Their latest creation pays tribute to Super Mario Maker, particularly the original, and uses art styles found in Super Mario Bros., Super Mario Bros. 3, and Super Mario World.
“I didn’t implement any new additions from Mario Maker 2, do [sic] to not knowing much during the making of the video,” writes TheDominoKing in his YouTube video’s description. “But hey, this just means I’ll have to make a part 2 in the future… For those that don’t know this is a screen link, which means that each clip is created on its own, then edited together to make it look like one long setup.”
It took over about two months to create the entire set and it consists of 127,055 dominoes. The result is an impressive five minute video that you can watch below.
You can read our review of Super Mario Maker 2 here.