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Guac's Super Mario Maker is a platforming and level creation game developed by Galactic Gecko (tbc) for the Nintendo Switch and Nucleo consoles, intended to be a successor to Super Mario Maker 2, if it was all directed by Guac himself. Because of this, the game has features that may seem odd or unlikely to be added in an actual game, making it a sort of spin-off.

GSMM's formula remains the same as last games, players are able to create and edit their own Mario levels in different styles spanning through games new to old, and in different biomes or themes. Players can fill up their levels with all sorts of elements, including enemies, terrain options, obstacles, etc. Levels can then be uploaded for other people to play in Course World.

Course World levels can then be either played alone or in multiplayer mode. Multiplayer allows up to 4 people to either race to the end of a random level, or cooperate in beating it. Multiplayer can be played locally an online, both with random people around the world or with friends in private rooms. However, the Yoshi's Island style isn't available for multiplayer.

Characters

Table credit goes to: Pokerninja2 (tbc)

Playable

Available in all Mario styles

Character Description Advantages and Disadvantages
652px-Mario Artwork - Super Mario 3D World
Mario, the hero of the Mushroom Kingdom!
  • Balanced, no advantages or disadvantages.
Luigi - Mario Party 10
Luigi, Mario's cowardly and quirkier younger brother!

PROS:

  • Has the highest jump out of all characters
  • Has a slow fall

CONS:

  • Has low traction
Toad Artwork - Super Mario 3D World
Toad, a brave little fungi fella and Mario's friend!

PROS:

  • Runs the fastest out of all characters

CONS:

  • Jumps the lowest out of all characters
Toadette - New Super Mario Bros U Deluxe
Toadette, a cheerful and energetic Toad!

(is basically Toad 2)

PROS:

  • Runs the fastest out of all characters

CONS:

  • Jumps the lowest out of all characters
Wario SSBUltimate 2
Wario, Mario's greedy and fat rival!

PROS:

  • Is able to damage enemies by running into them

CONS:

  • Runs the slowest out of all characters

Available in the Donkey Kong Country style

SuperMarioParty DonkeyKong
Donkey Kong, the banana-loving ape you know well!
  • Balanced, no advantages or disadvantages.
DiddyKong
Diddy Kong, DK's athletic little buddy!

PROS:

  • Runs the fastest out of all characters
  • Can hover in the air with his jetpack for a little while

CONS:

  • Takes the most time to start running out of all characters
Dixie Kong - Donkey Kong Country Tropical Freeze
Dixie Kong, Diddy's adventurous and assertive girlfriend!

PROS:

  • Jumps the highest out of all characters
  • Has a slow fall

CONS:

  • Runs the slowest out of all characters
Cranky Kong New
Cranky Kong, DK's grumpy and nostalgic grandfather! (Fun fact: He was the original Donkey Kong from 1981!)

PROS:

  • Can bounce over enemies and obstacles using his cane

CONS:

  • Jumps the lowest out of all characters

Available in the Yoshi's Island style

Yoshi SSBUltimate
Yoshi, the enemy-munching dinosaur!

PROS:

  • Can swallow enemies to then throw them as eggs
  • Can get additional air time and height by using a Flutter Jump

CONS:

  • Is only playable on one style, and can't be used in multiplayer

Unplayable

Course Styles

Each level built needs a style to be based on, and GSMM offers a good amount of available styles, from games old and new! Each style has different graphics and mechanics, but some of them are so different than the others that they are placed on the Extra category. Making a new level on this category doesn't allow you to change the style without deleting all of your progress.

Normal Styles

SuperMarioBros MakerLogo

Super Mario Bros., although not the first Mario game, it did definitely set the standard for all future Mario games to come. Super Mario Bros. was released on 1985 for the Nintendo Entertainment System, and had pretty advanced graphics and gameplay for the time.

The SMB style probably is the most restrictive one in the game, as there are no fancy gimmicks or moves to be pulled out. Its exclusive power-ups are the Superball Flower and the Big Mushroom, and its exclusive theme is one based on Super Mario Land.

SuperMarioBros2 MakerLogo

After the original Super Mario Bros. sequel was deemed too hard for American non-GAMERS to play, Nintendo decided to reskin a game they had worked on, Doki Doki Panic, and make it a Mario game! Because of this, the 1988 release was quite different from the original game, as it included vertical platforming, picking up enemies, and 4 different playable characters! Despite all of this, it is still a fun game and a very interesting title in the series. (This reskin was then rereleased in Japan as Super Mario Bros. USA, and the real Super Mario Bros. 2 was released as Super Mario Bros.: The Lost Levels in the West)

Playing in the SMB2 style doesn't allow for defeating enemies by jumping on them. Instead, Radishes need to be plucked out from Grass Patches, a style-exclusive item, and then thrown to enemies in order to beat them. Jumping on enemies will make flip them over for a few seconds, they can be picked up and thrown at other baddies in this state. Its exclusive theme is one based on the level 1-3.


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