A new Super Mario Maker web portal will provide a better way to look for new stages.
Super Mario Maker players have created some really fun, clever levels – but it’s very hard to find them in all the slush.
During today’s Nintendo Direct presentation, the platform holder announced a potential solution to the game’s discoverability problem: a web portal for browsing shared levels.
Players will be able to log into the site using their Nintendo IDs, and tag levels they like. Tagged levels will be easily accessible from the game’s menu on Wii U.
The site will launch in December, and will be mobile friendly for browsing on the go.
Nintendo said that Super Mario Maker players have shared over 3.3 million stages so far.