For those of you who can still remember the good old days of 16bit graphics, Sega master systems and the classic (Nintendo) NES, this is for you. Genius graphic designer Ashley Buerkett has managed to turn the digital world of Mario into a real life board game. The game comes elegantly housed in a plexiglass container with a detailed blueprint to its construction. The instructions to game play come hidden in the back of the controllers. Nice.