Course creators in Super Mario Maker continue to astound and amaze, from levels that take nearly three days to beat to creating ways to make checkpoints after Nintendo left them out. We’ve seen no lack of talent from the game’s audience and this newest level proves that you can be creative even when you break the game.
InsaneMonte has created a bullet hell level that utilizes the item overload glitch that slows down the action on the screen when a massive amount of items are there. Using cannons on a revolving platform, the game slows down considerably as you navigate the level and avoid the cannons as they’re fired.
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