Super Mario Maker players have uploaded more than 3.3 million courses so far, and one of the game's few deficiencies is that its search options are pretty lackluster. Nintendo is solving this issue not with new in-game features, but with a website, the company announced during a Nintendo Direct presentation today.
Nintendo is launching a website that will allow people to search for Super Mario Maker courses on a computer or mobile device. Users will be able to sort levels by filters such as full auto and time attack. Nintendo's Bill Trinen said the website "lets you find the right courses faster."
Super Mario Maker's web portal is scheduled to go live in December. For more on the game, check out our review, and watch Trinen explain the website in the video above.