This is so unbelievably geeky and amazing. A Japanese guy creates an insanely difficult Super Mario World hack called “Kaizu Mario” and records his friend playing it. Eventually the video ends up on YouTube, under the mistranslated title “Asshole Mario,” and becomes a cult hit. Inspired by the hack, an intrepid fan in turn hacks the Super Nintendo emulator SNES9x so that he can superimpose all of his 134 attempts to beat the first stage onto a single recording (seen above), and then uses the recording to explain theories behind quantum physics.
I love it.
(Source: haze, via selectbutton)