The Nintendo styled iPhone case is handcrafted of high quality natural bamboo, is has a two pieces design for smooth mounting and un-mounting and allows easy access to all iPhone ports and buttons. Now you’re playing with portable power.
Keep your favorite gaming console close to your heart … literally!
Designed for geeky gals who want to show what they’re really made of (well … at least when the shirts go off!!!), the Nintendo Controller Bra is hand painted with permanent acrylic paint, is washable (comes with care instructions), is available in most sizes ranging between 32A and 40G and it comes with a full dose of awesomeness!
Cool, isn’t it? Let’s hear your thoughts in the comments bellow …
Still in love with the retro gaming style? Ad a retro feel to your modern gaming with the Bluetooth NES controller for smartphones and tablets.
The 8BitDo controller natively works via wireless Bluetooth connection with all iOs devices including iPhone and iPad, Androidsmartphones and tablets and Windows Mobile gadgets. Styled as the original NES controller, the 8BitDo gamepad has programmable keys, dual-mode support, USB connectivity in case you want to hook it up to a non-Bluetooth gadget such as an older laptop, a 480 mAh rechargeable battery which allows up to 20 hours of game playing, built-in CPU for firmware upgrades and extended compatibility and features touch screen simulation, very useful with those modern, pure touch-screen games!
And, to make things easier for you, the NES controller comes with an Xtander base which allows you to stand up touch screen devices and play with ease.
Amazing, isn’t it? What are you waiting for … Go get one right away and revive that old-times-retro-gaming feeling you’re still craving for …
The coolest game around 30 years ago?
Game enthusiast Marc Kerger surely remembers it! For the game’s 30st anniversary (back on June 6th) Marc took a regular t-shirt, decorated it with some Tetris game design elements (to make it look cooler), 3D printed the main game’s compartment, inserted two Adafruit controllers, 128 LED’s and 4 AA batteries and made the first ever playable Tetris T-Shirt.
Watch him play a quick game in the attached video!
This cool t-shirt is not available for sale and Kerger does not provide any instructions on how to make your own! But, if you want to give it a try and mingle with the components hoping to replicate his success, start by checking out this Instructables project which served his a start base for the project.
The original Street Fighter video game was released back in 1987 and was one of the best fighting games around! The player was impersonating Ryu, a martial arts combatant and had to fight its way up in a worldwide martial arts tournament by defeating unique fighting style characters originating from different parts of world.
In 2012, to celebrate 25 years of Street Fighter, Capcom, the Japanese game publisher behind the franchise, released, among others, a special anniversary edition chess set featuring all characters involved in the original game.
The Street Fighter 25 Anniversary Chess Edition sports highly detailed 1.75″ to 3.25″ (4.44 cm to 8.25 cm) tall silver and pewter-colored resin pieces (all pieces have inscriptions with the original pieces on the front and he back for easy identification during game play) as well as a 18″x18″ (45.5×45.5 cm) glass game board with smoked and sandblasted effects. The chess set comes with a Capcom authenticity certificate.
Atari Flashack console, 75 Atari built-in games including Space Invaders, Centipede, Asteroids,Battle Zone, Jungle Hunt, Tempest Missile Command, Yar’s Revenge, Two Atari Flashback 2600 wireless controllers, Plug and play on any TV, classic Asteroids poster included – this is what you get when you purchase AtGames Atari 40th Anniversary Special Edition Flashback 4 Game Console.
Hours and hours of fun, just as in the good, old times!!! Coming as an upgraded version of the previously released Flashback 3, the 4th edition of the Atari Flashback console comes with more games, wireless controllers are replacing the wired ones in the older version and has a Classic Asteroids Poster included as a gift.
Let’s hear you in the comments, which Atari game was your favorite back then?
If you ever played Super Mario Bros. (and you should have, unless you lived the last 30 years under a rock!) you must know it’s not an easy play! You have to defeat various foes, collect coins, discover secrets and beat bosses, all this by jumping around over and over again!
But how about playing the game in a different way? How about playing it to collect the less coins possible and kill no foes? This is what Youtube user NotEntirelySure did and his results are simply impressive. The first vid above shows a 600 point game play with no deaths (note that the lowest possible score is 500 points). The second video shows a 500 points game (although he lost a life at level 8-1 where you need to make it accros a very large gap without grabbing any coins).
Watch his impressive play!