What you see is a Gameboy that survived a barracks bombing during the Gulf War and currently resides at the Nintendo World Store in NYC. As is evident by the Tetris screen, it still works! Now that, my friends, is quality. This clearly proves beyond a shadow of a doubt one of my most recent theories -- that Gameboys really do save lives. Okay, so maybe it doesn't prove that at all. But it does prove that Tetris was an awesome freaking game doesn't it? Yes, it most certainly does that.
Sorry for the slightly late start today folks, I got up at 4AM to drive to LAX and back so if I seem like a crackhead it's because I bought some on the way home. OMG I can totally see how people get hooked on this shit aside, this is a NES console coffee table lovingly crafted... / Continue →
Own a Famicom? Want to own all 1,051 officially released games for less than $7 a pop? Well head on down to the Mandarake Complex in Japan and pick those suckers up for only 650,000 yen ($6,500).
Many people who pass by the Mandarake Complex stop for a few minutes, especiall... / Continue →
Because I don't discriminate between Post-It animations and chalk animations (I'll watch anything that pisses away two minutes at work), this is a 3-D chalk art stop-motion from Chris Carlson (of 3-D Snake game fame) of Tetris being played. Amazingly, the player manages to set... / Continue →