I love a good mashup, and Matthew Dominick’s "Warp Whistle" is a delightful one for fans of classic Nintendo games. His video puts Mario on metropolitan streets, with human characters acting out enough scenes from the game to keep viewers interested.
Matthew Dominick’s "Warp Whistle" certainly isn’t the first time we’ve seen a video game cross over into real life. Check out some other ways video games have been manifested in the physical world below.
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