Geek chic doesn't get much geekier than this Nintendo NES cartridge cushion set.
Not just a bit of nostalgia, the Nintendo NES Controller backpack is quite useful thing too.
Chopping boards are rarely exciting things, but this Gamepad Chopping Board by Joseph Joseph should brighten up your kitchen when not in use.
Love 8-bit console games? Tell the world with this Nintendo NES reversible messenger bag.
Essentially, it's a messenger bag with an adjustable shoulder strap and room for a laptop up to 15 inches. But it's all about the design. One side is the classic NES controller, the other side is a pattern made out of tiny controllers. What's not to love?
If you want one, $36.99 gets you one.
Etsy is always rich pickings for something interesting and creative, with this Rock Dock being a typical example.
It's just one example from the range of GeekUnique, which also includes quirky docks made from old kit by Atari, Sony and of course, Nintendo, throughout the years. This is of course a dock made from an 80s Nintendo NES controller, simply connect the included USB cable to your computer to charge and sync any iPhone or iPod (excluding the iPod Shuffle).
Cheap enough at a price of $34.99.
Find out more at the GeekUnique Etsy website
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Here's a great spot of recycling – using old game cartridges to make musical instruments – the work of NESharmonica.
As the name suggests, these are old Nintendo NES cartridges, but mixed with a Hohner harmonica tuned to the key of E to produce the novelty instrument. They even throw in some instructions and sheet music, plus the original circuit board that features the game. Well, you never know when nostalgia takes hold.
Take your pick from a variety of games (including the Zelda pictured here), with prices starting at $24.99.