Video: Still having a hard time finding a Nintendo Switch? The hunt's only going to get harder with Christmas approaching, but why add to your holiday stresses when you can just build your own playable version of Super Mario out of cardboard and save yourself hundreds of dollars?
In addition to cardboard, a hot glue gun, a couple of electric motors, and a bunch of wire, you'll also need hacking skills that rival MacGyver to build your own Mario game on the cheap. Because not only can you play this truly authentic paper Mario using a wired controller - including the ability to jump over obstacles - you can also actually die in the game if you hit a Goomba, resulting in a "Game Over" screen popping up and ending your run. It's certainly crude, but it doesn't sound any worse than Star Wars Battlefront 2.