Super Mario Maker
What you think this level is about is not what this level is about.
Andi McClure hacked a SNES emulator to track their deaths in 'Super Mario World.' That inspired 'Super Meat Boy.' Did it inspire Nintendo, too?
This week's big, unexpected update may chart a new, really exciting course for Nintendo's creation series.
A strange competition has popped up to create levels with audacious passcodes that you could spend a lifetime trying to guess.
Nintendo has historically struggled with managing online communities, and so far, they're leaving Mario Maker's behind.
MegaTefyt doesn't want you to be the butt of a joke, they want you to be part of it. It's a different and refreshing relationship.
Never doubt the ability of 'Mario Maker' creators to come up with tools Nintendo didn't plan for.
They somehow pulled this off using tools meant for a platformer. It must be seen to be believed.
It requires jumping through a few hoops, but it's worth it.
The best part is, you don't have to be an expert to beat them!
This happened all the time with the original 'Mario Maker,' but the hope was Nintendo might have learned some lessons.