Clothing designer Natalie Hutcheson from Los Angeles, a.k.a. Etsy crafter HutchMe, has created a nice geeky line of belt buckles inspired by popular retro video games.
This colorful video game device plugs into your TV, no console needed, and lets you to bring back some good ol’ 80s arcade game memories.
The 30th Anniversary of the classic arcade video game Space Invaders is in full swing with new products being announced almost every week. Last week we saw these keychains, and soon gamers will be able to lay their hands on a pair of Space Invaders […]
These cool looking Space Invaders keychains from the Japanese video game developer Taito are made of crystal clear acrylic, each one with a colorful pixel invader captured inside.
The 30th Anniversary of the classic arcade video game Space Invaders is in full swing, and now you will soon be able to get some nice pillows to go with those cool looking Space Invaders Bath Towels.
Here’s a cool tabletop arcade for the ones of you who prefer having your collection of classic video games on top of the table, rather than hidden inside.
The guys over at the great Random Good Stuff blog have compiled a nice list of the Weirdest Interactive Video Games nobody wants.
The ANEO GX-10 is a new palyful web camera that comes with three interactive PC video games: Kungfu, Super Knight, and Funny Stair.
How about starting 2008 off with a some geeky game related cross stitching?
It’s been almost 30 years since the arcade version of Space Invaders came out, and the classic video game is still often used as a design inspiration for new products. Here are four great examples of this: Space Invaders Keychain (Update: Link removed because site […]
Ok, I’ll make this a quick one since the item will probably be sold out soon.
The Christmas Tree Projector was cool, but this one tops it all. This awesome Pac-Man Christmas Tree can be seen at Nuevos Ministerios in Madrid, Spain. It uses thousands of multicolored LEDs to display an animated tribute to the popular classic 80s arcade video game […]
Here’s a neat way to dress up in a manner that allows you show the rest of the world your love for this classic Japanese 80s arcade video game.
Ok, these cool cufflinks are actually not called “Space Invaders” at all, instead they have decided to name them “Mothership”. But the designer Sam Wright has probably looked both once and twice at the classic 70s arcade video game when coming up with the design […]
These cufflinks should definitely have been in the 10 Beautiful Geek Cufflinks list if they would have been around at the time of the writing.
Mr BeauJangles, a UK silver jeweler currently living in Dubai (apparently, not everything is made of gold over there), has created a couple of nice looking Atari inspired cufflinks.
If you don’t like the thought of running around with Mr. Vader’s head filled with candy for Halloween, then here’s a chance to show the world some good ol’ video game love instead.
Etsy member pixelparty has created a set of lovely Ms. Pac-Man inspired bobby pins – two from Blinky, Inky, Pinky, Sue, and of course Ms. Pac-Man herself.
How about a Football Simulator ($60) to add to the golf, surfing and jet ski ones? Same idea; plug it directly into a television, and you’re away.
Shawn, who was featured in this previous post, has now added some new beautiful retro video game jewelry to his Etsy shop.