The lights are on
Even after being immersed in gamer culture all weekend at PAX 2013, it's nice to come home to even more of the same (albeit with fewer microphone-wielding booth attendants screaming for attention on a crowded convention floor). This latest bit of warm, fuzzy goodness comes from YouTuber Jeonghoon95.
He (or she) has recreated Daft Punk's summer hit, "Get Lucky", in a Mario Paint program. The adaptation features the full range of sounds, including dogs and cats. Now, whether this represents the flexibility of Mario Paint or implies something about Daft Punk is in the ear of the beholder.
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Love the cats.
That is friggin awesome. Who knew Mario Paint was so flexible!
I used to play with this allllllllll the time!
Time to bust out the Mario Paint!
This was neat, didn't realize Mario Paint could do that much....of course I also lack the patience to attempt it.
And now my day is complete.
Aaaaaaaaaand this is my new ringtone.
Ahhh Mario Paint. This function and the Flyswatter game were the best. Man this brings back the memories!
I always enjoy a good Mario Paint version of a song. This was done extremely well.
This song is Awesome! Imagine how long it must of taken to make it.
Meow meow meow meow meow meow.
I find it amazing that people are still using a twenty year old piece of SNES software to create and cover music even into the current era of technology.
Oh my- that is quite epic.