Fans of Nintendo's Super Mario Maker will be able to see more of the popular game as Super Smash Bros. will soon be including a stage inspired by it.
The Super Mario Maker stage will come to the Super Smash Bros. for the Nintendo Wii U and Nintendo 3DS on Sept. 30, according to an announcement.
The upcoming stage will be dynamically built and will incorporate design components from four Super Mario games similar to Super Mario Maker. The four games are namely the original Super Mario Bros., Super Mario Bros. 3, Super Mario World and New Super Mario Bros.
Nintendo also uploaded a video of the stage that shows it in action. It can be seen from the video that the stage will only be constructed right before a match starts, with a hand piecing the level together similar to how players create stages in Super Mario Maker. The stage will be different every time players have a match on it, leading to massive replay value for the upcoming Super Mario Maker level.
As the match unfolds and parts of the stage are destroyed, the hand that built the stage will come back to rebuild the parts that have been smashed by the players.
The inclusion of Super Mario Maker in Super Smash Bros. is a nod to the massive popularity of the title, which allows gamers to create their own Super Mario levels and play on ones that have been created by other gamers.
While there have been minor problems with the title, such as the absence of search filters when looking for playable Super Mario Maker levels, reviews for the game have mostly been positive, with the title being dubbed as possibly the defining title for the Nintendo Wii U.
To help gamers make the most out of Super Mario Maker, Nintendo has bundled a manual with all the copies of the game. The manual, which includes design examples and artwork, provides gamers with ideas on how to make their own levels such as how to use the green turtle shells, how to provide more height to Mario's jump and the areas of movement for enemies on courses.