Paper Mario Goes to School

| 10 Jun 2010 10:26

A Japanese student brought Mario to life on the walls of his or her school in a short stop-motion animation.

Mario's adventures don't always take him to exotic locales like the Mushroom Kingdom. When the Koopa army attacked a Japanese school, Mario zipped over there to deal with the problem, and a student caught the entire thing on film.

Ok, you caught me, that's not what actually happened, but the truth - that a student at a Japanese school spent two weeks making this video after classes were done - is no less impressive.

Sadly, I don't have a lot of information about who made the video, but what I can gather is Mario and all the other characters are made of sticky notes and that the video was made on a very small budget - around fifty-five bucks - as an entry for a local culture festival, which the student was very keen to win.

Source: Kotaku

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