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Super Mario Maker: New Generation
Developer(s) Nintendo EAD Group No. 4
Publisher(s) Nintendo
Platform(s) Wii Extriime
Genre(s) Level Creator, Platformer
Release Date(s)
Media Included Optical Disc, Digital Download
Available Input TBA
Max. amount of players 2
Super Mario Maker (previously called Super Mario D.I.Y.) is a game creator application for the Wii Extriime which allows players to insert blocks, enemies, items, and more from the Super Mario series to create and share their own 2D Super Mario levels. This game is the successor to Super Mario Maker on the Wii U. This game contains more elements and enemies than the previous installment in the Super Mario Maker series.

Pre-title Screen Animations

Each day the boot screen has a different animation.

Sunday- Four Koopa Troopas attempt to pull a Thwomp, when a Bully rams into the Thwomp, pushing them all to the other side of the screen.







Title Screen

In a similar fashion to Mario Paint, the title screen is highly interactive. A randomly generated stage will appear, and players have the option to choose "Create" and edit the stage, or "Play", to choose either Course World or 10 Mario Challenge. Players can even complete the stage before starting. Each letter will cause a different effect on the game title screen.

  • SUPER-
  • M-
  • A-
  • R-
  • I-
  • O- The O will turn into a Grinder temporarily before turning back into an O.
  • M-
  • A-
  • K-
  • E-
  • R-
  • NEW-
  • Clicking randomly on the screen will summon an enemy.
  • Dragging the stylus on the screen will produce a stream of magic dust, similar to how Kamek powers up an enemy like in the Yoshi's Island and New Super Mario Bros. games.

Game Styles

  • Super Mario Bros.
  • Super Mario Bros. (All Stars)
  • Super Mario Bros. 2
  • Super Mario Bros. 2 (All Stars)
  • Super Mario Bros. 3
  • Super Mario Bros. 3 (All Stars)
  • Super Mario World
  • Modern
  • Paper Mario (DLC)
  • Toontown (amiibo Unlockable)

Bold- Available from start

Course Themes

  • Overworld
  • Snow
  • Underground
  • Sewer
  • Athletic
  • Clouds
  • Desert
  • Beach
  • Underwater
  • Ghost House
  • Airship
  • Airship Bunker
  • Castle
  • Valley
  • Volcano
  • Forest
  • Space
  • Mountain
  • Bonus

Bold- Available from start

Course Elements

Since Super Mario Maker: New Generation has far more course elements than its predecessor, course elements are divided into categories, shown below.


  • Blocks (Shake to turn upside-down or into Used Block)
  • Brick Blocks (Shake to turn into Rotating Blocks)
  • Hidden ? Block (Shake for Hidden Note Block)
  • Wooden Blocks (breakable by various objects; can have objects put into)
  • Ice Blocks (breakable/meltable by various objects; can have objects put into)
  • Note Blocks
  • Ground
  • Cloud Blocks (Solid-from-top)
  • Donut Lifts (Shake for Fast-Falling Donut)
  • POW Blocks (Shake for Red POW Blocks)
  • Spike Traps (Shake for Extending Spike Traps)
  •  ! Blocks
  • Triangle Blocks
  • Skewers (Shake to turn into Wooden Skewers)
  • Stretch Block
  • Snake Block
  • Slopes
  • Spikes (Shake to turn into Falling Spikes)
  • Roulette Blocks (Items can be customizable)
  • Grab Blocks
  • Tracks
  • Crates
  • Spin Block
  • Mushroom Block
  • Platform Block
  • Spiked ? Block
  • Sinking Ground
  • Moving Ground
  • Coin Roulette
  • Arrow Block
  • Growing Block
  • Wooden Steak
  • Light Block
  • Rectangular ? Block
  • Sliding Stone
  • Trap Block
  • Planet
  • Color Block (Tap to change color)
  • Thwomp Block
  • P-Block (Activated by P-Switch; Tap to change block)

Platforms and Climbable Objects

  • Semi-Solid Platform (Shake to change appearance)
  • One-Way Wall
  • Mushroom platforms (Shake to change color)
  • Lifts (Moves back and forth; tap to change direction; Shake to turn into Falling Lift)
  • Conveyor Belts (Tap to change direction; Shake to change speed)
  • Vines (Shake to turn into Ladders)
  • Skull Rafts (Shake to change speed)
  • Ropes
  • Tilting Platforms
  • 4-Way Spinning Platform
  • 5-Item Raft
  • Flipswitch
  • Switchboards
  • Snake Panels
  • Flip-Swap Platforms
  • Shrinking Platform
  • Girders
  • Swinging Platform
  • Bolt Platform
  • Bumper Platform
  • Palm Tree
  • Rotating Platform
  • Tilting Platform
  • Rotating Platform
  • Trampoline Cloud
  • Fence
  • Rope
  • Pole
  • Reznor Wheel
  • Ferris Wheel Lifts
  • Rolling Hill
  • See-saw Platform
  • Escalator
  • Countdown Lift
  • Countdown Switch
  • Arrow Lift
  • Spinning Platform
  • Sliding Stone
  • Tilting Mushroom Platform (Shake for Stretching Mushroom Platform)
  • Mushroom Elevator (Shake for Mushroom Trampoline)
  • Rolling Log
  • Spine Coaster
  • Stone-Eye
  • Spinning Star
  • Screwtop Lift
  • Ledge (Shake for Tightrope)
  • Trampoline Branch
  • Chained Platform
  • Switch Lift
  • Spider Web
  • Drawbridge
  • Snowy Tree
  • Flipspike Platform
  • Dorrie (Shake for Plessie)

