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Homebrew NES Puzzle Quest Clone Lines It Up Old School

Homebrew NES Puzzle Quest Clone Lines It Up Old School
Puzzle Quest is almost universally recognized as an addictive phenomenon, the kind of game that sinks its claws into your face and doesn’t let go until your fingers start threatening to fall the hell off. But…

Black Nintendo Wii, Red Dsi for Japan

Black Nintendo Wii, Red Dsi for Japan
Rejoice (Japan)! New colors for Nintendo entertainment systems! And at last, new colors for the Wii. Well, new color, singular. Well, sort of a color. It’s black. Well, it’s different, anyway. The new DSi is decked…
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Six in One Translator Planned for Nintendo Dsiware

Six in One Translator Planned for Nintendo Dsiware
With so much bigger news pouring out of E3, it’s easy to miss the smaller, more interesting bits, like a mysterious DSiWare title that appeared on Nintendo’s official planned release lists. Six in One Translator–a working…

Wiiearth: Travel the World From the Safety of Your Couch

Wiiearth: Travel the World From the Safety of Your Couch
If you happen to enjoy fiddling around with Google Maps and other similar tools, you might be interested in the homebrew app WiiEarth. Just as with Google Earth, you can zoom around the world, checking out…

Wii Set for Fragile Adventure in a Ruined World

Wii Set for Fragile Adventure in a Ruined World
In even more game localization news, the atmospheric adventure Fragile is set for release outside Japan. The moody title follows Seto, a young boy traversing a ruined world in search of other people–any other people. Certainly…

Super Mario World, Sculpted for Permanence

Super Mario World, Sculpted for Permanence
deviantARTist Tsurera is all about geek-inspired sculpture; a peek at her gallery reveals recreations of Nintendo and comic characters, among other things, but this rendering of a level in Super Mario World is among the most…

NES Cartridge Wine Charms Make Drinking Classy

NES Cartridge Wine Charms Make Drinking Classy
Most people inclined to hang things off their wine glasses, they go in for beads or flowers or some frou-frou garbage. But you’re a (wo)man. You need something that speaks to your maturity and general awesomeness.…

From NES to Clockface: the Journey of a Circuit Board

From NES to Clockface: the Journey of a Circuit Board
One day you’re just poking along, handling all your business NES-style, running games, having someone blow hot air into your space, and the next? You’ve been torn out of your cozy little home and someone’s fitting…

Piece Together Jigsaw Puzzles on the Nintendo Ds

Piece Together Jigsaw Puzzles on the Nintendo Ds
Sometimes, the fact that the Nintendo DS is region-free really comes in handy, even for folks who can’t read a single Japanese character. You don’t have to read a thing to do jigsaw puzzles so long…

Rock Out With Your Gadgets Out

Rock Out With Your Gadgets Out
Ah, the sweet sounds of music produced with your favorite multi-use electronic devices! There’s always something amazing about the lengths people will go to in order to squeeze the most out of their gadgetry, and it…

Nintendo Game & Watch (& Television) Casemod

Nintendo Game & Watch (& Television) Casemod
Remember the old Nintendo Game & Watch LCD games from back in the 1980s? These early handheld video games have always had a bit of a cult following, despite their primitive, repetitive graphics, and drab monochromatic…

Oshaberi Oumu Puts a Virtual Parrot Inside Your Nintendo Ds: Polly Wanna Silicon Cracker?

Oshaberi Oumu Puts a Virtual Parrot Inside Your Nintendo Ds: Polly Wanna Silicon Cracker?
There’s one thing you can always rely on Japanese game companies for, and that’s weird games. Lots and lots of weird games. Oshaberi Oumu for the Nintendo DS continues that tradition by putting the fate of…

Overturn: Everybody was Robot Fighting [Wii]

Overturn: Everybody was Robot Fighting [Wii]
Looking to throw down with some giant stompy robots in a realistic, immersive way? Upset that virtual reality tech hasn’t swept in to take care of this for you? While you may not be able to…

Console X-Rays: How to Get Inside Your Video Game System Without Voiding the Warranty

Console X-Rays: How to Get Inside Your Video Game System Without Voiding the Warranty
If you’re a tinkerer like me, you’ve probably cracked the case open on at least a few of your electronic gadgets to see what they look like on the inside. But I bet you’ve never seen…

Nintendo NES Controller Mouse: When Can I Buy One?

Nintendo NES Controller Mouse: When Can I Buy One?
Technabob reader Joseph Ayoub sent me an tip this morning with the simple message “WaOo i found this ! It’s just awesome!” I couldn’t agree more. While it turns out this NES-inspired mouse is just a…

Pxp-900 Retro 8/16/32-Bit Handheld Video Game System Looks an Awful Lot Like a Psp

Pxp-900 Retro 8/16/32-Bit Handheld Video Game System Looks an Awful Lot Like a Psp
Does this handheld gaming system look familiar at all? When I first saw it, I had to do a double-take too. While the PXP-900 steals more thant a few of it’s design cues from the Sony…
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