In the midst of all this robo-lovin', I decided to put one of my hidden talents to work; Mario Paint pixel art. Perhaps I was one of the few out there who actually owned Mario Paint for the SNES, but I must admit that I enjoyed it a lot more than I probably should have. I remember spending hours working on special stamps to create neat little racetracks or scenes involving poorly drawn Mario jumping over an equally poorly drawn Bowser. Good times, good times.
If you own Mario Paint and want this stamp in your collection, follow this one easy step; copy exactly as you see above. Yep! It's that simple. I would love to see some of you other budding Mario Painters make some cool special stamps for us here at Destructoid. If you do, post 'em below for all to see!
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