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Cardboard Nintendo Game Boy Color Has One Color: Cardboard

by Conner Flynn

Oh man. I have always wanted a hug a giant Game Boy Color made out of cardboard. And that geeky chick in the pic created one. MaboroshiTira made this giant non-handheld by taking a bunch of boxes, chopping them up and turning them a larger-than-life nostalgic gaming device.
You can push all of the buttons, the power switch moves, and the volume dial turns. The Game Boy Cardboard. If only Nintendo had thought to offer this up to fans. In this economy it would be a hit – or at least it’d have a solid profit margin.


MaboroshiTira is astounded by all of the attention this cool creation is getting her: “Oh my gosh guys…I am literally in tears. I never thought this would get so many views and favorites. And even end up on the front page (of DeviantArt)! Thank you all so much. I can’t even. This is really something i never thought would happen.”

I would say it is well earned. Great job, MT. Now when is the cardboard Wii U coming out?

[via Obvious Winner]

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