WALL-E was pretty good at fixing himself using salvaged parts; what if he'd had to make do with an Atari 2600?

That question is answered ably by Conner Flynn, who at Botropolis details how he refashioned a toy WALL-E into an Atari 2600, dubbed "ATAR-E." Hopefully he can set it alongside that amazing WALL-E PC case mod.

Check out Botropolis to see how this:


Became this:


(Via Technabob)