Geeky: Super Mario Bros piggy banks

On September 18, 2012, in Geeky, by Mike Jefferson

We covered all sorts of geeky items, and you probably remember 3D-printed Portal Gun replica that we saw recently, and if you’re fan of video games, today we have another item which you might find interesting.


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Geeky: Super Mario aquarium for video game geeks

On June 29, 2012, in Geeky, by Mike Jefferson

We know that Super Mario is a legendary video game character, and there’s no doubt that he has millions of fans all over the world, and speaking of Super Mario fans, one of them has made a special geeky aquarium.


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For Super Mario geeks: Koopa Shell USB mouse

On May 30, 2012, in Geeky, by Mike Jefferson

Super Mario is one of the most famous video game characters, and if you’re fan of a Super Mario and video games in general, today we have a special treat for you.


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Super Mario has gained tremendous popularity over the years, and if you’re a Super Mario fan, today we have special pair of headphones for you.

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Super Mario Coin Block Pendant Lamp is activated by touch

On March 12, 2012, in Geeky, by Mike Jefferson

You probably remember the Tetris Desk Lamp that we covered recently, and if you’ve liked the Tetris Lamp, today we have another geeky lamp inspired by video games for your room.


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There are people that simply enjoy in latest video games, but if you or your significant other has a thing for retro video games, today we have something special if you want to have a geeky wedding, and it is called Wedding Entertainment System.

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The Smithsonian American Art Museum is organising an exhibition which explores the evolution of video games – “The Art of Video Games”. Until April 7, voters selected 80 games from 240 video games appeared in the last 40 years. The Museum has released the list of the video games to be included in the exhibition.


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