Super Mario Stop-Motion: School is the Stage for Post-It Mario


A post-it stop-motion of Super Mario running wild in a school building, created by a group of Japanese students, is fast becoming a YouTube hit!

Read on for details and pics.


The video first came out on Nico Nico Douga on June 8, 2010, but now it's also posted on YouTube.

YouTube - 【Mario】paper stop motion


The game starts in a classroom.


A typical Japanese highschool/junior high classroom, must look familiar to anime fans.


But the classroom must have been too small for Mario to run wild. He enters a warp pipe...


And come out near a staircase.


Next stage: School Infirmary.


And the last stage is the library.


A cruel fate awaits him in this dangerous ground...


According to the description on Nico Nico Douga, the stop-motion was made by a group of Japanese students (probably highschool) for a school festival and it took them two weeks. Mario is made of post-it notes but they're attached to a Mario-shaped cardboard behind it, so not as time-consuming as sticking and peeling each notes separately. Nevertheless, the video's amazing and we're sure they had a great time making it!

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in Game,   Video, Posted by darkhorse_log