Fake leaks and falsified video game documents appear online every day, but Omni Jacala's fake Super Smash Bros. Rayman leak is a cut above the rest. The attention to detail and amount of original artwork created fooled many. Even in retrospect, it's hard to distinguish Jacala's work from the real thing.
When he's not creating fake Super Smash Bros. leaks, Jacala is a freelance graphic designer. He recently worked with a non-profit company called Rice Bowls to help create a game called Hunger Crunch, which you can learn more about here. The game was released to help fight hunger around the world and 100% of its in-game purchases go to helping feed orphaned kids around the world.