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Handheld & Computer Wars Veteran Pins: Blood, Sweat & Pixels

Handheld & Computer Wars Veteran Pins: Blood, Sweat & Pixels
We’ve featured Supermandolini’s Console Wars Veteran Pins. But of course battles are fought on other platforms as well, which is why the studio also made Computer Wars Veteran Pins, for the master race’s grizzled combatants. Meanwhile, Supermandolini’s latest gaming-themed pin is for field agents, those who were first to stack blocks, wake Link and collect ’em all. Report to your browser immediately and head to Supermandolini’s online store to order the pins.

Famicom Pin Badge Collection: Gotta Cart ‘Em All

Famicom Pin Badge Collection: Gotta Cart ‘Em All
While looking at the Star Soldius t-shirt, I stumbled upon another homage to classic video games, and from a Japanese artist as well. It’s a collection of Famicom cartridge pin badges. Ketchuparts’ collection will consist of 15 pin badges.
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Decorated Nerd T-Shirt: Wear Your Heart on Your, Uhm, Chest

Decorated Nerd T-Shirt: Wear Your Heart on Your, Uhm, Chest
A year ago we saw a set of awesome military-style pins for console gamers. But what if you’re not just a gaming nerd? Many of us also love other geeky things like science fiction shows, tabletop gaming and the like.

Blinking E-Ink Name Badges on the Way. Why? Why Not?

Blinking E-Ink Name Badges on the Way. Why? Why Not?
The only thing more unnecessary than a name badge that says “Hello, my name is…” is one that blinks. Sorta like the old HTML <BLINK> tag that most of us had the good sense to stop using about a decade ago. Thanks to the fine folks at Korea’s Neolux, we’ll soon be staring at blinking badges that use the same E-Ink technology you might find in a book reader, or a superfluous ad in Esquire.

Accessorize With Arcade Machine Buttons

Accessorize With Arcade Machine Buttons
Arcade fans, here’s a great way to dress up your wardrobe and show your gamer spirit at the same time. The perfect companion to their earlier gamer medals of honor, SuperMandolini is at it once more, this time with these shiny 1-inch round badges that look just like the buttons on an arcade cabinet. Each set of 10 handmade buttons (€16 / $20 US) includes everything you need to pull off your favorite combo moves, as well as the essential single and two-player select buttons – without which, your game would never start.

Video Game Buttons: Plenty of Flair to Wear

Video Game Buttons: Plenty of Flair to Wear
Next time you head to your job over at Chotchkie’s, your boss won’t have anything to complain about since you’ll have tons of these awesome video game badges pinned all over your suspenders. Created by Alexander Pfaender of Augenbluten/ITF, these fun 1-inch round buttons offer whimsical renditions of classic gaming systems and controllers from 1977 through 2006. Featuring bold icons for classic gaming systems from the Atari 2600 to the Nintendo Wii, the series of 22 video game buttons offers something for everyone.

USB Badge Drive: an Identity Thief’S Dream

USB Badge Drive: an Identity Thief’S Dream
If you’ve got to wear an ID card around your neck for your job, why not put it to some use with this badge holder that’s also a portable storage device. Just plug your SD, SDHC, MMC, Mini SD, RS MMC or MicroSD/T-Flash memory card into the badge and you’ll be able to carry your data wherever you go.

Your Name in (LED) Lights

Your Name in (LED) Lights
You’ll be the center of attention with this little gadget which lets you wear your own miniature LED scrolling sign board. The $39 Infrared LED Name Badge is a tiny version of those scrolling signs you see all over the place.
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