The lights are on
Ms. Pac-Man is such a classic that it has been released on everything from arcade cabinets to mobile phones to stand alone joysticks...and now apparently office walls.
YouTuber Michael Birken created this stop motion video of scenes from Ms. Pac-Man and Super Mario Bros. using Post-It notes and hundreds of hours of free time over the course of 11 months, so you better appreciate it or his life will feel hallow.
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either he owns his company or is in good standings with it. Regardless, it was a great video.
Boy, this guy has a lot more patience than I could afford.
This is the definition of dedication. That being said, if you watch closely it seems like the post-its don't move... seems like some fishy business going on.
Holy Crap! They spent nearly a year doing this? Dang, that takes dedication. RESPECT.
Holy sh*t, that was insane.
How awesome would it be to have those around your office? And that video was so cool! Probably the best stop motion movie I've ever seen.
The music they play at the end is the same beat they used in Battletoads when you paused the game.
Why are all the suggested videos Scrubs?
That was genius. I wish I had the patience to pull something like that off. I would like to see one for Frogger.
I'd take this over a poster any day!
Paper Pac-Man Sticker Stars anyone? ;-)
That is really awesome!
Most impressive. Most impressive.
That had to have take FOREVER.