There are lots of video games today featuring hyper realistic graphics and very complicated storylines. But despite these technological advances, nothing still beats the classic. As far as video games are concerned, no one can even come close to our childhood favorite Super Mario. Even now, this iconic Nintendo game series is still among the best-selling video games. Just as they say, video games come and go. But Super Mario series is definitely here to stay forever. Now you can transform your fish tank into a Super Mario world with this project concept. Reddit user u/jennyleighb posted a Super Mario aquarium which was designed by her roommate. It shows a 55 gallon fish tank featuring a Super Mario setting.
Links to get buy your own ready made items are at the bottom of the article.
Complete with a castle fortress, climbing tower, warp pipes, brick boxes, mushroom, question mark box, a Goomba, a Koopa, and a Mario figurine. This Super Mario aquarium truly brings the classical game setting into the fish tank. And the good news is, anyone can also build their own Super Mario world into their fish tanks. Yes, even you can do it too. All you need is a bit of creativity to bring your aquarium into an exciting video game setting. Of course, you’ll need necessary materials to build this amazing world.
In order to construct the castle, climbing tower and brick boxes, you’ll need Lego blocks sprayed with primer and paint. Needless to say, you’ll have to construct the Lego blocks yourself to build the castles and brick boxes. But if you want to save yourself from the trouble, you can opt to buy the pre-made castle fortress here. Designed and 3D-printed by Katamco, this Mario-inspired castle also includes 4 suction cups on the bottom. Simply attach it to the bottom of the tank and the suction cups will keep it in place. As for the warp pipes, you can buy them here. You can find mini figures of Mario, Goomba, Koopa, and other characters here.
You can also watch the video below to see another impressive example of a Super Mario aquarium