Warp Items

  • Warp Pipes (Vase in SMB2 styles; can be rotated in 8 different directions; Tap to change color)
  • Doors (Shake for Locked Doors)
  • P-Doors
  • Pipe Doors
  • Boss Door
  • Tilted Pipes
  • Jet Pipes
  • Moving Pipes
  • Big Pipes
  • Mini Pipes
  • Pipe Path
  • Warp Block (Shake for Mystery Box)


  • Coins (Shake for Dash Coins)
  • Key Coins
  • P-Coins (Activated by P-Switch)
  • Arrow Signs
  • Koopa Clown Copter (Shake to turn into Fire, Ice, or Puncher Koopa Clown Copter)
  • Sprouts
  • Vegetables (Shake to change into different vegetables)
  • Checkpoint Flag (Checkpoint Gate in Super Mario World style; only 1 allowed per sub-level)
  • Wings (shake to turn into parachute)
  • Springboards (Shake to turn sideways)
  • P-Switches (Shake for Silver P-Switches or Gold P-Switches)
  • Key
  • Lock
  • Red Ring + Red Coins
  • Cherries
  • Bumpers
  • Ball ‘n Chain (Shake to turn into Pendulum)
  • Spiked Ball
  • Sky Pop
  • Papercraft
  • Yoshi Berries
  •  ? Cloud
  • Star Coin (Shake for Moon Coin; optional)
  • Green Star (Shake for Super Gem; optional)
  • Stamp (Optional)
  •  ! Switch (Shake for ? Switch)
  • Bubble
  • Water Bubble
  • Big Green Bubble
  • +Clock (10, 50, and 100 second)
  • Crusher
  • Barrel
  • Control Coins
  • Diggable Sand
  • Sea Mine
  • Ball (Shake for Ball Bomb)
  • Soccer Bomb
  • Chomp Rock
  • Boost Panel
  • Melon (Shake for Fire Melon; Shake again for Ice Melon; Shake again for Water Melon)
  • Balloon
  • Crystal Tap (Raises water level; Unavailable when no water in level)
  • Rabbit
  • Power Pellet (Shake for Big Pellet)
  • Banana (Shake for Banana Bunch)
  • Star Bits
  • Star Bit Comet
  • Bubble Shooter (Drag items onto to shoot other stuff)
  • Sprixie Princess (Tap to change)
  • Moving Wheel


  • Water (cannot be used in Underwater theme; height can be adjusted; can be adjusted to rise and lower)
  • Lava (height can be adjusted; can be adjusted to rise and lower)
  • Poison Water (height can be adjusted; can be adjusted to rise and lower)
  • Toxic Gas (height can be adjusted; can be adjusted to rise and lower)
  • Quicksand
  • Icicles
  • Ice Mass
  • Waterfall
  • Possessor
  • Heavy Snow
  • Black Hole

Goals and Checkpoints

  • Goal Poles (SMB, Modern, and Paper Mario styles)
  • Bird Gate (SMB2 styles)
  • Goals (SMB3 styles)
  • Giant Gates (SMW style)
  • Tunnel (Toontown style)
  • Boss bridges and Axes (Castle theme)
  • Elevator (Toontown Cog Facility Themes)
  •  ? Ball
  • Checkpoint Flag (All styles)
  • Checkpoint Gate (SMB2 styles; Shake for Checkpoint Flag)
  • Checkpoint Roulette (SMB3 styles; Shake for Checkpoint Flag)
  • Checkpoint Gate (SMW style; Shake for Checkpoint Flag)
  • Checkpoint Sign (Paper Mario style; Shake for Checkpoint Flag)
  • Checkpoint Gate (Toontown style; Shake for Checkpoint Flag)

Unlockable by Event Courses

  • Kart
  • Bike
  • ATV
  • Tennis Racket
  • Golf Club
  • Power-Up Barrels
  • Sellbot VP (Shake for Cashbot CFO,  Lawbot CJ, or Bossbot CEO)
  • Skateboard (Shake for Surfboard)
  • Skateboard Floor
  • Skateboard Ramp


Main Subject:


Enemies are also divided up into their own category, but they can also be divided up by game by option.

