Mario Builder 64, the tool to create new levels for Mario 64, is now available

Mario Builder 64, the tool to create new levels for Mario 64, is now available
Mario Builder 64, the tool to create new levels for Mario 64, is now available

Rovertronic and Arthurtilly have published Mario Builder 64, a level creation tool for Super Mario 64 that allows you to both design your own levels and access others created by the community; Above you can see a video of the tool in operation, with a few examples of new levels in case you want to see what can be done with it. At Romhacking.com you can download it.

Beyond the impressiveness of its own nature (it is not an independent program, but a hack from Super Mario 64; can be used on an original Nintendo 64 if you follow the instructions for it), the tool itself seems very intuitive and complete. Not only can you use the blocks from the original game, but there are all kinds of options to modify the theme of the levels, their skybox, the water level or the music; Additionally, there is also the possibility of customizing everything to go beyond what is possible in the original game.

Some of that is already built in, in fact. Rovertronic is the author of another famous hack, Beyond the Cursed Mirror, which adds things like a badge system that gives you powers and mechanics that aren’t in the original Mario 64. In Mario Builder 64 come those new mechanics and parts that Rovertronic invented for Beyond the Cursed Mirror, in case anyone wants to experiment with them.

It’s easy to imagine how this tool could have enormous value as a school in which to learn and experiment with level design in a well-known and proven environment (it’s been almost thirty years since its release, and with each passing year Mario 64 It’s better; it’s a truly prodigious game), and from here we just have to wait and see what ideas the very active game community has.

 
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