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Video Game Buttons: Plenty of Flair to Wear

by Paul Strauss

Next time you head to your job over at Chotchkie’s, your boss won’t have anything to complain about since you’ll have tons of these awesome video game badges pinned all over your suspenders.

Video Game Badges from Prickie

Created by Alexander Pfaender of Augenbluten/ITF, these fun 1-inch round buttons offer whimsical renditions of classic gaming systems and controllers from 1977 through 2006.

Video Game Badges from Prickie

Featuring bold icons for classic gaming systems from the Atari 2600 to the Nintendo Wii, the series of 22 video game buttons offers something for everyone. You can find the entire collection of badges from Prickie for $2.99 a piece.

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Comments (3):

  1. Chicho says:

    If you like retro game badges, you can’t miss this collection:


  2. technabob says:

    Yeah, those ones are really cool too. Thanks for pointing them out.

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