Can master assassin Toad sneak the princess out of the castle before Bowser's invading army closes in?

With over 72 hours of footage uploaded every minute, it’s physically impossible to keep track of the content on YouTube. But in YouTube Guide, the Daily Dot will curate its five favorite finds for each workday.

1) beatdownboogie, “Mario Warfare - Part 1”

Combining a Nintendo classic with the modern first-person shooter games, Bowser invades the Mushroom Kingdom and the King, Peach and Toad (as a master assassin) try to escape as Mario and Luigi decide to join the military.

2) EW, “Best and Worst of 2012: Game of Thrones on the CW”

Game of Thrones would be full of forbidden romances—and that’s not even including the incest plotline—if it aired on the CW instead of HBO. Three couples have to fight past barriers in order to get to each other.

3) Jon and Al Kaplan, “The Hobbit: The Musical”

When it comes to defending making a 300-page book into three full-length movies, Gandalf is the first to say that it’s not unadulterated greed, but rather there’s plenty to show with battles, tracking shots and cameos.

4) Dane Christianson, “X-Cube”

Dane Christianson created an x-shaped Rubik’s cube using CAD and 3-D printing and, without comment, demonstrated the different ways you can scramble and put the cube back together.

5) BoredShortsTV, “Kid Snippets: ‘Safety Assembly’ (Kids Tell, Adults Act)”

In the latest “Kid Snippets” episode, children voice adults as they go over different safety procedures when they bike to school. From the looks of their audience, it looks like it would fit perfectly on The Office.

Photo via beatdownboogie/YouTube


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