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It’s hard to get through Super Mario World without a plant biting your butt or falling into an endless chasm. Imagine how difficult it would be, then, to synchronize four separate Super Mario World games to four individual music parts in Queen’s “Don’t Stop Me Now.” It means that someone either needs a job or a girlfriend. It’s also an incredible feat to behold [via Geekologie]:

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The creator of this video, YouTube user Windows77777777, has synced games with many different songs before — just not on this scale. If this guy really wants to impress people, sync up four separate levels of Sonic the Hedgehog with Metallica’s opus, “For Whom the Bell Tolls.”


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