This is not the first functional BMO we have seen, but this version by Imgur user NinjaBunny9000 is one of the coolest. You can play this guy just like Finn and Jake do, minus the BMO voice giving you sassy talk.
I don’t know about you, but BMO is easily one of my favorite Adventure Time characters. Who doesn’t love a handheld gaming unit that somehow has consciousness and survived in a post-apocalyptic world?
Now you can look like BMO himself thanks to this awesome hoodie.
We’ve seen a BMO toy with a LEGO case and another one that appears to have a wooden case. Mike Barretta’s take on the living console has a 3D printed case and buttons. That’s right, this BMO works much like a Game Boy in that you use the buttons on its body to play.
Mike used a Raspberry Pi Model A+ and a Teensy 2.0
LEGO enthusiast Michael Thomas made this awesome LEGO replica of Adventure Time’s BMO. But wait! BMO is computer! Michael also put a Raspberry Pi inside BMO, as well as a 2.5″ screen. That means he can actually use his BMO to play video games, just like Finn and Jake do with the cartoon BMO.
If you watch Adventure Time, you know that BMO is an incredibly versatile robot. He/She/It can function as a video game console, toaster, flashlight, alarm clock, music player, electrical outlet and more. And now, BMO can serve you a cup of tea.
The multifunctional BMO crosses over with Nyan Cat in this spectacular birthday cake that was baked for somebody named Pen. I’m sure those who were were in attendance at Pen’s birthday party had an awesome time that was made even more awesome, thanks to the mere presence of this fantabulous, multi-layered and multi-colored cake.