Christmas is right around the corner, and Nintendo fans have chosen to commemorate the holiday by creating tons of festive levels in Super Mario Maker. These levels use everything from icy landscapes to massive makeshift Christmas trees. Some users have even gone so far as to create huge versions of toy factories, houses, and fireworks displays.
Twitter has compiled a list of some of the best fan-made festive levels that Super Mario Maker has to offer. Here is the full list of them, in no particular order:
“Merry Christmas: Mario Claus?” by GeralSmile
Course ID: A804 – 0000 – 0104 – 9614
“This course even snows!”
This festive wonderland uses cannons and clouds to simulate the fall of winter snow.
“Tobi’s Winter Wunderland” by Tobi
“You’ll struggle to find a more festive course than this!”
This cute adventure through a festive landscape sees the use of huge Christmas trees and icy platforms.
“Tingle’s Christmas Switch On” by Lukey Boy
Course ID: CB00-0000-00E7-4045
“See Tingle do his best Santa’s elf impression!”
Play as Tingle in a massive toy factory, doing his best to become one of Santa’s elves.
“Holly Jolly Hills” by Collin
Course ID: 2700-0000-0112-F159
“What’s better than presents? Giant presents full of coins!”
Make your way through a world of giant, deadly presents, filled with treasure. You play as Mario, trapped in a Christmas stocking.
“Bad Elf” by Andrew
Course ID: 2B38-0000-0119-206B
“Help Tingle race against time to deliver presents on Christmas Eve.”
Play as Tingle, entering several houses through the rooftops and delivering presents on Christmas Eve. Race against the clock to be able to visit them all!
“Kingdom Christmas Parade” by Matt
Course ID: 03E4-0000-0117-29EB
“Bound over a series of floats to set off the fireworks!”
Jump around on tons of moving, Mario-themed Christmas floats, in order to get to the end and release an explosion of festive fireworks.
Play as many of these courses as you can! What do you think? Which of these is your favorite? Let us know in the comments below!
If you have created any festive courses of your own, share them in the comments!