While the original Nintendo Entertainment System is pretty iconic here in the states, the Family Computer (aka “Famicom”) was where it was at in Japan back in the early 1980s. This classic gaming system is one that all serious Nintendo fans have in their collection. If you happen to be into miniatures, and classic Nintendo, you’ll definitely want to check this out.
This teensy Famicom was created by YouTuber HMS2, who makes all sorts of incredible miniatures, from tiny cups of ramen noodles, to crazy accurate little kitchen appliances. This model appears to be made primarily of cut out pieces of plastic board, carefully cut with an X-acto, carved, and then glued together.
Check out this impressive build in the video below:
Now if only it were actually playable with tiny replica cartridges made from MicroSD cards.