We’re Pretty Sure You Haven’t Heard Daft Punk’s Summer Hit “Get Lucky” Like This [VIDEO]
Using a video game that is over 20 years old, one YouTube user has created a viral hit that may be the most unique cover of “Get Lucky” created to date.
Mario Paint was released on the Super Nintendo way back in 1992 (seems like forever ago, doesn’t it?) and included a feature where players could create songs by placing stamps, each representing a different sound, onto a musical scale. The feature became so popular among gamers, the company created a separate title called Mario Paint Composer which featured the ability to create longer songs, along with more notes per beat and more sounds.
Through a quick Google search, I found that an online version of Composer is out there that you can tinker with. Whether or not this particular YouTuber used the online version, or still had the original lying around is beyond me. All I know is that he or she did it, and it’s awesome.