Super Mario Maker And Yoshi’s Woolly World Are Headed To The Nintendo 3DS


Super Mario Maker And Yoshi's Woolly World Are Headed To The Nintendo 3DS

Super Mario Maker and Yoshi’s Woolly World are making the jump from Wii U to 3DS on December 2 and February 2017 respectively, Nintendo has announced.

Revealed during today’s Nintendo Direct presentation, both titles will make the transition from home console to handheld largely untouched, although there are a few important differences that you’ll want to know about.

Super Mario Maker on 3DS, which became a hit when it landed on Wii U last year, will offer the same opportunities for creating and sharing levels, including the easily accessible creation suite. However, there’s one big key change that’s likely going to be a deal breaker for many. Unlike the Wii U version, which allows players to upload their own levels online for the world to enjoy, the 3DS iteration will only allow you do so over Wi-Fi.

As for Yoshi’s Woolly World, it’s undergoing a name change for 3DS and will be released under the name Poochy & Yoshi’s Woolly World on February 3. Why the rebranding? Well, lovable mutt Poochy is being implemented as a playable character for this version, and there’s even an amiibo for the character being released, too.

Speaking of amiibo, a whole new batch of the collectable figures were revealed during the Nintendo Direct stream, including some swanky Zelda-themed ones.

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