Get Over It!

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Not to be confused with Get Over It.
Get Over It!
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Game Super Mario Maker 2
Game style New Super Mario Bros. U style
Theme(s) Jungle
Difficulty ★★★☆
Time limit 300 seconds
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Get Over It! is the fifty-third course in the Story Mode of Super Mario Maker 2. It is set in the jungle theme and in the New Super Mario Bros. U style. It is posted by Basement Musician, and has a difficulty rating of 3/4 stars. Its name comes from the phrase "get over it", meaning to accept what has happened in the past and move on.


The level begins with a drop leading to a Warp Pipe. Afterwards, Mario must slide down a wall to a ? Block containing a Super Mushroom, then slide down another wall leading to some Swinging Claws. The next chasm features some moving Grinders followed by a Snake Block that Mario must activate. A few more Grinders appear infrequently on either side of the Snake Block, and Mario will then be led to the Warp Pipe that leads to the Goal Pole.


"Wall jumps are great! Just press B Button while sliding down a wall to jump off of it! This course is all about having fun with wall jumps, so don't stress! Although if you mess up, you'll fall directly into a lake of boiling poison, so maybe stress a little."


Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese カベキックでやりすごせ!
Kabe Kikku de Yarisugose!
Get Past It with Wall Jumps!
Chinese (Simplified) 利用踢墙跳过关吧!
Lìyòng Tīqiángtiào Guòguān ba!
Clear the Level using Wall Jumps!
Chinese (Traditional) 用踢牆跳跨越難關吧!
Yòng Tīqiángtiào Kuàyuè Nán'guān ba!
Get Past the Difficult Course using Wall Jumps!
Dutch Aan de muur gekleefd Stuck to the Wall
French De mur en mur From Wall to Wall
German Die Ballade vom Wandsprung The Ballad of the Wall Jump
Italian Ci faccio un salto (a parete)!
Korean 벽차기로 버텨라!
Byeokchagiro beotyeora!
Survive by Wall Jumping!
Russian Через тернии к звездам!
Cherez ternii k zvyozdam!
Literally "Over Thorns to the Stars!", but the idiom also means getting to great things through difficult challenges.
Spanish (NOA) ¡A escalar! To climb!
Spanish (NOE) ¡A escalar se ha dicho! Let's Climb, I Said!