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My Super Mario Maker - Level Editor Screenshots
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Some of the people at was wondering about the software I use to make my Mario levels. Here are some snapshots of the editor I created from scratch:

Background Layer 1

Background Layer 2

Tile Palette for Background Layer 2

Backgrounds combined

Foreground Layer with Stage Options

This looks pretty cool, even if quite old-school in its interface design. May I ask what you made the editor in? Did you use some GUI framework for it, or did you directly code the editor in C++ using just raw Windows functionality?

Feel free to visit my website/blog - it's updated rarely, but it looks pretty cool!
RPG Hacker: To be honest, I made the level editor just using Visual C++ and Direct X.
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