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Super Mario Fridge Magnets: 8-Bit Kitchen Fun

by Paul Strauss
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Every once in a blue moon, you have to peel your ass off the sofa and take a break from your video game so you can get something to eat. But that doesn’t mean you have to stop playing when you get to the kitchen, does it?

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With these fun Super Mario Bros. refrigerator magnets, you can turn your ice box into yet another video game system. Just arrange the blocks to match your favorite level, and start moving Mario from platform to platform while you grab a can of beer.

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Etsy crafter MagnetGames makes these kits out of perler beads – one of geek craftdoms’ main weapons of choice thanks to their pixel-like structure when melded together. The large kit ($25 USD) comes with 22 magnets in total, including a couple of different Marios, power-up and 1up ‘shrooms, an assortment of bricks and blocks, a piranha plant, some coins, and of course, green pipes. There’s also a smaller set available with just 11 pieces for $15 bucks.

You can grab a complete set over at MagnetGames’ Etsy shop. Add on sets of extra coins and parts to build out bigger levels are also available.

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