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Nintendo has applied another update to Miiverse. This time around, the additions pertain to screenshots.

Nintendo has made a couple of changes. First up, users can now attach screenshots from their Screenshot Album to both posts and comments in the Discussions section. Additionally, it’s now possible to post saved screenshots as comments in the In-Game Posts section.

Here’s the notice from Nintendo’s Erika:

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Yesterday, KnapNok Games announced that a free update will be coming to Affordable Space Adventures on Thursday. This introduces five new levels in Origin Story while also implementing fixes and improvements.

The Affordable Space Adventures update was initially announced for Europe and Australia. A few hours ago, KnapNok also confirmed that the patch will be going live in North America on the same day.

Here’s the relevant tweet:


Affordable Space Adventures will be reduced by 20 percent starting on Thursday in Europe. We’ll let you know if the discount is made available in North America as well.

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The latest 3DS firmware update has gone live. Version 10.3.0-28, which is out worldwide, can be downloaded from the system settings.

There are no new features to speak of with today’s upgrade. Nintendo put out its usual line, indicating that it has improved system stability and made other small adjustments to improve the user experience.

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USGamer recently caught up with Super Mario Maker producer Takashi Tezuka and co-directors Yosuke Oshino and Yoshikazu Yamashita. Much of the discussion focused on the game’s brand new update. Topics include how the checkpoint system came about, whether or not we’ll see other updates in the future, and the possibility of extending the “Maker” idea to other series/concepts.

Head past the break for a roundup of these interview excerpts. You can also read up on the full talk here.

Super Mario Maker’s new update introduced some new features and functionality. But it also looks like it removed a number of glitches.

Those are as follows:

– There’s no longer permanent invulnerability triggered by entering doors on the last invulnerability frame after taking damage
– Super Mario World Trampolines no longer allow higher jumps when holding an item
– Invisible platforms created with Cloud Blocks and Hidden Question Blocks have been fixed

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Now that Super Mario Maker’s latest update is live, we’re expecting a bunch of footage to come in. We’re rounding up the notable videos we come across below. There’s also one after the break showing one of the new costumes.

Nintendo is now sending out Super Mario Maker’s latest update – version 1.20. It features the addition of checkpoints, a hard mode for Gnat Attack, Official Makers in Course World, and more.

We’ve posted the full patch notes as a refresher below. Note that you’ll need about 314.5MB of storage space for the download.

– Added the functionality to play Event Courses Users can unlock new Mystery Mushroom costumes when they clear certain Event Courses.
– Users will be able to play courses created by Official Makers in Course World.
– Added checkpoint flags.
– Added a small Easter egg in Course Maker.
– Added a hard mode in Gnat Attack minigame.
– Other adjustments for a more pleasant gaming experience.

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Comic Workshop 2 received its 1.2 update in Europe earlier this week. There’s now some good news to report on for North America, with Collavier confirming on Miiverse that the patch is due out there soon as well – apparently next week.

Two main aspects are behind the new update. Collavier has addressed some bugs, and has also added an auto-correction for curves.

Here’s the news from Miiverse:


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Nintendo published official patch notes for Super Mario Maker version 1.2.0, which goes live next Wednesday. They are as follows:

  • Added the functionality to play Event Courses Users can unlock new Mystery Mushroom costumes when they clear certain Event Courses.
  • Users will be able to play courses created by Official Makers in Course World.
  • Added checkpoint flags.
  • Added a small Easter egg in Course Maker.
  • Added a hard mode in Gnat Attack minigame.
  • Other adjustments for a more pleasant gaming experience.

As for the file size, you’ll need about 314.5MB of storage space.

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SDK Paint version 3 is releasing next week. That news comes from HullBreach Studios, who shared the news on Twitter today:


The new version of SDK Paint will add UCraft templates and a pixel brush. Additionally, new DLC will be available to purchase. Here’s the full rundown:


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