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Thanks to its smooth design, modding the PAL version of the Super Nintendo seems like a fun thing to do. There's a lot of room for redecoration. Belgian artist Vadu Amka transformed one of these into a Castlevania-themed crypt of Dracula.

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It took him 80 hours to complete and it's full of brilliant little details like the skeleton with the nails in its hands:

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Super Nintendo Crypt Castlevania by Vadu Amka

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DISCUSSION

Holy crap, that's amazing.

I mean, I'd never play with such a thing ever again—it'd have to be a show piece in a glass-fronted cabinet somewhere (my hands tend to sweat during game play; I can see that being very bad for the controller work)—but damn, that's awesome!

Any chance we could get the reference image he worked from (assuming there is one)?