Theres a lot to love about the original Super Mario 3D World, not least seeing adorable explorer Captain Toad end up being playable for the very first time in a set of fun no-combat puzzle levels.
These levels will quickly offer four-player multiplayer for the very first time, as part of upcoming Switch re-release Super Mario 3D World + Bowsers Fury.
Gamers can collaborate and play as four members of the Toad Brigade in regional or online multiplayer (Captain Toad, plus his Yellow, Green and Blue sidekicks). Heres a look at that in action:
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Did you understand Super Mario 3D World was the first time Captain Toad was playable in his own mini-adventures? Experience these courses in four-player co-op in Super Mario 3D World + Bowser?s Fury. pic.twitter.com/94aLB4CxsI— Super Mario UK (@SuperMario_UK) January 20, 2021
Itll be fascinating to see a few of the brand-new completion times possible when 4 gamers are scooting around these levels all at once.
A little disappointingly, theres no choice to play as Toadette – who ended up being playable in the complete Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker spin-off.
Super Mario 3D World + Bowsers Fury uses four-player online and regional multiplayer for all original levels, however simply two-player for its Bowsers Fury growth. Recently Nintendo showed off Bowsers Fury appropriately for the very first time, and exposed that Mario would coordinate with Bowser Jr. to fight the latters supersized daddy.