To promote their expensive leatherwares, Bexar Goods Co. created this one-of-a-kind leather-wrapped NES, which it’s giving away to one lucky winner who either enters their contest HERE, or purchases anything from their store between now and 11.25.20. I didn’t buy anything, but I did just enter the contest with all
Pocket monsters: there can never be enough of them. And now programmer Matthew Rayfield has created 3,000 more using language-based artificial intelligence models. Some more information about what he did while I choose Pikachu but we still lose the battle anyways because he didn’t choose me and a solid relationship
This is a video of Youtuber Skramblez riding the Super Mario 64 Peach’s Castle level he constructed with the custom park creator tool in Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 1 + 2. In Skramblez own words: “My most ambitious custom park so far… the iconic Peach’s Castle from Super Mario 64!
This is a video of very talented violinist Rob Landes performing the Super Mario World theme with increasing difficulty, from noob to epic. By the end he’s playing the theme AND all the sound effects in the game as they happen. That is impressive. Maybe not as impressive as when
This is a video of hardware hacker and Twitter user @r1ckp (sweet Penfold profile pic, btw) demonstrating the new interactive LEGO Super Mario toy that he modded to function as a controller to play the original Super Mario Bros., including the ability to shoot fireballs and go down warp pipes
This is a very 90’s Game Boy commercial marketing the handheld console to adults who need a break from their fast-paced adult lives. Honestly, the same tactic would probably work just as well for selling White Claw hard setlzers. Maybe even better, because I just bought a 12-pack based on
LEGO and Nintendo have just announced they’ll be releasing a Nintendo Entertainment System LEGO set on August 1st that builds both a NES system (complete with insertable game cartridge and plug-in controller) and retro television set with hand-crank powered scrolling Super Mario Bros. level. The 2,646 piece set will cost
This is a stop motion video created by video game designer Phil Compile and his 4-year old son Ollie using this set of Super Mario Bros fridge magnets. Man, if I had made this at 4-years old it would still be the greatest achievement of my life. Dare to dream,