (wings, fire rods, bowser’s clown car, etc.), amiibo support, the addition of the Super Mario 3 art style, and yes, we can share our dream Mario courses online for all the world to see (and play). There is no question how tough Mario levels can be – now this fall we can unleash our inner Miyamoto and see if we can out create the masters.
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