Video: Is there a paper Mario in your waste bin?

School's out for Nintendo's dimensionally-challenged plumber

What is it about stop motion that's so awesome? Maybe it's the amount of time it takes to do. The way you have to move everything in the scene 'just a tiny amount' in each frame. A talented Japanese game fan has gone to the trouble of animating a real-life Paper Mario around a school, with superb results.

We loved the ending best. Anyone else made one of these? Let us know in the comments.

11 Jun, 2010


The longest-serving GR+ staffer, I was here when all this was just fields. I'm currently Reviews Editor but still find time to speedrun Sonic levels and make daft Photoshop articles.
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