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The move comes in celebration of the number of custom sources exceeding 10 million, Nintendo said on Tuesday.
Nintendo doubled the number of courses players were able to upload once before, from 32 to 64, telling fans at the time that it would do so again in the future.
The latest tweak follows the release of Super Mario Maker 2’s version 2.0 update, which released in December with a host of new features, including a playable Link character.
The Legend of Zelda hero has several of his moves from the Nintendo adventure series, including the Master Sword, Bow and Bombs, and is available only in the 8-bit Super Mario Bros. style.
Version 2.0 also added a new Ninji Speedruns mode, which has players racing for the fastest time on courses created by Nintendo.
According to NPD Group, Super Mario Maker 2 set a new record high for launch month sales of a Mario Maker title, surpassing both the September 2015 release of Super Mario Maker and the December 2016 release of Super Mario Maker 3DS.
Super Mario Maker 2 has sold 3.93 million copies since it released in June, according to Nintendo.