Mario Maker 2 can promote some extraordinary level designers from the Nintendo community, but it can also serve as host to a plethora of trolling creators who just want to watch the world burn.
Released in June of 2019 on the Nintendo Switch, the second entry in the popular Mario Maker franchise saw the introduction of a wide range of new tools and creative features.
From a Super Mario 3D World theme to the implementation of online and local co-op creative mode, the sequel has given new tools to the great creators in the community and thus, the amusingly evil creators in the scene as well.
One such devious level has gone viral after the hilarious antics of a cocky player got the better of him online.
Clearly ahead in the race to the goal, rather than continuing on his path and reaching the finish line, the player controlling Mario instead decided to stay put and mock his competition that found themselves trapped below some troll Question Blocks.
BAHAHAHA MARIO KRIEGT EINFACH SO HARTES KARMA AB WIE GEIL pic.twitter.com/mQ4po1QAb4— Jauer (@Jauer_) September 29, 2019
After a few seconds of crouch spamming or ‘teabagging’ for those familiar, Mario simply dropped down to the next opening and soon found himself similarly trapped under some hidden blocks.
This hilarity unfolded right as Luigi was making his own way through the course, jumping straight overhead and reaching the goal without so much as a single interruption.
It’s safe to say that the Mario player was more than kicking themselves after that display, to let it all slip with victory just a single jump away.
Let this serve as a lesson to everyone Mario Maker competitor out there, finishing the level with class goes a lot further than arrogantly failing.
Recently we’ve seen popular streamers tackling near-impossible levels that require marathon sessions just to figure out.
Whether it’s trolling level designers or creators that want to tell a story through the tools of the game, it goes without saying that Mario Maker 2 leads to all sorts of entertainment.
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