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Ever since Super Mario Maker launched last month we’ve seen many great levels from the community. From auto-scrolling chaos to devious mazes filled with death traps, the content one offers can seem almost overwhelming at times.

That’s where we come in! Every two weeks Nintendo Inquirer is going to be showcasing a selection of themed levels, just for you. Seeing as this is our first showcase we only have our own levels to share, but after today we’ll be opening submissions to showcase some of your levels. More details on how you can get involved are at the bottom of this article.

Naturally, there’s no better way to start our shared adventure than with some twists on the iconic World 1-1 from the original Super Mario Bros. Just load these up and see how we’ve played with your memories!


Conveyor 1-1 by Tom Brown

The conveyor is a tricky object, always messing with your speed and momentum. So, how would World 1-1 play when there is almost no static ground? Keep an eye out for a secret alternate route, too…


Morlp 1-1 by Kellen McIntyre

Explaining this level in depth would ruin the surprise, so just jump right in and remember that title!


1-1…? by Brittin Shauers

This level is definitely the trickiest of the set, but it’s still very fair. What might seem normal at first is anything but, so be prepared for some unusual turns and tricky maneuvers. Oh, and mind your head!

We hope you enjoy that warped ride down memory lane! Now onto the next showcase, which will be…

Halloween Horrors!

Two weeks from now will be October 30th, so Halloween hype will at its peak. We want to highlight your spookiest Mario Maker levels just for the occasion. Get creative with Boos, fill a pit with twenty Dry Bones, create a Ghost House labyrinth… It’s your call.

Just enter your level code in the comments below and we’ll take a look! From there we’ll select a winner or two to be featured in the next article.

Until next time, let’s make Mario!

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Written by Tom Brown

Whether it’s an exciting new entry in a series long established or a weird experiment meant only for the dedicated, Tom is eager to report on it. Rest assured, if Nintendo ever announces Elite Beat Agents 2, he’ll be there.