Super Mario Maker 2 is a game played on Gaming With A Twist. It is the sequel to the 2015 game Super Mario Maker.

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Super Mario Maker 2 is a 2019 side-scrolling platform game and game creation system developed and published by Nintendo for the Nintendo Switch. It is the sequel to 2015's Super Mario Maker and largely retains its gameplay from of its predecessor, in which players create their own courses using assets from across the Super Mario series and publish them on online for others to play. Players can choose from a selection of staple Mario games to base their course's visual style and gameplay on, including Super Mario Bros., Super Mario Bros. 3, Super Mario World, New Super Mario Bros. U, and a newly introduced Super Mario 3D World theme. Gameplay mechanics and enemy behaviors can vary between the styles, with some elements being limited to specific styles. A Nintendo Switch Online subscription is required in order to access any online functionality in the game, including accessing player-created levels.

The sequel adds various assets and tools, including assets and a course theme based on Super Mario 3D World. This theme is especially different from the four others, with many features and gameplay mechanics unique to it. It also introduces local and online multiplayer modes including co-op course creation, where up to 2 players can locally create stages together at the same time; as well as allowing up to 4 online players to complete user-made courses, cooperatively or competitively.

Super Mario Maker 2 also features a new single-player campaign known as Story Mode. The story follows Mario, Toadette, and several other toads helping to rebuild Princess Peach's Castle. Players must traverse through over 100 Nintendo-created courses, in order to collect enough coins to rebuild the castle. Non-playable characters will also offer players extra tasks and jobs throughout the mode.

The game received generally favorable reviews; the online multiplayer feature, however, was criticized for its performance issues. It was the bestselling game in Japan during its first two weeks of release. It has since become one of the best-selling games on the Switch worldwide.


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