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Super Mario Maker (スーパーマリオメーカー, Sūpāmariomēkā) (previously known as Mario Maker at E3 2014 and abbreviated to SMM) is a game for only the Wii U involving constructing levels.


The player gets to create their own Super Mario levels using the Wii U GamePad. They can jump in at any point in the level to play it, then jump back out and it will show the exact movement that the player just made. The game style can be changed from the original Super Mario Bros. the Super Mario Bros. 3, Super Mario World, and the New Super Mario Bros. U look. Users can create and upload their levels for others to enjoy or they can download levels that others have made.

You have to play the game in the create mode for at least 5 minutes in each of the 9 days to get everything that the game has to offer (you can get more stuff if you change the date on the system by +1 after you play for 5 min)

A new power-up appears, named the Weird Mushroom, which appears to be a slimmer version of the Super Mushroom, making Mario thin and allowing him to jump higher than normal. Enemies can be stacked on top of each other, resembling the Goomba Towers.


The Weird Mushroom.

Day 1

Day 2

Day 3

Day 4

Day 5

Day 6

Day 7

Day 8

1.20 Objects

1.30 Objects

  • Bumper
  • ? Warp Door
  • Fire Koopa Clown Car

1.40 Objects

10 Mario Challenge

In game, there is a mode called the 10 Mario Challenge, which gives the player 10 lives to beat 8 stages. The stages were made by Nintendo before the game's release.

100 Mario Challenge

Similar to the 10 Mario Challenge, the 100 Mario Challenge gives the player 100 lives to beat eight stages, and it has 4 different modes: Easy, Normal, Expert and Super Expert. Normal and Expert feature 16 stages and Super Expert features 6 stages instead of the usual eight found in the 10 Mario Challenge and Easy mode. It randomly chooses courses online. The player can also skip a stage by sliding on the gamepad or holding for 3 seconds.

Sample Courses

There are 17 worlds of 68 sample courses included in the game. These are mostly made by the developers at Nintendo while some are made from third-party developers like the creator of Rayman, Michel Ancel.

List of Sample Courses

World 1

  • Ground
  • Underwater
  • Castle
  • Airship

World 2

  • Ghost House
  • Sound Effects
  • Tracks
  • Sub Areas

World 3

  • Pipeline to the Other Side
  • Block Town
  • 1-1 Remix (Ground)
  • Spinning Boo Buddies

World 4

  • A P Switch's Journey
  • Switch it Up!
  • 1-1 Remix (Raccoon Mario)
  • 1-4 Remix (Castle)

World 5

  • Bloomin' Goombas!
  • Perilous Vine Climb
  • 1-2 Remix (Underground)
  • Big Dry Bones' Pirate Ship

World 6

  • Sunken Mario
  • Coinucopia
  • 1-3 Remix (Athletic)
  • Festival of Fire

World 7

  • Super Star Dash
  • Ka-POW !!!
  • Be Brave & Get Up Close!
  • Attack Stack

World 8

  • 5-3 Remix (Shoe Goombas)
  • 1-2 Remix (Yoshi)
  • Zigzag Lava Bubbles
  • Go for the 3-Up Stomp!

World 9

  • Jump for It!
  • Muncher
  • Clowning Around
  • Creepy-Crawly Bowser Tower

World 10

  • 3-1 Remix (Infinite 1-Ups)
  • 2-3 Remix (Pyramids)
  • Bowser Retreats, Mario Advances
  • Easy Does It.

World 11

  • Music Notes
  • Conveyor Belt Sprint
  • Shell Shot!
  • Find the Fire Flower!

World 12

  • Shoe Factory
  • Spiny Tower Demolition
  • 7-2 Remix (Piranha Plants)
  • 1-Airship Remix

World 13

  • 8-B Remix (Airship)
  • Danger: Fire Bars!
  • Blaster Barrage
  • Dry Bones Stampede

World 14

  • Chain Chomp
  • Bone Dungeon
  • Underwater Automation
  • Up & Over

World 15

  • Even Trampolines Dream of Flying
  • Rollercoaster
  • 2-5 Remix (Chain Chomps)
  • 8-3 Remix (Hammer Bros.)

