Super Mario Maker 2 looks amazing and I'm excited to play the new game. For those who like me, they are excited popular YouTuber and Mario Expert Ceave Gaming has figured out how to recreate some of the new features seen in Super Mario Maker 2 in the original game
Ceave Gaming has Mario games and wanted to see if he could recreate some of the new Features of the Super Mario Maker 2 features, like slopes, in the original WiiU
Mario Maker Ceave used a series of enemies stacked on top of one and another to create a gradual incline. Then, on top of them, he placed Bullet Bill launchers, creating a solid slope. This trick takes advantage of the fact that Koopas and Spinys are of different sizes. It's simple and surprisingly effective.
Auto-scrolling levels required a more complex recreation. These were not part of the original game and to get them to work, Ceave used Bullet Bill launchers that were placed on top of the shells. These shells then hit the springs, music blocks and other Mario Maker parts to change their speed and direction.
Add some saw blades and you have a challenging auto-scrolling level inside the original
The whole video is a wonderful exploration of what is truly possible if you push the tools and features of the original game to their limit. Sure, in Super Mario Maker 2 These new features will most likely be easier to implement and work more how players remember