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Play Super Mario Bros. in a Cardboard Box [VIDEO]

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The Super Mario Bros. have made hundreds of appearances in different video games since the characters were introduced in 1985, but this one is probably the most unique.

It’s an electronic board game version of the Nintendo classic, the player maneuvers Mario analog-style, using a conveyor belt device built inside of a cardboard box.

When Mario collides with one of the baddies the box automatically closes, signifying the end of the round. Learn more about this low-tech take on a legendary game below.

[via BuzzFeed]

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