Graphic designer Sara created some really nice Undertale Amiibo figures. Even though the game only has a PC version, these would still make sense and would look cool next to all the Nintendo ones.
A custom-built Thomas the Tank Engine toy that can “walk” on walls or ceilings and its eyes glow in the dark? Just perfect to give us nightmares.
Anyone can toss a TV and some speakers together and call it a home theater. But like many who’ve gone before him, Imgur user tylerfulltilt went above and beyond the call of duty with a custom setup that pays homage to the original 8-bit Nintendo Entertainment System.
The Avengers SHIELD helicarrier is one of the largest official LEGO sets out there with its 2,996 pieces. But it’s a baby compared to the Taiwanese Zio Chao’s version.
That’s a huge Star Wars diorama! But a giant Millennium Falcon like this deserves an extended diorama. In this case, the extension is the junkyard settlement Niima Outpost on Jakku, a quite important location in Episode VII.
The very first stage of the original NES Castlevania, the spooky Ghost House from Super Mario World, our first battle with Bowser in Super Mario Bros. Scenes we probably all remember and encountered one way or another, from the NES days, that Mark Green resurrected with brilliant dioramas.
This is a fantastic, giant LEGO version of Arkham Asylum, created by Australian LEGO enthusiast Dayton.
We’ve already seen a Raspberry Pi Zero get stuffed inside an Xbox controller, but if you’re looking for a project that’s a bit more retro, then a NES controller might be more up your alley.
This cartridge certainly won’t fit into a Game Boy. But it looks really awesome!
A whole round of Rainbow Six environmental destruction with LEGO counter-terrorist operators, made by YouTubers Blacksheep Pictures.
Codsworth, the robo-buttler of Fallout 4's main character’s family in all his glory. Photographer Mark Mosinski built and printed tiny version of this personal Mister Handy and it looks fantastic.
Pretty nice alternates for Pokémon cards that normally had boring plain backgrounds. Artist Lunambra extended the tiny pics on the original cards with some custom paintings.
Even though the NES Turtles game had its issues (something something underwater level), we didn’t really care as kids. And playing it on a Turtles-themed NES, similar to this custom one by Zoki64, would have been an awesome feeling.
What looks like a Venator-class Star Destroyer replica at first is in fact an incredibly well-made case for a gaming PC.
Forget C-3PO’s new red arm. That enhancement is nothing compared to Yamaguchi Katuhisa’s figure modifications of the two old, otherwise peaceful, robo-buddies.
Quite a surprising choice for a Star Wars-themed LEGO build. But KW Vauban’s Ewok village is so amazing it almost makes the little furry bastards of Endor lovable.
Although the Heart of Stone expansion’s collector’s edition had some nice physical Gwent cards, Waffleguru’s version of the addictive mini-game is much more ambitious than that.
LEGO enthusiast Minh Pham made some Fallout amazingly detailed minifigs based on the series. They’re miniature versions of raiders and the main character in various power armors.