World 16

  • 6-3 Remix (Ice)
  • Don't Delay!
  • Race to the Finish!
  • 8-4 Remix (Castle Labyrinth)

World 17

  • NWC 2016-1
  • NWC 2016-2
  • NWC 2016-3
  • NWC 2016-4


Every amiibo (aside from the Mii Fighter amiibo) released prior to Super Mario Maker's release, other than the Shovel Knight amiibo, is compatible with the Super Mario Bros. (game style). When tapping one, a costume will appear (tapping a Link amiibo will trigger a Link costume) and can be dragged into Brick Blocks? Blocks, and Bouncy Pads. When the player uses the item, Mario will wear the costume. Pressing ↑ will trigger also trigger a pose. There are also non-amiibo costumes, which can be earned in game by completing the 100 Mario challenge or an event course.

List of Costumes

  1. Mystery Mushroom
  2. Mario
  3. Peach
  4. Luigi
  5. Bowser
  6. Goomba
  7. Block?
  8. Trampoline
  9. Toad
  10. Bowser Jr.
  11. Mario (Silver)
  12. Mario (Gold)
  13. Builder Mario
  14. Yoshi
  15. Shy Guy
  16. Wario
  17. Rosalina
  18. Sidestepper
  19. Shellcreeper
  20. Mario (Mario Bros)
  21. Dr. Mario
  22. Kart Mario
  23. Waluigi
  24. Green Yarn Yoshi (Yoshi's Woolly World)
  25. Pink Yarn Yoshi (Yoshi's Woolly World)
  26. Light-Blue Yarn Yoshi (Yoshi's Woolly World)
  27. Mega Yarn Yoshi (Yoshi's Woolly World)
  28. Donkey Kong Jr.
  29. Donkey Kong (Donkey Kong Country)
  30. Diddy Kong (Donkey Kong Country)
  31. Kirby (Kirby's Dream Land)
  32. King Dedede (Kirby's Dream Land)
  33. Meta Knight (Kirby's Adventure)
  34. Pit (Kid Icarus)
  35. Palutena (Kid Icarus)
  36. Dark Pit (Kid Icarus: Uprising)
  37. Mega Man (Mega Man)
  38. Samus (Metroid)
  39. Zero Suit Samus (Metroid: Zero Mission)
  40. R.O.B. (NES/Famicom)
  41. Marth (Fire Emblem: Shadow Dragons)
  42. Ike (Fire Emblem: Path of Radiance)
  43. Lucina (Fire Emblem: Awakening)
  44. Robin (Fire Emblem: Awakening)
  45. Pikachu (Pokemon Red/Blue/Yellow)
  46. Charizard (Pokemon Red/Blue/Yellow)
  47. Jigglypuff (Pokemon Red/Blue/Yellow)
  48. Mewtwo (Pokemon Red/Blue/Yellow)
  49. Lucario (Pokemon Diamond/Pearl)
  50. Greninja (Pokemon X/Y)
  51. Olimar (Pikmin)
  52. Pikmin (Pikmin)
  53. Link (The Legend of Zelda)
  54. Zelda (The Legend of Zelda)
  55. Ganondorf (The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time)
  56. Sheik (The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time)
  57. Tingle (;;The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask)
  58. Toon Link (The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker)
  59. Shulk (Xenoblade Chronicles)
  60. Ness (Earthbound)
  61. Lucas (Mother 3)
  62. Inkling Squid (Splatoon)
  63. Inkling Boy (Splatoon)
  64. Inkling Girl (Splatoon)
  65. Wii Balance Board (Wii Fit)
  66. Wii Fit Trainer (Wii Fit)
  67. Chibi-Robo (Chibi-Robo)
  68. Villager (Animal Crossing)
  69. Tom Nook (Animal Crossing)
  70. K.K. Slider (Animal Crossing)
  71. Resetti (Animal Crossing)
  72. Rover (Animal Crossing)
  73. Timmy and Tommy (Animal Crossing)
  74. Blathers (Animal Crossing)
  75. Mabel (Animal Crossing)
  76. Kapp'n (Animal Crossing)
  77. Celeste (Animal Crossing)
  78. Kicks (Animal Crossing)
  79. Isabelle (Summer Outfit) (Animal Crossing: New Leaf)
  80. Isabelle (Winter Outfit) (Animal Crossing: New Leaf)
  81. Digby (Animal Crossing: New Leaf)
  82. Cyrus (Animal Crossing: New Leaf)
  83. Reese (Animal Crossing: New Leaf)
  84. Lottie (Animal Crossing: New Leaf)
  85. Captain Falcon (F-Zero)
  86. Mr. Game & Watch (Game & Watch series)
  87. Sonic (Sonic The Hedgehog)
  88. Duck Hunt (Duck Hunt)
  89. Pac-Man (Pac-Man)
  90. Foreman Spike (Wrecking Crew)
  91. Little Mac (Punch-Out)
  92. Fox (Star Fox)
  93. Falco (Star Fox)
  94. Slippy (Star Fox)
  95. Peppy (Star Fox)
  96. Arwing (Star Fox)
  97. Mahjong Tile (Yakuman Ho-o)
  98. Dr. Lobe (Big Brain Academy)
  99. Ashley (WarioWare: Touched)
  100. Nikki (Swapnote)
  101. Fighter Fly
  102. Totem Link (The Legend of Zelda: Tri Force Heroes)
  103. Arino Kacho (GAMECENTER CX)
  105. Cat Mario
  106. Cat Peach
  107. Necky (Famitsu)
  108. Frog Mario
  109. Mario Trio (Mario and Luigi: Paper Jam)
  110. GLA (Mercedes-Benz)
  111. Felyne (Monster Hunter)
  112. Sky Pop (Super Mario Land)
  113. Arcade Bunny (Nintendo Badge Arcade)
  114. Master Belch (Earthbound)
  115. Mr. Saturn (Earthbound)
  116. Captain Toad
  117. Bike (Excitebike)
  118. Birdo (Super Mario Bros. 2)
  119. Yamamura the Pigeon
  120. Princess Daisy
  121. Professor E. Gadd
  122. Bulbasaur (Pokemon Red/Blue/Yellow)
  123. Charmander (Pokemon Red/Blue/Yellow)
  124. Squirtle (Pokemon Red/Blue/Yellow)
  125. Chitoge Kirisaki (Nisekoi)
  126. Barbara The Bat (Jam with the Band)
  127. Statue Mario
  128. Mary O/Mashiko
  129. Toadette
  130. Yuu Ayasaki (Daigasso! Band Bros. P)
  131. Starfy (The Legendary Starfy)
  132. Wolf Link (The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess)
  133. Balloon Fighter (Balloon Fight)
  134. Nabbit
  135. Tetra (The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker)
  136. Donbe (Shin Onigashima)
  137. Hikari (Shin Onigashima)
  138. Ayumi Tachibana (Famicom Detective Club Part II)
  139. Baby Mario
  140. Iris Archwell (Monster Manor)
  141. Mallo (Pushmo)
  142. Bubbles (Clu Clu Land)
  143. Diskun (Famicom)
  144. Volleyball Player (Volleyball)
  146. Popo & Nana (Ice Climber)
  147. Kitty White (Hello Kitty)
  148. Melody (My Melody)
  149. Shaun The Sheep (Shaun The Sheep)
  150. Undodog
  151. Dr. Kawashima (Brain Age: Train Your Brain in Minutes a Day!)
  152. Callie (Splatoon)
  153. Marie (Splatoon)
  154. TBA
  155. TBA
  156. TBA
  157. TBA
  158. TBA
  159. TBA
  160. TBA