Super Mario Bros.

  • Blooper (Shake for Blooper Nanny)
  • Bill Blaster (Shake for Bull's-Eye Bill Blaster; can shoot various objects)
  • Bullet Bill (Shake for Bull's-Eye Bill; Torpedo Ted underwater)
  • Buzzy Beetle (Shake for Buzzy Beetle Shelmet)
  • Cheep Cheep (Tap to change color + abilities)
  • Firebar (Shake for Icebar)
  • Goomba (Shake for Galoomba)
  • Hammer Bro.
  • Koopa Troopa (Tap to change color + abilities)
  • Lakitu (Shake to remove from cloud; can throw various items and enemies)
  • Podoboo (Shake for Blue Podoboo)
  • Piranha Plant
  • Spiny (Shake for Spiny Shelmet)
  • Bowser (Shake for Dry Bowser)

Super Mario Bros. 2

  • Albatoss
  • Autobomb (Can shoot various objects)
  • Beezo
  • Bob-omb (Shake to light)
  • Cobrat
  • Flurry
  • Hoopster
  • Ninji (Shake to make them chase the player)
  • Ostro
  • Panser (Shake for Green Panser; Shake again for Blue Panser)
  • Phanto
  • Pidget
  • Pokey (Shake for Green Pokey)
  • Porcupo
  • Shy Guy (Shake for Sniffit; Shake again for Snufit)
  • Spark
  • Trouter
  • Tweeter
  • Birdo
  • Mouser
  • Tryclyde
  • Fryguy
  • Clawgrip
  • Wart

Super Mario Bros. 3

  • Micro-Goomba (Goomba + Mini Mushroom)
  • Red Paragoomba
  • Spike (Shake for Stone Spike)
  • Buster Beetle
  • Para-Beetle (Buzzy Beetle + Wings)
  • Muncher
  • Nipper Plant
  • Ptooie
  • Fire Piranha Plant (Piranha Plant + Fire Flower)
  • Fire Bro. (Hammer Bro. + Fire Flower)
  • Boomerang Bro. (Hammer Bro. + Boomerang Flower)
  • Sledge Bro. (Hammer Bro. + Super Mushroom)
  • Boo (Shake for Boo Buddies)
  • Dry Bones
  • Bowser Statue
  • Hot Foot (Shake for Cold Foot)
  • Roto-Disc
  • Thwomp (Shake for Whomp)
  • Big Bertha
  • Blooper Nanny (Accessible by shaking Blooper)
  • Boss Bass (Shake for Porcupuffer)
  • Jelectro
  • Lava Lotus (Underwater Volcano Lotus)
  • Spiny Cheep Cheep (Accessible by tapping Cheep Cheep)
  • Angry Sun (Shake for Angry Moon)
  • Fire Snake
  • Tweester
  • Chain Chomp (Shake to make loose)
  • Fire Chomp (Shake for Ice Chomp)
  • Cannon and Cannonball (Shake for Fast Cannon and Fast Cannonball)
  • Bull's-Eye Bill (Accessible by shaking Bullet Bill)
  • Burner
  • Rocky Wrench (Accessible by shaking Monty Mole)
  • Boom Boom (Shake for Pom Pom)
  • Larry
  • Morton
  • Wendy
  • Iggy
  • Roy
  • Lemmy
  • Ludwig

Super Mario World

  • Amazing Flying Hammer Bro.
  • Ball n' Chain (Shake for Pendulum)
  • Banzai Bill (Bullet Bill + Super Mushroom)
  • Beach Koopa
  • Big Green Bubble
  • Big Steely
  • Blargg
  • Blurp (replaces Green Cheep Cheeps in this style)
  • Bony Beetle
  • Boo Block
  • Boo Buddies (Accessible by shaking Boo)
  • Boo Buddy Snake
  • Chainsaw
  • Chargin' Chuck
  • Ceiling Stomper
  • Dino Torch (Give Super Mushroom for Dino Rhino)
  • Eerie
  • Fishin' Lakitu (Shake for Fishin' Boo)
  • Fishbones
  • Gold Bowser Statue (Bowser Statue + Gold Flower)
  • Grinder
  • Hothead
  • Jumping Piranha Plant
  • Kamikaze Koopa
  • Lil' Sparky
  • Magikoopa
  • Mechakoopa
  • Mega Mole (Monty Mole + Mega Mushroom)
  • Monty Mole (Shake for Rocky Wrench)
  • Muncher
  • Porcupuffer (Accessible by shaking Boss Bass)
  • Rex
  • Rip Van Fish
  • Sea Mine
  • Skewer (Shake for Wooden Skewer)
  • Skull Box
  • Spike Top
  • Sumo Bro.
  • Super Koopa (Beach Koopa + Cape Feather)
  • Swoop
  • Twimp (Thwomp + Mini Mushroom)
  • Torpedo Ted (Underwater Bullet Bill)
  • Urchin
  • Volcano Lotus (Lava Lotus when underwater)
  • Wiggler (Shake to make angry)

