As the coronavirus pandemic puts an end to everyone’s normal routine, most people who are stuck at homes find ways to be creative (and at least, productive) during this quarantine period. Some of them might enjoy streaming online concerts or browsing the internet, while others prefer watching movies instead.
In Toronto, Canada, however, a video gamer decided to entertain himself (and many others) another way by projecting footage of his Mario Kart and Bubble bobble games onto the surface of his next-door apartment building.
Reddit user CutieGremlin uploaded the video with the caption, “Playing Mario Kart during quarantine be like”.
In an interview with Narcity Media, the gamer named Dax Martin said that he believes everyone enjoyed the “impromptu show” since most people from their neighborhood have nothing to do at night (mainly because of the lockdown). He also shared that he didn’t get any complaints from the tenants in the other condominium.
“They haven’t noticed. Doesn’t really impact them,” he said in a comment.
The video gamer further explained that this idea sprung out of his boredom and that he used a “crappy old dell” projector for the screenings. As of this writing, the videos gained more than 90% upvotes.
Reddit users were thrilled with the “stunt” and even praised him in their comments:
You can read the full Reddit thread here.
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