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Videogame Currency Poster: How Many Mushroom Kingdom Coins is One Rupee?

by Lambert Varias

Like the various countries in the real world, different videogames have different currencies. deviantART member/virtual economist/pun visualizer Matt Cowan pulled the exchange rate for various game currencies right out of his witty ass and created this funny artwork.

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You can buy Bureau du Change as a t-shirt, hoodie, poster and more on Matt’s Red Bubble store. Forget about knowing where all the items come from; in what currency are those numbers supposed to be in? Dollars? MS Points? FTL Scrap?

[via deviantART via it8bit]




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