has a new mode for experiencing player-created stages. It’s called Endless Challenge. It gives you handful of lives and tasks you with beating as many stages as you can before getting a “game over.” It’s similar to the last game’s 100-Mario Challenge. The difference is that it’s about setting a high score instead of getting to the end of a world map.
And when Super Mario Maker 2 launches June 28, I expect people to spend most of their time in the Endless Challenge mode (when they’re not making stages, that is).
is putting a lot of emphasis on Endless Challenge and the leaderboards. The publisher even cited the leaderboards as the reason it wouldn’t let friends team up online for 2-player Endless Challenge.