Tagged: NES Toaster

Celebrating 30 years of Nintendo magnificence with these mods and DIYs

Happy birthday Nintendo

On October 18, 1985 Nintendo released its first ever console in the region of North America and since then the Japanese gaming giant has not looked back. In a way Nintendo has revolutionized the gaming industry and how can we forget those old school gaming days when playing addictive arcade games like Super Mario Bros. or Duck Hunt for hours and hours was bliss. It has been 30 years since that time and Nintendo has come a long way in establishing itself as a household name for gaming freaks. As a tribute on 30th birthday of Nintendo we have compiled a list of Nintendo-inspired geek stuff and Nintendo mods that you’ll definitely enjoy.
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Nintoaster serves you crisp retro gaming toast with a twist

Nintendo gaming console and toaster have nothing in common that is until now. NES fanboys have been acquainted with this association between a toaster and NES console before as a toaster made from a NES console that makes crisp toasts. But now it is the other way around as another hard core NES fan has created a NES console from a toaster. [NintendoFreak] has created a Nintoaster which has a toaster that doesn’t serve crisp toasts; rather it has a slot right into the toaster to fit the game cartridge. Nearing completion the DIY project is going to have LEDs and the inspiration has been derived from the vomitsaw instructional video. To get the gaming frenzy going good the toaster has been fitted with 144 cartridge connector leads which were soldered and the leads for the connector fit right into AV jacks.
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