First rumoured days before Nintendo’s Digital Event, Mario Maker was eventually revealed to show off what was essentially a level editor for Super Mario Bros. It is something that has been a long time coming; fans have requested this for years, but have settled for online flash modifications and level editors that felt glitchy and, well, unofficial. However, thanks to the Wii U GamePad, editing levels just became easier.
The game resembles Super Nintendo’s Mario Paint and there’s no shame in the developer admitting that’s where the majority of the inspiration came from. A neat little trick is currently being able to switch from 1985′s original Super Mario Bros. to 2013′s New Super Mario Bros. U and there are more variations in the works as well. It is scheduled for release in 2015, but we’ve surely decided what we’re going to do once we get our hands on it. Here's ten different levels we're all likely to create in Mario Maker.