Doo, doo, doo, doo-doo doo-doo, doo doo doo doo doo doo doo doo. Yes, it's the Super Mario music. Is it playing in your head right now?

Unlike Super Mario, Robby has no sidekick--and there's no mention of a Princess Peach anywhere.

Level 1 is all about Super Robby, and lists his skill level at code, animation, design, and illustration. The higher those flesh-eating plants creep, the better he is at the task.

Leonardi is a huge NBA fan. Jump, Robby, jump!

And lives in New York.

Did you make it to Level 2? Head underwater to see his skill set--he's a master at Photoshop.

What about his programming skills? They look pretty watertight.

Level 3 is all about Robby's experience. Here he is avoiding the robotic grabber of AOL, where he worked as an online ad designer.

Would you like to ri-i-ide, in my beautiful balloon? Robby takes you on a trip past all the awards he's won or been nominated for.

Finally, you've arrived at the end of the game. Robbie's contact details are waiting for you. Still no sign of Princess Peach, though.

The Super Mario Of Resumes Unlocks A New High Score In Job Seeking

Robby Leonardi has created a resume that knocks all other resumes into a red plumber's cap.

Web designer Robby Leonardi's resume is unlike any other we've seen. It's a side-scrolling Super Mario-esque video game adventure that sees our hero—one R. Leonardi—run and jump through various levels until the climax: his contact details. Go ahead and play it yourself.

How does it compare to other creative offerings, such as the Parisian who marketed himself as an Amazon product? Or how about our own Natalia Rodriguez, whose infographic landed her an internship at Fast Company?

If you need more guidance on how to get your resume noticed—and how not to—then have a look at these 5 common mistakes that will ensure your resume gets tossed.

Leonardi already has a job, by the way. And as everyone knows, that's the best time to start looking.

[H/T: TheNextWeb]

[Image: Flickr user The_Gut]

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