Hey guys, my birthday is coming up and you know what I want? World Peace. Just kidding! That will never happen. What I really want is this Color The 90s adult coloring book by Outrageous Katie. It says ‘Adult’, so don’t let anyone give you any shit about being in your 20s, 30s or 40s and coloring in a coloring book (50 years olds can suck it, your were in your 20s when this stuff was relevant). For those interested in this little piece of Nostalgic awesomeness, you can buy it on Amazon! That place has everything! Except my fathers love….Anywho! Check out the link here as well as a few pictures below to get a taste of what the book offers and to plan out your coloring adventure! I myself am going to color Tim Allen blue because I’ve never seen a blue Tim Allen before and quite frankly, I want to see one.
This is a vintage ad for the Game Boy game Gargoyle’s Quest that as you can see, claims “graphics so real you’ll forget it’s only a game.” And you know what? They were right! And that is why Nintendo is still king and the Game Boy is still relevant after all these years.
This is FreezerBoy, a $20 set of refrigerator magnets that make your fridge look like a giant Game Boy. It looks pretty sweet and is way better option than posting pictures of your sister’s ugly kid on the fridge. I can’t wait to get mine and play my favorite game: Eating My Feelings (by CAPCOM). Enjoy more pictures below.
Seriously who wants to go halfsies? This 5,700+ game video game and console collection being sold by eBayer reel.big.fish includes every retail Nintendo, Super Nintendo, Game Boy, Game Boy Color, Virtual Boy, N64, Gamecube and Sega Master System game sold in North America, plus a ton of of Game Boy Advanced, Sega Genesis, Sega Game Gear, Atari 2600 and Turbografx-16. The current asking price is $164,000 so I’m about $163,990 short. So here is my plan: I’ll start a kickstarter campaign to buy all these games and anyone who donates is totally allowed to come over any time they want to play…between 3-5pm…on Saturdays only… Bonus playing time can be granted if you are willing to blow on any Nintendo cartridges that aren’t working. Sound good? Cool. Here are more pictures of our future investment!
How far we have come in 25 years. Back in 1989 Nintendo revolutionized gaming when it launched Game Boy and it blew people away! And why wouldn’t it? Did you see those sweet graphics for that “outrageous new game, Tetris”? Other than the fact that it only had two buttons and no colour, game boy had it all!