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Mario Question Block Lamp Literally Lets You Punch the Lights Out

by Lambert Varias

We saw a nicely designed Super Mario Bros. question block lamp before, but it was operated via a plain old switch. This question block lamp 1-ups that with its touch sensitive button, so you can do just like Mario does and bump it to switch the light on and off. It also makes the classic coin sound.

mario question block lamp by 8 bit lit

But there’s more: every 8th bump makes the lamp emit the 1-up sound! Budding plumbers, check it out:

You can order the touch sensitive Mario question block lamp from 8 bit lit’s Etsy shop for $75 (USD). I wonder how many gold coins that works out to.

[via Nerd Approved]

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Comments (1):

  1. Rustin Haase says:

    Very Cool, I wish I could afford it and give it to my son. He would love it.

    Who couldn’t love it, Classic Nintendo, LED Lights, Immediate operative feedback. Pure Joy!!

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