Perez spent a decade and a half of his life building a 25-ton version of the game that uses an actual bathtub instead of a plastic one, and a bowling ball instead of a little marble. This monumentally unstable beast actually manages to operate as intended, which is something we could never get the original plastic counterpart to do. You can see the ball going around the whole circuit, triggering all the different mechanisms ...
... just like in the game. Until it reaches the final basket drop. In this case, "cutely trapping some mice," has been replaced with "dropping a safe onto a car."
In unrelated news, police announce no progress in their search for the Jigsaw killer.
Perez and his troupe now tour the country showing off his creation. Since all that crap requires a lot of maintenance, the life-size mousetrap is funded through Kickstarter campaigns and fan donations. If our experience is any indication, a good chunk of that money goes towards replacing all the pieces that Perez's dog eats.