Super Mario Maker 2 owners can now upload nearly double the number of courses, Nintendo has announced.
The make-your-own-Mario game previously slapped a 64 course limit on creators. Now, that's been expanded to 100.
It comes as players have hit a milestone 10m courses uploaded to the game's servers for others to try. That's... a lot of levels. Nintendo announced the news in a celebratory Twitter post this morning:
Thanks to the creativity of Makers around the world, there are now over 10 million playable courses in #SuperMarioMaker2! To celebrate, you can now upload up to 100 courses to Course World! pic.twitter.com/v23ALxyVAS— Nintendo of America (@NintendoAmerica) January 7, 2020
If you've not gone back to it in a while, you should definitely give Super Mario Maker 2's big Zelda update a go. Released just before Christmas, it added the ability to play as Link and wield the Master Sword, which grants a range of classic Zelda abilities.
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