Super Mario World 2: Yoshi's Island

Super Mario 64

  • Amp
  • Bomp (Pops out from background)
  • Bully (Takes on SM3DW style and size in Modern and Paper Mario themes)
  • Chuckya (Shake for King Bob-omb)
  • Fwoosh
  • Grindel (Shake for Spindel)
  • Heave-Ho
  • Kuromame (Now called Flamer)
  • Mad Piano
  • Moneybag
  • Mr. Blizzard
  • Mr. I
  • Pyro Burner
  • Scuttlebug (Shake for Skeeter)
  • Snufit (Accessible by shaking Shy Guy)
  • Spindrift
  • Sushi
  • Tox Box
  • Unagi
  • Whomp (Accessible by shaking Thwomp)

Super Mario 3D Land

  • Pom Pom (Accessible by shaking Boom Boom)

Super Mario 3D World

New Super Mario Bros. series

  • Pendulum (Accessible by shaking Ball n' Chain)
  • Stone Spike (Accessible by shaking Spike)


New Enemies


  • Super Mushroom (Shake to turn into Poison Mushroom)
  • Fire Flower (Shake to turn into Gold Flower)
  • Super Star (Shake for Rainbow Mushroom)
  • Super Leaf (Shake to turn into Statue Leaf; Shake again to turn into P-Wing)
  • Super Bell
  • Double Cherry
  • Mega Mushroom (Shake to turn into Mini Mushroom)
  • Super Acorn (Shake to turn into P-Acorn)
  • Boomerang Flower (Shake to turn into Hammer Suit)
  • Frog Suit (Shake to turn into Penguin Suit)
  • Ice Flower (Shake to turn into Frozen Flower)
  • Cape Feather (Shake to turn into Super Carrot)
  • P-Balloon (Shake to turn into Blimp Fruit)
  • Wing Cap
  • Vanish Cap
  • Metal Cap
  • Cloud Flower
  • Dash Pepper
  • Bulb Berry
  • Super Pickax
  • 1-Up Mushroom (Shake to turn into 3-Up Moon or 5-Up Star)
  • Goomba's Shoe (Shake to turn into Goomba's Stiletto or Goomba's Skate)
  • Podoboo’s Shoe (Goomba’s Shoe + Fire Flower)
  • Paragoomba’s Shoe (Goomba’s Shoe + Wings)
  • Thwomp's Shoe
  • Buzzy Beetle Shelmet (Accessible by shaking Buzzy Beetle)
  • Spiny Shelmet (Accessible by shaking Spiny)
  • Yoshi Egg (Shake to change color)
  • Baby Yoshi Egg (Shake to change color)
  • Propeller Mushroom (Shake to turn into Propeller Box)
  • Light Box
  • Cannon Box
  • Potted Piranha Plant
  • Big Mushroom (Pixel Mario amiibo exclusive)
  • Shiny Star (Paper Mario style exclusive)
  • Blue Spiny Shell
  • Billy Gun
  • Flame Thrower
  • F.L.U.D.D. (Shake for Poltergust 3000 or Poltergust 5000)
  • Ink Flower

Special/Optional Features

These features are optional and can change the gameplay of the level.

Sub-Areas- When unlockable, players will be able to drag Mario down a pipe creating a sub-level. Up to two sub-levels can be made, making a total of three levels to be able to work with.

Sound Effects- Sound effects can be placed into the level when Soundfrog is tapped. These sound effects can be dragged onto the foreground, blocks, enemies, and even Mario himself.

Secret Exits- Two exits in one course! These can come in Secret Goals or Keyholes.

Autoscroll (Slow, Medium, Fast)- The course will scroll by itself.

Vertical Levels- This option turns the course from horizontal to vertical.

Two-Sided Levels- Go through the left, come out through the right (and vice-versa)!

Dark Levels- The level is completely dark except for the light around Mario and (some) enemies. When a Super Star is collected, the whole level lights up.

Collectibles- Star Coins, Green Stars, and Stamps can be added into the course for more exploring variety.

Meteor Shower- Meteors will fall from the sky and onto the ground. These meteors can break certain blocks.

Fog- The level will be covered in fog.

Wind- Wind can push the player forward or backwards.

Cosmic Clone- Cosmic Clones will appear and follow the player.

Autoscroll Patterns- Autoscroll that follows select patterns. Patterns can be controlled to go horizontally, vertically, or diagonally using the buttons on the screen or the Analog Stick or Control Pad.

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