Japanese Guy Beats Hardest “Super Mario Maker” Level, Starts Crying

He'd probably been playing this game for more than 10 hours.
By Christine Linnell
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    Whether or not you’re into gaming, you kind of need to watch this Japanese gamer’s reaction to winning “Pit of Panga: P-Break,” allegedly the hardest “Super Mario Maker” level ever created.

    In the final few minutes of what must have been at least 10 hours of playing, the Japanese man has to steer Mario through complex maneuvers, jumping on falling objects and coming within millimeters of death.

    As he finally wins the level he screams repeatedly, and then the end card blinks patiently on the screen while he yells in triumph, and then he starts weeping softly.

    I’ve had a fair share of amazing moments in my life, but I don’t think I’ve ever been this excited for anything, ever.

    Reddit, who continue to amaze me with their prompt translations, say the guy’s yelling was something like, “I did it!,” “My hands hurt,” “My hands actually hurt,” “Ow ow ow ow ow” and “My hands are feeling weird,” followed by crying.

    At the time this guy was playing, only six people out of 467,326 had cleared the level, one of whom was the creator:

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