See the Nintendo Photos for Facebook & Super Mario Maker Hackathon Event

To celebrate the launch of the Super Mario Maker game for the Wii U console, Nintendo hosted a special “hackathon” event at Facebook headquarters in Menlo Park on July 28 and July 29.

Here are the photos from the live event:

Mario pays a visit to Facebook headquarters in Menlo Park on Wednesday, July 29, 2015. During a “hackathon” event, Facebook employees created their own levels for the upcoming Super Mario Maker game for Nintendo's Wii U home console. The top level, as selected by Nintendo and Facebook judges, will be made available to players for free after the game launches on the 11th of September. (Photo by Alison Yin/Invision for Nintendo/Facebook/AP Images)
Mario pays a visit to Facebook headquarters in Menlo Park on Wednesday, July 29, 2015. During a “hackathon” event, Facebook employees created their own levels for the upcoming Super Mario Maker game for Nintendo’s Wii U home console. The top level, as selected by Nintendo and Facebook judges, will be made available to players for free after the game launches on the 11th of September. (Photo by Alison Yin/Invision for Nintendo/Facebook/AP Images)
Gina Policelli of Facebook designs a level in the Super Mario Maker game during a special “hackathon” event hosted by Nintendo at Facebook HQ in Menlo Park on Wednesday, July 29, 2015. The winning level will be available for Super Mario Maker owners to download and play shortly after the game’s launch on the 11th of September. (Photo by Alison Yin/Invision for Nintendo/Facebook/AP Images)
Gina Policelli of Facebook designs a level in the Super Mario Maker game during a special “hackathon” event hosted by Nintendo at Facebook HQ in Menlo Park on Wednesday, July 29, 2015. The winning level will be available for Super Mario Maker owners to download and play shortly after the game’s launch on the 11th of September. (Photo by Alison Yin/Invision for Nintendo/Facebook/AP Images)
Nina Veress Langenfeld, Benjamin Braun and Kai Seward of Facebook design a level in the Super Mario Maker game during a special “hackathon” event hosted by Nintendo at Facebook HQ in Menlo Park on Wednesday, July 29, 2015. The winning level will be available for Super Mario Maker owners to download and play shortly after the game’s launch on the 11th of September. (Photo by Alison Yin/Invision for Nintendo/Facebook/AP Images)
Nina Veress Langenfeld, Benjamin Braun and Kai Seward of Facebook design a level in the Super Mario Maker game during a special “hackathon” event hosted by Nintendo at Facebook HQ in Menlo Park on Wednesday, July 29, 2015. The winning level will be available for Super Mario Maker owners to download and play shortly after the game’s launch on the 11th of September. (Photo by Alison Yin/Invision for Nintendo/Facebook/AP Images)
Facebook Director of Strategic Product Partnerships, Ime Archibong, judges a level in the Super Mario Maker game during a special “hackathon” event hosted by Nintendo at Facebook HQ in Menlo Park on Wednesday, July 29, 2015. The winning level will be available for Super Mario Maker owners to download and play shortly after the game’s launch on the 11th of September. (Photo by Alison Yin/Invision for Nintendo/Facebook/AP Images)
Facebook Director of Strategic Product Partnerships, Ime Archibong, judges a level in the Super Mario Maker game during a special “hackathon” event hosted by Nintendo at Facebook HQ in Menlo Park on Wednesday, July 29, 2015. The winning level will be available for Super Mario Maker owners to download and play shortly after the game’s launch on the 11th of September. (Photo by Alison Yin/Invision for Nintendo/Facebook/AP Images)
Facebook employees play a level developed during a “hackathon” event for the Super Mario Maker game hosted by Nintendo at Facebook HQ in Menlo Park on Wednesday, July 29, 2015. The winning level will be available for Super Mario Maker owners to download and play shortly after the game’s launch on the 11th of September. (Photo by Alison Yin/Invision for Nintendo/Facebook/AP Images)
Facebook employees play a level developed during a “hackathon” event for the Super Mario Maker game hosted by Nintendo at Facebook HQ in Menlo Park on Wednesday, July 29, 2015. The winning level will be available for Super Mario Maker owners to download and play shortly after the game’s launch on the 11th of September. (Photo by Alison Yin/Invision for Nintendo/Facebook/AP Images)
Corey Olcsvary from the Nintendo Treehouse announces winners Doug Strait, center, and Roy McElmurry (not pictured), who designed the winning Super Mario Maker level, “Ship Love,” created during a “hackathon” event at Facebook Headquarters in Menlo Park on Wednesday, July 29, 2015. More than 150 of Facebook’s best and brightest employees created their unique take on Super Mario Bros. levels. for the upcoming Super Mario Maker game for Nintendo's Wii U home console. The top level, as selected by Nintendo and Facebook judges, will be made available to players for free shortly after the game launches on the 11th of September. (Photo by Alison Yin/Invision for Nintendo/Facebook/AP Images)
Corey Olcsvary from the Nintendo Treehouse announces winners Doug Strait, center, and Roy McElmurry (not pictured), who designed the winning Super Mario Maker level, “Ship Love,” created during a “hackathon” event at Facebook Headquarters in Menlo Park on Wednesday, July 29, 2015. More than 150 of Facebook’s best and brightest employees created their unique take on Super Mario Bros. levels. for the upcoming Super Mario Maker game for Nintendo’s Wii U home console. The top level, as selected by Nintendo and Facebook judges, will be made available to players for free shortly after the game launches on the 11th of September. (Photo by Alison Yin/Invision for Nintendo/Facebook/AP Images)

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Source: Press Release