Advertising: Wario Land destroys YouTube

Some people in the advertising business seemingly have not lost their sense of humor and created a great ad for Nintendo’s Wario Land on YouTube.

Tip: You can drag the items around on screen at the end.

Click on the image below for the link (multimedia)

link to YouTube

More information:
There is an ad with an similar approach at the Hema web site

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