...And to be honest, he's probably better at it than most people you know. Owner Mr.TVCow achieved the effect by filming his cat reacting to ordinary things, and then adding in the Mario world during video editing. Watch the clip below to see his feline collect gold coins, bop some boxes and attack Goombas.
Now, we're not saying that these Frozen dolls were all that bad to begin with...but thanks to the re-painting skills of DeviantARTist Lulemee they're now practically perfect. Lulemee accepts commissions, so if you'd like your own set of super accurate Frozen dolls (or perhaps something else), just get in touch! See more shots of Elsa and Anna re-touched and after the cut.
Pokemon! Johnny Bravo! Duck Tales! Inspector Gadget!
Musicians from a two year Carnegie Hall programme have created an awesome mashup of 43 (yes, 43) cartoon theme songs. Can you identify them all? We've got the full list of tracks after the cut.
Why shouldn't all great stories get as epic an opening as Game of Thrones? That's obviously what Vimeo member Brady Wold was thinking when he created this little gem for Skyrim. Brady has said that the task took him thousands of hours to complete with the help of programs that included After Effects, Cinema 4D, Maya, Photoshop, Premiere and ZBrush.
A little lacking in the classic board game skill department? Always seem to come last even when competing against seven year old cousins? Well, no more! BuzzFeed has compiled a series of tricks that will help you be crowned the champion of Monopoly, Connect Four, Chess, Hungry Hungry Hippos and Battleship. Muhahahahaaa! Victory is ours!
Beware - spoilers follow after the cut. You have been warned!
Dubbed 'The Purple Wedding,' episode two of Game of Thrones' fourth season is, arguably, one of the best of the whole series so far. Despite fans of the show knowing all too well that in George R.R. Martin's world, no character is ever truly safe, the episode's spectacular ending left many non-readers of the books open-mouthed and speechless. After the cut we've assembled some of the best reactions across twitter and a video compilation of people watching it live. enjoy!
Love Frozen? (Seriously, who didn't?) Then you might appreciate this live performance by Kristen Bell as her animated counterpart, Anna.
To kick off Philly Tech Week, Drexel University game design professor Frank Lee and game designer Henk Rodgers decided to play a game of Tetris on the side of the 29 story Circa Centre Building. The event also coincided with the 30th anniversary of the classic button-bashing game.
Although Frank and Henk's idea was pretty ingenious (and it sure looked pretty), we have to say that their Tetris playing skills aren't as much up to scratch as we would have expected....refresher courses due all round!
Because, seriously, who could resist a blog post with a title like this?! The only question is, it it better than this cat rendition?
The team at i09 have collected together some of the best examples of movie posters being brought to life by GIFS. And they are awesome. See more after the cut.