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This Alien wedding cake made the rounds on the internet about a year ago, but somehow I missed out on it. But like many things on the ‘net, everything old is new again, so I figured I’d give it a whirl and see how many people pick this thing up and send it to their friends again anyhow.
You’ve probably seen a handful of console cakes by now, even Xbox 360 cakes. But what about a specific type of Xbox 360 cake? One lucky husband got this extra special cake for his birthday a couple of months ago:
The perfect combo to the Halo: Reach box cake.
Nintendo just revealed this awesome Super Mario Bros. cake during the game’s 25th anniversary celebration in New York. I can say that this is the perfect way to celebrate all those years of playing Mario games in their different incarnations over the years.
My 6-year-old daughter plays more games on my iPhone and iPad than I do. If my iPad is missing, I can generally find her laid out in the floor somewhere playing Angry Birds. She calls it “the slingshot game” more often than not.
I just spotted this Ms. Pac-Man cake over on flickr contributor melonqueen‘s photostream, and just had to feature it.
While I’m not sure that the Atari 2600 ever had graphics this good, I still like the idea of the edible 2600 joystick on the side.
This ridiculous looking Q*bert cake comes to us courtesy of Karen from Highland Bakery.
It’s a pretty accurate likeness of the original orange freak from arcade days gone by. For some reason, I wanted to call it a Q*bert Qake, but I’ll resist.
This crazy looking 200-pound cake looks like an octopus. While I rarely eat any cakes, this gigantic one made me smile, and mutter a prayer to the almighty Cthulhu!
Karen Portaleo from Highland Bakery is behind this mammoth cephalopod.
Upcoming game Halo: Reach has a $150 (USD) limited bundle, dubbed the Legendary Edition. It has lots of doodads in it, including a diorama of the Noble Team. And it comes in a UNSC-themed box:
Photobucket member cdcredninja showed off an equally legendary cake version of the UNSC box.
Pastry Jedi/awesome baker/awesomer mom Lisa Smiley made this huge Death Star-topped birthday cake for her son’s 9th birthday. I guess we should expect nothing less than magical things from a person whose last name is Smiley.
Ask and ye shall receive. At least that’s what young Navin got for his birthday present last year – a cake that looks like Chewbacca’s decapitated noggin on a platter.
I didn’t know Wookiee hair and teeth were digestible.
These delicious looking Star Wars cupcakes by lclllc turned up over on Flickr and they look awesome.
The set of cakes includes the cartoony likenesses of everyone from Yoda to Boba Fett to Princess Leia to the Death Star to an Ewok and even a Tusken Raider in yummy cupcake form.
Created by Michelle Wibowo of Michelle Sugar Art, this Mario cake looks like it took quite a bit of time to put together, and you could only eat his body. From what I can tell, his head is made out of foam, covered with fondant.
This isn’t the first Brutal Legend cake we’ve featured, but it certainly puts the first one to shame.
Pastry artist Barbarann Garrard (a.k.a. Cake Rhapsody) made this Brutal Legend cake for her son’s 10th birthday – it must have been some birthday party.
Sure, sure, the Na’vi people are kind, nature-loving folk. But they also have quite a dark side if you know what buttons to push. Clearly, this cute Avatar-inspired Na’vi cake was created before the RDA came along and knocked down Hometree.