Anyone who grew up in the 1970s or 1980s has seen and probably used one of the Polaroid instant cameras with the pics that shoot out the front and develop themselves. The cameras are largely extinct, and the film is scarce.
Like many Japanese games, Mega Man has so many series that it warrants an intra-mash-up in itself: Original Series vs. Legends vs. X vs. Battle Network vs. Star Force. Mega Man vs. Mega Man, if you will.
Aside from FaceTime, the Retina Display and the revolutionary paradigm-shifting flawlessly perfect antenna, a select few iPhone owners also get access to one more new feature: a dedicated, touch-sensitive End Call button. Apple just forgot to label it, but that’s easy to remedy:
So by now, the entire universe knows that Steve Jobs offered up free bumpers and cases for iPhone 4 users to help them with dropped calls from the so called “death grip” issue if you touch the lower left side of the iPhone while making a call.
These Pac-Man stickers from Moscow are perfect for adorning the back of your iPad, iMac or Mac Book, thanks to the incorporation of the Apple logo as a fruit for Pac-Man to gobble down. From what I recall, the apple was worth about 700 points in the game, so it’s a pretty good bonus opportunity to gobble one of these down.
Just in time for the hype for the next Iron Man movie to begin, this Iron Man vinyl decal sticker lets you customize your MacBook with superhero style.
Sure, the Snow White vinyl sticker is really neat, but Iron Man kind of kicks Snow White’s butt into next Sunday.
One of the reasons why Nokia’s cellphones became so popular here in the Philippines was the fact that most of their earlier models had cases that were easy to remove and swap, providing a bit of customization.
If you feel the need to ugly up your Nintendo DSi, Takara Tomy has a creative way of managing it: magic film note stickers. What? Exactly.
These Memo Film notepad stickers actually aren’t a bad idea; there’s definitely plenty of reason to take notes while grinding away at one of the DS’s lengthy RPGs.
If the only design on your consoles are dust and fingerprints, you might want to check out Etsy shop NoveltyGallery and their vinyl skins for various game systems. Unfortunately there are no video game-themed skins; most of them are abstract, floral, or child-friendly designs.
Looking for a fun way to spruce up your gameroom? These fun Tetris block decals let you enjoy a life-sized version of the classic block puzzle game on your wall.
Created by a Vancouver, BC graphic artist going by the moniker “Fame”, the set of vinyl stickers are perfect for any smooth surface.
The guys over at Evil Mad Scientist Labs created these wacky stickers that you can slap on the boxes from your gadgets, video games and software.
The labels say “Now Slower and with More Bugs”, making them perfect on a copy of Windows Vista or maybe even Mac OS X Leopard.
The latest in DecalGirl’s series of skins for Apple’s iPhone is a real hoot. Perhaps to overcompensate for the notoriously low volume on the iPhone’s speakers, the Bass is Good sticker set makes your phone look like a mini-boombox.