I had learned how to cycle through saved ASCII art images, and I had learned how to make a timer, so I went ahead and joined the two. This was my first foray into something so complex, and not only did it teach me a ton about PowerShell, it was a lot of fun. I’m pretty proud of the end result.
You can set the timer, and whenever it gets to ~30 seconds, the animation speeds up (he runs), and it starts the same countdown music that the game did. After it ends, you get fireworks and fanfare music.
You can get the entire module here: GitHub – p01nd3xt3r/PowershellAnimations