Amiibo Compatible

  • 30th Anniversary Mario - Modern Color
  • 30th Anniversary Mario - Classic Color


  • While the Pokémon amiibo are compatible in this game, the Pokémon characters have no sound effects or jingles from any Pokémon games, due to The Pokémon Company's rights of owning the IP address of the Pokémon franchise.
    • However, despite the policy, the three starter Pokémon from the Kanto region, Bulbasaur, Charmander, and Squirtle, are the only ones that do have the sound effects and jingles from Pokemon Red/Blue.
  • Out of all the characters who appear in 8-Bit form, Sonic is the only character who appears in 16-bit form.
  • When placing an object onto the stage, a distorted voice will say the name of a said object (e.g. "Pipe" for placing/adjusting a Warp Pipe), which will correspond in tone with the stage's music.
  • Holding down on the D-pad, the A button, and the B button while a level loads will cause it to be displayed as if it were on a CRT television screen, similarly to the Big Mushroom; unlike the Big Mushroom, this easter egg is functional in all four game styles.
  • In the Nintendo Direct of September 1, 2016, this game has been announced for the Nintendo 3DS under the name Super Mario Maker for Nintendo 3DS.
  • The slope is one the most wanted item, as other games have slopes, as this does not. However, it is possible to re-create slopes using Bullet Bill cannons, Muchers, and Piranha Plants.
  • Nintendo stopped course uploads from 'Super Mario Maker' for Wii U on March 31, 2021, forcing creators to move on to the Switch sequel.
  • The "cat paw" sound effect is borrowed from Plants vs. Zombies when a Pole-Vaulting or Dolphin Rider Zombie hits Tall-nut.
  • Mega Man Maker is based on this game.




World Premiere - Mario Maker!

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