April 1, 2016 6:27 am Published by 2 Comments

The new event course is out and Starfy can’t wait to get acquainted with all of us, so turn on your Wii U’s everyone and insert the game disc because Starfy is waiting!

To no surprise, Starfy takes the #131 spot, “starting off” a new of 10, although funnily enough, depending on your skill and how much time you sink into Super Mario Maker’s 100 Mario Challenge, playing both Expert and Super Expert Mode, Starfy could very well easily be the costume that finishes off the row. Now what of his course? We’ll be dashing from a palace to an underwater world in no time at all, but to best the aquatic landscape, you’ll have to find the tunnel back to the mainland, before dipping your toe (or point as a star has 5 of them,) once more into the water.


It’s certainly not one of the longest event courses, but it is worth the play as each course gives us more insight into how Nintendo like to create their personal levels for the newer costumes. To check out the description for his course and see Starfy’s character trailer, you can find both below:


Starfy, Prince of Pufftop Palace:

Starfy discovered a mysterious lift in Pufftop Palace. He’d never seen anything like it in the floating sky-castle before, but he got on and it took him to the strange world of Super Mario Maker! This is scary…” he thought. “I want to go home…

Can you fend off the aquatic dangers and guide him safely to the goal?

Starfy is in no way the last costume we’ll see make it into the game, but he might be the last one we see for a couple of weeks, which is something Nintendo have done before with the mystery mushroom costumes. But good news, we might now be a whole lot closer to getting the Knight of Shovelry to appear in Super Mario Maker, as Nintendo are to publish the game for its release in Japan, so if that doesn’t seal the deal, I don’t know what will. Be sure to let us know who you would like to see get the Super Mario Maker costume treatment, in the comments below!



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