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PureGear Retro Game Cases: Game & Watch & Case

by Lambert Varias
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PureGear’s latest smartphone cases don’t have a built-in battery, but they can still extend your phone’s own battery. That’s because they come with old school games. Angry Birds? Pfff. Labyrinth maze, yo! Ridiculous Fishing? How ’bout a ridiculous mashup of a pinball machine and a magic 8-ball? XCOM? Yeah I’ll go with XCOM. Nothing beats XCOM.

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The Retro Game Cases come in three variants. Two are simply mazes where you have to guide a tiny and shiny sphere (or spheres), but the third one – the aforementioned pinball meets magic 8-ball – is quite interesting.

The funny thing about these old school cases is that they’re only compatible with some of the latest smartphones: the iPhone 5, the Samsung Galaxy S4 and Galaxy S III. You can order them from PureGear’s website for $30 (USD) each.

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