Recreating Super Mario Bros with Lego


11 Responses to “Recreating Super Mario Bros with Lego”

  1. I’d probably fund him if he didn’t say ‘Lego’s’. That word really grinds my gears.

  2. relawson says:

    He’ll need a few more pieces once someone shows him that he can go down the 4th tube ;)

  3. TerribleNews says:

    I’m glad that Kickstarter still gets used for funding art projects instead of just as some kind of prototype-electronics store. I imagine that a lot of people who have only discovered Kickstarter recently through things like the pebble watch will respond to this with “WTF? I don’t want to buy this”

  4. Could probably make some more realistic images with those, as well
    Wonder what’s the best way to buy Lego’s in bulk.

  5. tros says:

     WTF? I don’t want to buy this.

    I’d rather Kickstarter be used for things of the future, rather than expensive remixes of the past. There’s enough of this nostalgic-mario marketing from Nintendo.

  6. Quiche de Resistance says:

    I am thinking a starting a kickstarter project to buy a bunch of burritos.  Contibutors get free mp3s of me farting.

  7. robdobbs says:

    26 thousand dollars!? Maybe if he actually explained some of the reasons why he thinks this is an art form worth pursuing and not just some guy wanting other people to pay for his toys. 

  8. TheMudshark says:

    What a novel idea.

  9. What a waste of $26,000.

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