DIY Video Shows How to Transform SNES Controller into Unique Headphones

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In today’s world, retro is cool. This is especially true when it comes to DIY projects. We’ve seen devices over the years that allow you to use original controllers from game systems on modern devices, mobile game players using cartridges and so much more. Now one DIY enthusiast has decided to pay tribute to one […]

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Retro Game Dock for iPad

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Yes, we already know about the iCade, but what about the nostalgic value of curling up with your favorite NES title from the 80s? The newest creation is called the GameDock and it effectively lets you convert your iPhone, iPad or iPad touch into a retro video game console

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iRetroPhone Rotary Dial with Dock for iPhone

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The more we look ahead to the future of technology, the more it seems we like to look back at past innovations with an utter sense of nostalgia. If you’re starting to feel the same way about your iPhone, then you may want to have a look at the iRetroPhone dock.

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iVictrola music dock costs twice as much as your iPad

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There’s a price to be paid when you want to do the antique thing, even if it’s not really an antique at all. What you see here is the iVictrola, a modern day interpretation of the original Victrola record players. The key difference, of course, is that it doesn’t play vinyl; instead, it plays music from your iPad.

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iPad 2 case transforms your tablet into a Nintendo Gameboy

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Sure, it’s fun with all this new technology around us, but don’t you miss the old days of Nintendo? Well, for those of you who want to mix the new and the old, and also combine protection and nostalgia, Lootiful is working on the perfect solution: a retro case for your iPad 2 that looks like the classic Gameboy handheld.

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iCade for iPad is the oldschool arcade cabinet we’ve always wanted

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A long time ago, in a galaxy not so far away, there was a time when kids would leave their homes if they wanted to play video games. They would gather at gaming cafes, then called “arcades,” to drop coins into the large wooden boxes that housed individual games such as Ms. Pacman, Street Fighter or Frogger. Yes, we hope you remember this time, because we sure do and miss it too.

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