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This amazing stopmotion film was made with Snapchat

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Remember that artful doodle over your own face you made on Snapchat during that delayed train journey? The sensation of pride that caused you to take a screenshot of it?

It's utter garbage compared to this.

The creation of Joe Penna (who goes by the name of MysteryGuitarMan! on YouTube), 8-bit Snapchat is an 85-second stop motion short created using "some fruits, Snapchat, and a LOT of free time".

Boss battles, mild peril and a dog - Penna has squeezed more creativity into this project than the average Adam Sandler film.

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