Super Mario Maker (stage)
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Super Mario Maker is a stage available as downloadable content for both Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Super Smash Bros. for Wii U. As the name implies, it is based on Super Mario Maker for Wii U. It was released on September 30, 2015, and can be purchased for US$2.49 for either the Nintendo 3DS or Wii U version alone, or US$3.49 in a bundle.
The stage is randomly generated similar to Tortimer Island from the 3DS version (although to a greater extent), and over time, switches between the different game themes present in Super Mario Maker: Super Mario Bros., Super Mario Bros. 3, Super Mario World, and New Super Mario Bros. U. At the start of the match, players start off on the pink blocks that appear in the original game when Mario is positioned above a hazard before testing a level, while the hand seen on the television screen when placing elements sets the layout of the stage. Many objects from Super Mario Maker, including ? Blocks, Brick Blocks and Warp Pipes, serve as platforms in the stage, and the stage itself appears to take place in the Ground setting. Hazards such as moving platforms, Ice Blocks, Donut Blocks, and lava can also be placed, and behave identically to their Mario counterparts (with the exception of lava, which instead deals fire damage and knockback). If any Brick Blocks are broken during a match, the hand will appear to replace the blocks. At random points, enemies such as Bullet Bills, a Lakitu and a Koopa Troopa and Hammer Bro on Lakitu Clouds, and a Goomba in a Koopa Clown Car will fly by in the background.
While the stage is heavily based on Super Mario Maker, there are some elements in the stage that are not possible to recreate in the original game, such as the ability to include sloped surfaces, lava to a Ground setting and lava that doesn't cover the whole length of the stage.
Similar to Dream Land in Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS, if the "Style Switch: Ground Theme" song choice is selected, the music changes to reflect the current style of the stage. For example, if the stage is currently in the Super Mario World style, the Ground Theme from that game will play.
The Omega form of the stage is set on a flat platform with no other course elements and a slanted edge before the ledge. While the stage will still change game themes over time, the stage itself will retain the same layout.
Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS
Super Smash Bros. for Wii U
A majority of the songs for this stage are reused from other Mario stages in the game.
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