Portable DIY gaming units have been popular for a long time, and with the launch of the tiny, wireless-capable Raspberry Pi Zero W, it seems like a great time to get back to making these small handhelds.
It’s a notebook. It’s a Game Boy. Note Boy! Game Book! Now you’re playing with paper! This notebook looks like the classic Game Boy from your youth. But it does more than just look awesome. It has a holographic Super Mario Land screen that appears to move.
This barrel-shaped Legend of Zelda themed arcade cabinet is not only fun to play, but a great piece of home decor too. It comes from Redditor LetsbuildsomeShit. He is living up to his name big time with this awesome build.
Kids are super creative, wspecially when they have to be. What do you do when your mom won’t buy you a game console? If you are this kid, you build one for yourself.
Twitter user Ama-chan’s kid brother created this cardboard Nintendo Switch because their mother wouldn’t buy the real thing.
It’s dangerous to go unkempt. Take this. This cool Legend of Zelda Mirror is shaped like the Triforce and is perfect for your bedroom, bathroom or game room – not that you’ll look at it much if you are playing Breath of the Wild for hours on end.
Check out this Nintendo Switch controller cosplaying as a Gamecube pad. This colorful controller is the work of Boss Fight Props, who normally makes cosplay gear, and it really does look much cooler with a Gamecube theme.
Taste the Mushroom Kingdom in every bite of these neat Mario mushroom blondies from Food Network. Sadly, these mushrooms won’t make you grow super big or give you the power to shoot fireballs, but they will be delicious.
One Chevrolet Volt owner has done something very cool with his car, turning the vehicle into an expensive controller for Mario Kart 64. Controlling the game involves using the steering wheel to steer, the accelerator and brakes, as well as the windshield wipers and flashing the headlights.
If you don’t like the Xbox One’s stock controllers, maybe it’s time to see what else is out there. You could certainly use a more stylish gamepad. The latest offering from Microsoft is the new Tech series, and the first in this line looks pretty tactical and cool.
You don’t get far in The Legend of Zelda franchise without collecting some rupees to buy things in the game or play mini games. In real life if you want to collect rupees, the closest you will get is these edible rupees.
Pop-up shops, restaurants, and bars can pop up anywhere, at any time. Hence the name. So you never know when you are going to encounter a bar like this Super Mario pop-up bar. It just showed up like a magical portal to the Mushroom kingdom, in a mysterious, unidentified location.
Back in the day, if you wanted to beat Super Mario Bros., you needed to get very good at timing your jumps over the piranha plants that would pop out of the pipes to eat you as you tried to make your way.
Harmonix is no stranger to music games, with hits like Rock Band and Dance Central to their credit. Now they have teamed up with Hasbro to bring us Dropmix. This time around you won’t need to purchase a bunch of plastic instruments to play – just cards.
Pokémon has proven to b a wildly popular franchise for Nintendo, and Pokémon Go certainly continued that craze. The series is so popular that it is now being used to lure geeks to get checked for STDs.