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Space Invader Alarm Clock Shuffles from Side to Side, Dares You to Shoot

by Conner Flynn

Sometimes when I hear sounds from old games I get nostalgic. Space Invaders was a good one. All of that pew pew pew as the aliens march from side to side, striving to get closer to our planet.

I bet you can hear it clearly now since I pointed it out. How about an alarm clock that not only wakes you by playing Space Invaders-eqsue sounds, but goes the extra distance by actually moving from side to side just like it does on screen? When you see it do it’s thing, you’ll have an urge to shoot it, just like in the game.


Sound good? Of course it does. We all love Space Invaders. Aside from the movement feature, this alarm clock may be a bit plain looking, but I am digging the retro buttons and the style of the digits. It will cost you £12.99 (~$21 USD) over at I Want One of Those.

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  1. alex says:

    Nice sound!! fantasticspace.net/

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