Now, the Wii U exclusive’s Japanese site has been updated to clarify the whopping number, presenting Yoshi, Link, Isabelle, Marth, Bowser, Peach, Kirby and Wii Fit Trainer as early examples.
These Mario Costumes can either be unlocked by scanning their respective amiibo, or players can tackle the 100 Mario Challenge where they can unlock them one-by-one without needing any figures.
Those with amiibo will clearly be able to access them more quickly, with the Super Smash Bros. Collection, Super Mario Collection, Animal Crossing Collection, Yarn Yoshi and Chibi-Robo! amiibo all compatible.
Super Mario Maker will release exclusively for Wii U in Japan on September 10th, and worldwide on September 11th.