You can seemingly build just about anything with a Raspberry Pi, including your own miniature NES, and here’s a great deal on the newest Raspberry Pi 3. The kit comes with everything you need to get started, and will only set you back $57 with promo code D9UXNAIL.
In 2011, a university student in Poland named Paweł Zadrożniak hooked up two floppy disk drives and started making music. Five years later, he’s assembled a full symphony.
LEGO Library of the Undead. Awesome dungeon-style build by Deus Otlosus, that looks like an intense encounter straight from a classic RPG.
A Dark Souls 3-themed Playstation 4 can’t just be a generic plastic box. it has to be faithful to the game, either made of wood or metal. Or both.
A wretched hive of scum and villainy. LEGO and Star Wars enthusiast I Scream Clone and his friends built a quite busy and enormous blocky version of Mos Eisley, including pretty much everything that can show up in a desolate place like this.
One of the best uses for the Raspberry Pi is to teach kids (and adults) basic programming skills. AppGameKit’s a bit of free software that does just that.
There’s now a d120 out there, made by the folks over at The Dice Lab, and while it’d be interesting to see what it could be used for during an RPG session, it certainly looks like a fun gimmick.
The comparison with the official 2014 Star Destroyer in the foreground shows how awesome and big this custom ship really is. Doomhandle’s ISD Tyrant is so massive, he was able to fit a hangar bay, multiple ships, and three levels of various rooms inside.
One of the most memorable scenes of Half-Life was right at the beginning, when Gordon Freeman woke up in a severely damaged test chamber, realizing that getting out of the facility will be a bit problematic.
LEGO veteran mortesv decided to build the EF76 Nebulon-B frigate, the well-known Rebel medical ship from the Star Wars movies.
The cyberpunk dystopian future of Blade Runner, with its artificial landscapes, might never become a reality. We’re heading into a much weirder version of the future.
Besides Doom, Tetris is one game that gets all kinds of silly ports all the time. Enthusiast Numeric compressed the game into a 10x16 frame and made it work on a very tiny character display.
Here’s a really neat way to use note blocks in farming sim Stardew Valley. Instead of growing vegetables, Chinchilla made a small field with note blocks, playing the well-known Chocobo Theme from Final Fantasy.
Here’s a great way to trick people into thinking the N64 is capable of running new PC games, without using any emulators. Modder Istartedthewar has hidden a small PC inside an old Nintendo 64.
Using Magic: the Gathering and its rules as base, efofecks and his friends made some pretty cool decks based on the StarCraft universe.
Everything’s in its proper place in LEGO builder Cecile Fritzvol’s StarCraft II map. The factory and the barracks pump out new units while siege tanks and marines defend the ramp and the high ground, and SCVs near the command center collect all the precious minerals.