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Tag: Paper

Paper Mario Goes Online Without Nintendo’s Help

Paper Mario Goes Online Without Nintendo’s Help
Here’s a fun online Mario platformer called Paper Mario World that the guys over at Random Good Stuff recently dug up. But this game wasn’t made under the watchful eye of Nintendo. It was actually created over five months by a rabid Mario fan (a 13-year old from Holland going by the name Lesjuh) and it’s quite faithful to the design styling of the original Paper Mario games.

Nintendo Collages for Everyone

Nintendo Collages for Everyone
Remember those amazing handmade Nintendo collages that I mentioned a few weeks back? Regardless of how cool you thought they were, dropping 250 big ones on a piece of art instead of that new Wii might have been a turn-off to some of you.
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Electronic Paper Could have Worked Like This

Electronic Paper Could have Worked Like This
For those of you out there who aren’t big fans of electronic paper devices like the Amazon Kindle and Sony’s e-Reader, just be thankful that we didn’t end up in an alternative universe where this was the way you’d receive your daily newspaper.

Nintendo Collages Made to Order

Nintendo Collages Made to Order
These fun, one-of-a-kind paper collages are inspired by popular Nintendo video game characters. Washington DC artist and die-hard Nintendo fanboy Chris Lange handcrafts these colorful gaming collages from old Nintendo Power magazines, so he’s not lying when he states that they’re “100% Nintendo”.

Worst Casemod Ever: Ubuntubox Cardboard Pc

Worst Casemod Ever: Ubuntubox Cardboard Pc
This computer has to be the biggest hunk of junk I’ve ever seen. Cobbled together from cardboard, red duct tape and embellished with a Sharpie, the UbuntuBox V1.0 certainly won’t win any awards for build quality.

Speakers Not Worth the Paper They’re Printed on

Speakers Not Worth the Paper They’re Printed on
Now I’ve seen some cheap speakers in my days, but even the chintziest ones I’ve seen were at least made out of plastic. Not these. These ones are fabricated from thick paper stock. Xenics Music Cube M speakers offer up some truly low-fidelity sound thanks to their flimsy cardboard construction.

Friend’s Xbox 360 Died? Send Your Condolences.

Friend’s Xbox 360 Died? Send Your Condolences.
If you’re into video games at all, chances are you know somebody who had an Xbox 360 crap out on them. Here’s your chance to show you care by sending them this clever condolence card. Greeting card artist bsangel created this Xbox 360 Red Rings of Death card which lets your grieving gaming pals know your heartfelt wishes in their time of need.

Nintendo Famicom Kleenex Cozy: Paper Mario, Literally

Nintendo Famicom Kleenex Cozy: Paper Mario, Literally
A perfect bathroom accessory to complement to those Mario Brothers air fresheners, this tissue box cover looks just like the original Japanese Nintendo Famicom console. The box slips over the top of a standard box of tissues, and dispenses them from the cartridge slot.

Cardboard Boom Box Really Works

Cardboard Boom Box Really Works
This boom box has everything you’d expect in a portable stereo: an amplifier, speakers, even an iPod dock. But this one is made out of cardboard. While most portable stereos aren’t particularly waterproof, this one doesn’t stand a chance in a rainstorm.

Classic Mac Icons on Note Cards

Classic Mac Icons on Note Cards
Here’s a great little gift for any Mac fanatic. User interface designer Susan Kare makes these fun notecards that feature her original designs from the classic Apple Macintosh computer. All of your favorites are there: the smiling computer, the watch, the paint bucket and the dreaded bomb among others.

Spamtrap: Shreds Spam Into a Fine Pulp

Spamtrap: Shreds Spam Into a Fine Pulp
I don’t know what it is that fascinates me so much about shredding devices lately; maybe it’s just my latent destructive tendencies. That said, this art installation by artist Bill Shackelford just seemed too good to not mention.

Technorobot: the Paper Automaton

Technorobot: the Paper Automaton
Sure, you could go spend hundreds of dollars on one of those fancy robot kits, or you could be a cheap bastard like me, and pick up one of these. At just 12 bucks, you can’t expect much.

The Hamster Powered Paper Shredder

The Hamster Powered Paper Shredder
Do you have too many adapters plugged into in your power strip? This decidedly Flinstonian piece of office equipment eliminates the need for electricity by using hamster power. As little hammy pedals his butt off, he generates his own shredded paper bedding.
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