There is something about a girl that embraces her inner geek and revels in it. It’s all the better when that geeky gal also happens to be cute. Check out this fun project that comes from a girl named MaDonna, who satisfies all of the above criteria.
As we already know, Minecraft is an amazing tool for building intricate worlds and other fun digital playthings. The latest creation… Minecraft Tetris. But not just any old Tetris, this is the classic greyscale Nintendo Game Boy version many of us grew up with.
After their C-3PO and R2-D2 swimsuits, Black Milk has is showing off this Nintendo Game Boy swimsuit, for all you retro gaming fans. It also joins the ranks of the Pac-Man swimsuit that we saw last month.
If you’re one of the millions of gamers who have fond memories with the Game Boy, then you’ll love Sergio Ingravalle’s book, Pixel Galaxy. It’s a tribute to Nintendo’s Hall of Famer handheld and to pixel graphics in general.
After seeing Miss Death Star the other day, it made me wonder what other cool, retro geek-chic outfits were out there for those of you without the time to make a DIY cosplay getup. These tube dresses will allow you to dress up like a life-size Nintendo Game Boy.
I wasn’t aware that there are enthusiasts that love making miniature arcade cabinets. And they don’t just make beautiful cases, like the ones we’ve featured before, their machines are actually functional. One of the newer ones is this Space Invaders cabinet made by YouTuber vcoleiro1.
There are a lot of cases floating around town for your much-coveted tablet from Apple. There are iPad 2 cases that look like visions of art like the Wasabi Wooden cases, while there are those that look more typical but have a bit more functionality like the PaletteCase.
There are tons of video game-themed replacement icons on the Internet, but if you’re looking for controllers – plus a couple of handhelds – then you should definitely check out this icon pack by deviantART user deleket.
Video game modder Goteking gutted out a couple of Game Boys and used their carcasses as protective cases for his Nintendo 3DS. It’s quite brutal if you think about it, using your ancestor’s corpse to protect yourself.
Even though it was obviously not it’s primary function, the oscilloscope is considered to be one of the first video game systems. Flashing LEDs pays tribute to that appropriately geeky root of gaming with this clever hack.
I really have no idea what’s going on here, but this hack involves an iPhone 4, and HTC Aria Android OS phone and an old Game Boy.
Best I can tell, Goteking’s Game Boy has been hollowed out and the Aria is set up to replace its display.
Are you looking for a unique decal? Take a look at this Game Boy Color iPhone 4 decal that will make the back of your precious iPhone look almost like a classic Game Boy.
Since this is a decal, you won’t be bulking up your iPhone.
It’s true that the original Game Boy is a timeless piece of portable video gaming. Heck, I know that I spent countless hours trying to beat my best at Tetris. In this great little hack, the familiar green screen is gone.
This colorful Game Boy isn’t really an customized old school Nintendo Game Boy. Nah. It’s actually completely made out of paper! Well, it sure fooled me.
When I first saw this, I tried to remember if they ever came out with a Game Boy in these colors.