I thought people only stood with their mouths hanging open when in shock in comic books, but I did just that. Wh, what the…?! This is Mario Maker!! I bet you’ll be like this. ↓ “Can you really make something like this with Scratch? Is Scratch that good? Scratch is…, omg”. Really, this is amazing. By the way, I loaded it with Firefox and it loaded. It didn’t work with Chrome. This happens all the time. (I switched to the Turbo Warp version and then I was able to play.) It doesn’t matter if you don’t understand English. It’s mostly pictures, only a little English, so no big deal.
Here’s Mario Maker created by Brad-Games, the master of Mario in the Scratch world! Press CREATE on the menu screen to enter stage creation mode. In stage creation mode, click on the block in the lower left corner of the screen to place another block. Click on the block you want to place, then press any key to return to the previous screen. Once you have created a stage, you can of course play with it. When you have created a stage you are confident in, you can share it here. You can also enjoy other people’s stages by copying and loading the stages created by others.
Can you believe it? This is the real deal – a Kirby version of the much-dreamed-about Mario Maker. Previously, a free game called “Kirby Dream Crafter” was released, causing quite a stir, at least in my heart. There was even a version made in Scratch. I just found out about this game and had to share it with you all as soon as possible. I haven’t fully played it yet, so I will write a proper review later. For now, I just wanted to let you know about its existence. Thanks to the person who told me about it.