Back when the game released last September, one of the biggest complaints about Super Mario Maker was the lack of a proper search option; players weren’t able to simply search for levels in a traditional sense. They instead had to either find them through pre-generated filters or look them up using a course ID. Nintendo largely fixed the issue with the release of the Super Mario Maker Bookmark site, but apparently that wasn’t enough for some fans. Now, a group of those fans have created, a bookmark site that boasts even more search options than the official site.

The fan site’s extra features include the ability for players to easily group levels together into a world or complete game; then, other players can easily choose to play the world or game with one click, rather than having to bookmark each level separately or search for each level’s ID separately. The site also features a tagging system for levels that will allow players to easily find levels that they want, such as one-screen puzzles and kaizo levels. The site is currently in beta, and the creators have tons of other ideas coming down the line, including user created races, level design contests, and more. They’re also taking suggestions for features and bug-fixes on their GitHub page and Discord chat.

You can check out the site by clicking right here.

Source: Reddit

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Greetings Gamnesiacs! I'm Elijah Holt, a Associate Editor coming at you live from beautiful Alabama. My love for gaming started at an early age and has ingrained a love for two different gaming companies in my mind. On one side, my love of the Nintendo 64 and my countless hours spent perfecting the first few levels of Super Mario 64 (I was never good enough to get past those...maybe if they release it for the Wii U eShop someday...) resulted in my love for everything Nintendo; meanwhile, I also owned an original PlayStation, which has resulted in me currently owning a PS3 and PS4 for a few Sony exclusives and third-party titles. I'm a recent graduate of Auburn University, where I majored in Software Engineering. I currently work in DevOps as an Automation Engineer. I look forward to continuing to provide the finest content on the internet to loyal Gamnesia readers like you. Want to contact me? You can always shoot me an email at [email protected]


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