New Modes in New Super Mario Bros. U

New Modes in New Super Mario Bros. U

We have yet more exciting news for New Super Mario Bros. U, Nintendo have revealed new modes for the game.

First up, we have Challenge Mode. In this, you will be tasked with completing specific objectives – this may include beating a course without obtaining a single coin or touching the ground. This mode is split into four categories: Time Attack, Coin Collection, 1-Up Rally and Special.

You may have of the previously-announced “Boost Mode” already. If not, Boost Mode offers a more challenging take on the levels, and automatically scrolls, forcing you to keep up and run fast. There are now challenges within this Boost Mode for single players.

After successfully completing a challenge, the game will save a replay of your progress, allowing you and other players to show off your proudest achievements.

Coin Battle is a four-player romp that sees you and your buddies running through a course and compete to grab the most coins. Another player can also use the Wii U GamePad in Boost Mode to place Boost Blocks, which can assist you in collecting those hard-to-reach coins. Using the Wii U GamePad, you can edit and customise the coin layout in dedicated courses. The coin layout can then be saved and played by the players who are using Wii Remote controllers.

We also reported on brand new character in New Super Mario Bros. U today – you can check it out right here!

[Source: Official Nintendo Magazine UK]


Article from Gamersyndrome.com

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