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Galaga Cake: Insert Knife, Not Quarters

by Conner Flynn
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Look at this Galaga arcade machine. Wait, that’s no arcade cabinet. That’s a delicious and realistic cake just waiting to enter the bellies of Galaga-loving gaming geeks.

galaga_cake_1This amazing achievement in arcade mimicry cake was made by Pink Cake Box in Denville, NJ. It has chocolate and vanilla layers with Oreo buttercream in between. This may be a tall tale, but the story goes that it looked so realistic in person that some Bar Mitzvah party attendees actually attempted to play it.

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Didn’t they get the hint when the quarters failed to go into the machine? Or when their fingers sank into that sweet fondant icing? I don’t know about you, but I want some Galaga for dessert now.

[via Between the Pages via That’s Nerdalicious]

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