Here’s the latest ridiculous keychain gadget to come to us from the same guys who brought us infinite bubble wrap and the thirst-unquenching beer can simulator. I give you… never-ending chocolate.
Created in celebration of the 84th anniversary of Meiji chocolates, Bandai’s Meiji chocolate bar clips onto your keychain or cell phone and lets you simulate the sensation and sounds (???)
Super Mario fans – looking for a sugar fix? These delicious sweet and sour candies are the perfect treat for anyone who spends at least a few hours a week bouncing around the Mushroom Kingdom.
There are 5 different candy designs, including green apple sour 1-up mushrooms, blue raspberry mini mushrooms, cherry red cherry power-up mushrooms, sugary yellow star candies, and strawberry-flavored coin candies.
These cake balls are perfect representations of the classic Katamari Damacy: they’re sticky and colorful, and they look like they’re a lot of fun to use (eat). Pieces might occasionally pop off mid-use, too. Hey, nothing’s perfect.
These handmade Super Mario Bros. candies from pastry artist Ana Fuji look too good to eat. Each delightful bon-bon features the likeness of a popular character from the Mushroom Kingdom, popping its head out of the top of an orb of chocolate and fondant.
I had to figure this was going to show up sooner or later. What with the Nintendo NES mints and Wii gum containers, it was only a matter of time before the Atari 2600 got all jealous and demanded its fair shake.
Give this WALL-E a good whack with a baseball bat, and it’ll spew forth its guts filled with candy goodness.
The handmade WALL-E pinata comes from Etsy seller victorof1980s, complete with predetermined weak spots to make sure that your candy comes tumbling to the ground when beaten.
Cakes, cupcakes… things of the past. Relics from a ruined age. Now it’s candy, folks; if you want to make decorative, teeth-rotting sweets, it’s all about candy displays, just like this one. It’s the cutting edge!
He might enjoy the occasional cherry, strawberry or pretzel, but there’s one food that Pac-Man loves above all – the power pellet. Now you can enjoy the same tasty treats that Pac-Man chomps as he moves around the maze.
I was cruising around checking out the finalists for the Washington Post’s annual Easter Peeps Diorama competition this morning, and came across this bit of Apple/Peeps humor by Sarah Kohari and Erin Mastrangelo – it’s Peep Chromatic.
Trekkies like candies too. This limited edition, 8-piece Star Trek Pez gift set is further proof that Trekkies aren’t so different from you and me and therefore must not be shunned, no matter how obsessed they are with made up languages and men that wear headbands over their eyes.
After 4 years of playing second-fiddle to the Nintendo DS, the Sony PSP finally has something that the DS doesn’t. A candy version. And no, this thing doesn’t count.
Check out these officially-licensed PlayStation Portable candies, loaded up inside a metal tin that looks just like a PSP.
Nothing says love like biting into a chocolate rendering of your significant other! Paul Pape Design’s Chocomiis took geek Valentine’s Day by storm last year, though they had no real name and apparently no real boxes, but now the Wii avatar chocolates are attempting to make a comeback.
With all the insanity of the recent holidays, I somehow missed this tasty advertisement that Sony Style was running for the recent shopping season.
Created by the CGI mavens over at Tronic Studio, the ad envisions larger-than-life versions of Sony gear, poured from chocolate.