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Tag: Cartridge

Playable NES Console Built Into an NES Cartridge [Casemod]

Playable NES Console Built Into an NES Cartridge [Casemod]
The first time I saw an NES gaming system built into an NES cartridge, I thought it was pretty sweet. Until I saw this one, which totally outdoes the original. Inspired by an earlier NESp (Ninendo Entertainment System portable) mod by darkeru, modder airz managed to put a completely playable game system, including a 2.8-inch LCD screen and original NES controller buttons into an old Super Mario Bros./Duck

Atari 2600 Cart Clocks, Because You Hate Games

Atari 2600 Cart Clocks, Because You Hate Games
Ah, game cartridges. They can bring so much joy… and take up so much space. And sure, you could save ’em forever, clearing space to keep all those boxes and carts… or you could brutally gut them and turn them into something else.
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NES Cartridge Hard Drives Could Store Every 8-Bit Game Ever Made

NES Cartridge Hard Drives Could Store Every 8-Bit Game Ever Made
Here’s a great external hard drive for fans of the original Nintendo Entertainment System. These NES cartridges have had their guts ripped out and replaced with high-capacity modern hard drives. The guys over at 8-Bit Memory take retro NES carts and retrofit them with USB hard drives that you can use with any modern PC or Mac.

Blaze 3-in-1 Selector Lets You Switch Nintendo Ds Lite Games on the Go

Blaze 3-in-1 Selector Lets You Switch Nintendo Ds Lite Games on the Go
Want to quickly flip between your favorite games on your Nintendo DS Lite? Check out this handy accessory that lets you choose from 3 different games with just the flick of a switch. The BLAZE 3-in-1 game selector has triple cartridge bays, and a single ribbon connector that plugs into your DS’ cartridge slot.

NES Cartridge Wine Charms Make Drinking Classy

NES Cartridge Wine Charms Make Drinking Classy
Most people inclined to hang things off their wine glasses, they go in for beads or flowers or some frou-frou garbage. But you’re a (wo)man. You need something that speaks to your maturity and general awesomeness.

Fc Mobile 2 the Best Portable NES Gets a 1up

Fc Mobile 2 the Best Portable NES Gets a 1up
It wasn’t all that long ago that the guys from Hyperkin released the FC Mobile, a portable gaming system that could play original cartridges from your old NES console. Now, they’re getting set to release an update to the system that makes it just that much more compelling.

Modder Squeezes Famicom Into Famicom Cart (Sort of)

Modder Squeezes Famicom Into Famicom Cart (Sort of)
Here’s what this looks like: a workable, playable Famicom cartridge modded to contain an entire Famicom. But oh how deceiving looks can be. Really, this is a Yinlips media player with a Famicom emulator stuffed into a business card holder shaped like a Famicom cart.

Some Really, Really Rare Atari 2600 Games

Some Really, Really Rare Atari 2600 Games
Flickr member Redbeard Math Pirate came across this collection of extremely hard to find Atari 2600 games. See if you can recognize any of them: For some reason I can’t any find these in my closet between my copies of Pitfall and Adventure.

Ditch Your Psps: Complete Famicom Collection for Sale

Ditch Your Psps: Complete Famicom Collection for Sale
I’m starting to think that the only reason the PSP exists is because some Sony executive’s kid nagged him for a portable version of Monster Hunter. Where the games at Sony? Even Famicom owners have it better than us!

Famicom Cart + Camera = Famicam

Famicom Cart + Camera = Famicam
Famicom cartridges, and their NES counterparts, have been turned into a great many things by the DIY community–including the consoles themselves–but this particular mod wins major cool points simply for design. Turns out a Sony point-and-shoot camera is just the right size to fit inside a hollowed out cartridge.

Famicard NES on a Cartridge Gets Zelda-Fied

Famicard NES on a Cartridge Gets Zelda-Fied
Remember the awesome Fami-Card – the casemod which managed to cram a fully-functional 8-bit Nintendo console into an old NES cartridge? Well the Fami-Card is back, and this time the circuit has made its way into a classic Zelda cartridge.

NES System Built Into Game Cartridge [Casemod]

NES System Built Into Game Cartridge [Casemod]
This awesome NES casemod manages to squeeze a fully-functional Nintendo 8-bit console into the body of one of the system’s own game cartridges. The Fami-Card started out its life as an original Super Mario Brothers cartridge.

Play Famicom Games on Your Nintendo Ds

Play Famicom Games on Your Nintendo Ds
Sick of all those newfangled games on your Nintendo DS? This new gadget lets you dust off your old 8-bit games and play them on your DS Lite. The CYBER Familator Lite plugs into your DS Lite’s GBA adapter slot and lets you plug in carts from the old Nintendo Famicom (aka NES here in the states), and play them right on the DS screen.

Rare Nintendo Game Hits Auction Block

Rare Nintendo Game Hits Auction Block
Looking for a chance to own one of the rarest video game collectibles of all time? Got $12,000 to spare? Then head on over to this auction on eBay and hit “Buy it Now!” to grab this extraordinarily rare 1990 Nintendo World Championship NES cartridge.

Inkjet Cartridges Get a Personality

Inkjet Cartridges Get a Personality
These wacky collectible desktop figurines get their inspiration from inkjet printer cartridges. Mark James’ Cardboy CMYK Cartridge critters comes in the four familiar printer ink colors, cyan, magenta, yellow and black. The 4-inch tall figures are available individually for £5.95 (appx.

NES Mp3 Player and Speaker Mod

NES Mp3 Player and Speaker Mod
It seems like I can’t let a week go by without coming across something new crammed into an old Nintendo Entertainment System controller. A couple of weeks back it was the NintendoSlvr, then we had the NESMouse.
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