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Between the Super Mario Maker games, Miitopia, and now the soon to be released Game Builder Garage, the last decade has seen Nintendo embrace the creativity of its players to produce fun content for all to experience. It’s amazing to see the creativity of the communities that form around these games — whether they’re crafting incredible characters in Miitopia’s expanded Mii Maker tool or designing intricate courses in Super Mario Maker 2 — but for Nintendo offering creative suites and platforms to players is actually nothing new.
The ease of access to online sharing and social media has made it simpler for players to share their creations, and this has resulted in an explosion of games that foster and thrive on creativity. But even going as far back as the 1980s, Nintendo has been looking at ways to let their players get creative — in this article, we wanted to highlight some of the best.
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