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Atari 2600 Cake is One Sweet Console


Not to be outdone by the edible Atari 2600 joystick, the pastry artisans from Los Angeles’ Cakes by the Pound went all out when they created this delectable Atari-inspired masterpiece.

Atari 2600 Cake by Cakes by The Pound

An awesome work of baked goodness, everything you see in the picture is edible other than the board that the cake sits on. I can’t get over the details on this cake. From the perfectly black and red joysticks, to the woodgrain icing on the console and the tiny Atari logo, it’s just mind-boggling.

Atari 2600 Cake by Cakes by The Pound

From the looks of it, pastry chef Mendy Pound can bake cakes in just about any design you can imagine, so if you want a tasty PS3, Wii, N64, Sega Genesis, or even a Fairchild Channel F, I’m pretty sure her bakery can handle your request.

I’m guessing that the only game this 2600 could actually play would be Cakewalk.

[via Flickr]

Comments (6):

  1. ケーキで作ったatari 2600…

    最近増えてきているケーキで作っちゃったシリーズですが、今回は往年の大ヒットゲーム機『atari 2600』をペーストリー作りの職人Mendy Poundという人が作ったそうです。台座にパックマン….

  2. bs angel says:

    Wow. That cake is so impressive! I can’t imagine cutting into it and actually eating it. It would almost seem like a crime.

  3. jonathan says:

    dude this cake was made for me by cakesbythepound
    it was a great cake simply delicious and looked even better in person =) greatest birthday cake EVER XDDD

  4. Thank you very much for all the compliments. If anybody would like an edible blast from the past, give us a buzz and lets see what we can toss in the oven..

  5. Smudge says:

    This is the most amazing thing ever, I cannot get over the Atari 2600 cake! I WANT ONE!!

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