After the release of the NES Classic Mini, we are all wondering what console Nintendo plans to miniaturize next. Well, the folks at Kei Studio clearly want a Game Boy Classic Edition, and they don’t want to wait for it.
Back when I was a kid in the ’80s, the McDonald’s Happy Meal was the lunch I always hoped for. They had those cool boxes that you could keep and use for carrying your junk after lunch, and more importantly you got fries, burger, and a drink.
Netflix offers so much great original content right now, it is hard for anyone who has a subscription to be bored. But if you do get bored, or if you’ve watched every program you want already, you can now kill some time with Netflix’s new browser game.
There’s not much better than eating a tasty cake, except when said cake is Mario-themed, and filled with edible gold coins. Forget smashing your head on it to get those coins. Smash your face against it and gobble it up.
Way back in the day, my game of choice on the Atari 2600 was Space Invaders. That was about all I wanted to play, with a little Pitfall thrown in the mix. Oddly enough, I don’t recall ever seeing a Space Invaders machine in the arcade back in the day.
Two of the most frustrating things that I played growing up were Super Mario Bros. and the Rubik’s Cube. As a kid in the ’80s you were guaranteed to get at least one Rubik’s Cube each Christmas or birthday.
I’d wager the first exposure that many of us had to video games that gave you a workout was with the Nintendo Wii. Everyone who played that boxing game woke up sore the next morning and had to remember why.
While iOS gamers are already playing Super Mario Run (and complaining about the $10 price tag,) Android gamers are sitting there just wanting to play the game. While the game still isn’t available for Android users, you can now pre-register your interest over on Google Play.
Back in the day, if you wanted to have a record of where the dungeons and secrets were in a game like The Legend of Zelda, you had to draw your own map. These days you can just 3D print a detailed map, like this amazing replica of the game’s entire overworld.
It’s colder than Frosty’s balls here in Colorado right now, and then you have to factor in the wind chill. It was so cold I went looking for a scarf lest my neck freeze off, because the colder it gets the longer it takes the dog to find just the right spot to crap on.
Universal Studios Japan has announced that it will be opening its new Super Nintendo World section of the theme park in time for the 2020 Olympic games, which will be held in Tokyo. The theme park is located in Osaka and will be adding a number of Nintendo-themed attractions and shops that are aimed at people of all ages.
Fans of the Xbox One console, here’s the next piece of furniture for your living room. Yep, this is a coffee table in the shape of an enormous Xbox One controller.
South Carolina artist Scott Blackwell of WoodCurve created this jumbo controller coffee table, which does a great job mimicking Microsoft’s game controller.