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The Super Mario Maker 2 Invitational 2019 tournament brought great players together to compete in special courses from the Super Mario Maker 2 game. You can check out some of the courses, get a few tips and tricks on how to play them, and learn how to find even more courses from the game’s Course World.


In the Super Mario Maker 2 game, players can explore their creativity by building their own courses. But in Course World, you can go online* and play courses made by other players around the world!



Did you know? You can find Nintendo official courses by searching for the Maker ID or Course ID. Here are a few official Nintendo Maker IDs:


  • NintendoUS – GC0-BJM-HBG
  • NintendoNM – NG6-WH6-9CG
  • NintendoEU – GPC-3HW-MFG
  • NintendoJP – 6MX-KJ2-Q9G


The NintendoUS Maker includes courses that you may have seen during the Super Mario Maker 2 Invitational 2019 tournament. Special guests got to compete in wild and unpredictable Super Mario Maker 2 courses designed by Nintendo’s Treehouse. If you’re looking for a challenge, these are great courses to try out!



Round I: Invitational 2019

Hint: If you take the right path, don’t forget to Ground Pound for the easiest way to the top.


Round II: Invitational 2019

Hint: This course was designed to play together. Pass a Joy-Con controller to a friend to see if you can clear it together—communication is key!


Finals I: Invitational 2019

Hint: The P-Switch must first be lifted off the ground to reach the goal.


Finals II: Invitational 2019

Hint: To complete this course as quickly as possible, while climbing to the top, try using the midair spin move by pressing any of the following buttons [ L / R / ZL / ZR ] while in the air.


Finals III: Invitational 2019

Hint: Don’t forget that Mario can crouch, even while riding Yoshi.


Finals IV: Invitational 2019

Hint: This challenging finale from the Super Mario Maker 2 Invitational 2019 rewards the brave and bold. For much of the course, it’s important to keep your momentum rather than taking it slow. And remember that holding the A button makes Mario jump higher, but sometimes a normal jump is all that’s needed, which is done with a quick tap of the A button. Good luck!


*Nintendo Switch Online membership (sold separately) and Nintendo Account required for online features. Not available in all countries. Internet access required for online features. Terms apply.

ESRB Rating: Everyone with Mild Cartoon Violence