Super Mario Aquarium Pieces Let You Build Your Own Mario Level In Your Fish Tank
Date Published: 07/01/2019 11:03 AM
Depending on your geekiness levels, your fish may already have some embarrassing figurines inside their aquarium. But if you're looking to take things to a whole new level (literally), you may need to build a whole Super Mario level right in your fish tank. This company 3D prints different pieces of the Super Mario world so that your fish can compete for the fastest finishing times day in and day out.
Most of the pieces are made by 3D printing company Katamco, where the actual Mario figurine and a few other small pieces you can get elsewhere. The company creates different pieces from the Mario world that suction to the bottom of your aquarium, including a castle, different types of warp pipes, and a blooper (to make it look like the underwater level).
For the fish tank Mario castle, you can choose between 2 different sizes, including a smaller version that measures 5 x 5 x 5 inches, or a larger version that measures 8 x 8 x 8 inches. The Mario castle also includes 4 suction cups that are attached to the bottom of it so that once in your aquarium, it'll stay put on the bottom and not float to the top.
The Mario warp pipe fish tank add-on comes in two different versions, a straight up and down pipe, and a dual entry warp pipe. They both come in a large and small version, and each one also comes with a suction cup to keep it on the bottom of your aquarium. The underwater level blooper piece also comes in two different sizes, along with a suction cup.
Once you put all the pieces together, along with the Mario figurine and other aquarium pieces such as brick boxes, a question mark box, a mushroom, a shell, a smaller warp pipe, a bullet bill, and a Goomba, you'll be able to build your very own custom Mario level right in your fish tank. Your fish will be able to hide out in the castle and warp pipes, say hello to Mario or cozy up to his enemies, or smash open a question mark box to see what's inside.
For further details and pieces such as the right angle climbing tower, flag pole, and others, you may want to check the incredible aquarium Mario level that was made by Michigan-based ad copywriter Cedrick Bears, or check out the Mario aquarium made by YouTuber Kelsey Kronmiller here.
Some photo credits: http://jennyleighb.com/
Check out someone's version of a Super Mario fish tank aquarium in action via the video below.