Is there a term to describe those Super Mario World levels that play themselves and sometimes make music as a result? I'm sure there is, but I don't know it. "Automatic Mario" doesn't count, because that sounds silly. At any rate, you surely know what I'm referring to.
The good folks at GoNintendo have stumbled upon what has to be the greatest of them all -- it's Queen's "Don't Stop Me Now" as played by four different Mario levels running simultaneously. The more I type, the longer it will take for you to watch it, so I'm going to cease talking.
A person died making this, you know.
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