Last month we featured a stuffed doll that you’ll always want to look at. Instructables member MasamuneX on the other hand made a doll that you wouldn’t want to keep in your sights. It’s a plushie of Minecraft’s terrifying Enderman.
The gals over at The House of Mouse do one thing, and one thing well. They make little tiny mice based on geeky and pop culture icons. In browsing through their collection I found hand-sewn felt rodent versions of characters from Star Wars, LoTR, Harry Potter, and Doctor Who among others.
My personal favorite has to be the Stormtrooper mouse, but I have to say that the Darth Vader, Jabba the Hutt and Wall-E ones are pretty awesome too.
This new interactive video game is aimed at kids and involves stuffing your Wii-mote down a plush animal’s throat! Fun!
Actually, he kind of swallows it and the toy comes with the game. The game uses the stuffed animal as the game’s controller.
Check out these fun Gameboy plush toys I came across in my recent Web travels. Featuring a whimsical, cartoony take on the classic hand-held gaming system, they’re the perfect gift for the Nintendo Fanboy or Fangirl in your life.
Created by Wisconsin crafter KungFuCowgirl, each of the squishy game systems has its own unique personality, thanks to the slight variations in each handmade Gameboy.
They measure in at just a wee-bit bigger than an original Gameboy and come in red, yellow, green, pink or teal.
Who says arcade cabinets need to be made out of wood and metal? Why can’t they be soft and squishy? That’s what this crafter thought when she created this fun plush Pac-Man machine.
Created by Lady Harvatine, the stuffed arcade machine captures the spirit of some of my fondest arcade memories.
Did you cut your teeth dropping every last quarter of your allowance into arcade machines back in the 80s? Here’s a little something to bring back those memories whenever parked on your couch or reclining in your La-Z-Boy.