There’s not much better than eating a tasty cake, except when said cake is Mario-themed, and filled with edible gold coins. Forget smashing your head on it to get those coins. Smash your face against it and gobble it up.
Any child of the ’80s or retro gamer has probably played Mario Bros. at one time or another. If you have ever played that game you will remember the sound effects and the question mark box that got us so excited when we played.
Chris McVeigh is on a roll. Shortly after releasing his tiny LEGO consoles, the man who calls himself Powerpig has released another miniature LEGO trinket. This one’s aimed at Christmas-loving gamers. It’s a LEGO question block ornament.
We saw a nicely designed Super Mario Bros. question block lamp before, but it was operated via a plain old switch. This question block lamp 1-ups that with its touch sensitive button, so you can do just like Mario does and bump it to switch the light on and off.
I don’t think you need to punch this Question Block Lamp to get it to cough up its treasure. Which is a shame really. But it’s really well made and looks just like its video game counterpart when lit up.
An awesome cap featuring an embroidery of the iconic question mark block from Super Mario Bros. Wear it and be weary of your gamer friends’ jokes about punching your head to make coins or power-ups come out.
This Super Mario-inspired question mark block Kleenex cozy is perfect for Nintendo fans with colds – at least those who don’t already have a Famicom tissue box in their bathrooms.
Another Perler bead pixel art creation from Technabob fave artist lostmitten, you can grab one over on her Etsy shop for $20 (USD).