The Super Mario Desktop
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It was only a matter of time before somebody used the classic Super Mario game as the basis for a system customisation—like reader Ghostspirit’s fun, retro Mario desktop.
The desktop is very simple and doesn’t take a lot of resources—consisting of nothing more than a number of GeekTool scripts to put system information on the desktop. The full list includes:
- Airport & Ethernet status script.
- Date & Time script.
- Memory & Trash folder usage.
- Wallpaper from 4scrape, original author unknown.
- The fonts are Emulogic and Mario & Luigi.
The result is a fun, attractive desktop with a great retro feel, and you can hit the link to get all of the scripts used to create the effects. Great job, Ghostspirit!
Super Mario Desktop [Flickr]