Gaming has come a long way since the day I first had my hands on an Atari. In fact, gamers have also evolved to a point where some of them try to build their own gaming system at home no matter how crude.
image/text ccredit: Sata Production
There’s a little surprise in this unassuming cardboard box: a physical side-scroller, a paper-based re-imagining of Nintendo classic Super Mario Bros.It’s all powered by a small electric motor and a 9V battery,and some popsicle sticks, painters tape and a soda straw.via(en.zockme).
Super Mario Bros is an iconic game by Nintendo that revolutionized and resurrected the then dying industry. Its popularity has spawned a series of sequels, becoming the best-selling game of all time for a single platform.
Using picture templates, cardboard boxes and simple electronic wiring, the dude who runs Sata Productions managed to build himself a ‘Super Mario Bros.’ game, complete with a makeshift screen and a controller. And it actually works just like the game.