Mary O.'s final challenge is to beat Yamamura in a course-creation battle. Who will come out on top?
This go-gettin' gal is fun and friendly. She also knows EVERYTHING about how to play Super Mario Maker! But when it comes to actually creating fun courses, well...thanks to Yamamura's helpful tips, she's getting pretty good!
He's a pigeon. That much is clear. For reasons beyond our understanding, he's also a master of Mario course creation. He loves edamame and long walks in the park.
(Happy New Year, my apprentice. 2016 is off to a great start.)
(Now then, let's get right to it and take a look at our courses from last time...)
You can play the course that Mary O. created, too!
(I see. I'll admit there's something fun about going through your course in a cloud rather than running across it like normal.)
You can play the course that Yamamura created, too!
(Here's my course. Behold!)
(I told you I wasn't messing around. That's why I tried using autoscroll for the first time. Now then... Let's find out who won this battle!)
(And the winner is—)
(Bahaha. The percentage of Stars per Play was 7% for you and 13% for me.)
(You had no chance, I'm afraid. After all, I am the master—I’ve been making courses for years! Or...months? How long has this game been out? Anyway, I'd like to say thank you to everyone who voted for me! As a token of my appreciation, I've prepared a special gift.)
(That's right! I asked the Super Mario Maker developers to create a special Yamamura costume for all of the Yamamura diehards out there who voted for my course.)
(Jealous? Well, since I'm something of a hero, I'm allowing even those who did not vote for my course to use my costume as well. All you have to do is go to Event Courses and clear "Cooooo! (Feat. Yamamura)." That will unlock the Yamamura costume.)
(True, but I'd like to say one last thing before we go our separate ways.)
(Please don't think that my way is the only way to create courses and that everything else is wrong.)
(I gave all those tips while I was editing courses you had already finished, right? That means those tips were mostly relevant to the final steps of the course-creation process. The polishing stage, if you will.)
(This might sound a bit hypocritical, but I honestly wasn't thinking too much about my creation virtue of "LOVE" while creating this course.)
(It's true! I was thinking, "How can I show off this red cannon?!" Of course, I still made adjustments to enhance the player's experience once I was in the tweaking phase. My point is that you should feel free to do whatever you want when you're creating a course from scratch.)
(Precisely. Don't let my tips stop you from getting experimental. If it doesn't work out, try again. Love is still an important ingredient, but love isn't just about thinking of others. It's also about being bold and daring and following your heart! There are infinite possibilities in course creation. The journey of learning new ways to make fun courses never ends!)
(That would be what I said. Still, well summarized, Mary O.!)
(Mary O. and Yamamura...
Coming to a theater near you!!)