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This Game Boy Has Been Bricked

by Conner Flynn
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I never would have thought that a Game Boy would look good as a brick, but it actually looks pretty awesome. It looks heavy, but cool. Anyway, you may not believe it, but Nintendo’s handheld gaming system recently celebrated it’s 25th birthday. Does that make you feel old?

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To celebrate this milestone, Vadu Amka took inspiration from the people calling the Game Boy a “brick” and transformed an old model into an actual brick wall from the Zelda series. It even has a Triforce and a Hylian crest.

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It looks like a handheld that belongs in the Game of Thrones world. Great job, Vadu. You bricked your Game Boy and we love it.

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[via Kotaku via Nerd Approved]

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  1. Vadu says:

    Thx :] technabob.com !

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