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Space Invaders Backpack: Push Start to Carry

by Shane McGlaun
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Way back in the day, my game of choice on the Atari 2600 was Space Invaders. That was about all I wanted to play, with a little Pitfall thrown in the mix. Oddly enough, I don’t recall ever seeing a Space Invaders machine in the arcade back in the day. But now you can carry one around on your back with this backpack that looks like the game’s original arcade cabinet.

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The bag has a print inside that looks like the little pixelated characters from the game. The bag has cool little invader characters for zipper pulls, and its straps are padded and adjustable. The main flap has magnets to keep it closed and there’s a padded pocket for your laptop.

The bag is water resistant and has silicone buttons and a slot where you can actually insert quarters. It’s not back-to-school time yet, but you need this backpack. It’s $49.99(USD) at ThinkGeek and available now.

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