Here's where we celebrate Nintendo's pervasive influence on popular culture. Or, in other words, we show you this month's collection of knitted goodies and things made out of hot glue and cheap supermarket ham.
MEGA PAPER ANIMATION
You've got to see this amazing celebration of retro Mega Man. The blue bomber leaps and shoots his way across real environments via the power of painstakingly assembled frame-by-frame animation and lots of pieces of paper. How about a game that looks like this? Brilliant.
You'd have to keep this bag stuffed with soft things, otherwise the Bob-omb's face would get all horrific and lumpy. Marshmallows, perhaps. Maybe even socks. No, it's not very practical, is it?
SMASH BROS BENTO
Bento is the intricate art of creating edible works of art in a lunchbox. At least that's what it is when it's applied to gaming - check out these Smash Bros scenes that probably taste as good as they look. Meatballs, rice, yellow stuff - it's all there.
MARIO STEEL DRUMS
The internet will not rest easy until the Mario theme has been played on every instrument ever devised. Here it is on steel drums, and yes, it sounds exactly like you'd imagine it would. We haven't heard Mario's classic tune on a lute yet. How about a lute, somebody? (No, Sting, not you. Sit back down.)
This is more of a suggestion for a craft project than a recommendation to buy, as these framed NES carts cost far more than the sum of their parts. But why not give it a go yourself? Build a frame that matches your cart of choice, mount and seal it, put some glass in the front... Actually, perhaps it's not so easy after all.
The best thing about the PSP is that it's powerful enough to run all sorts of emulators. The worst thing is that it doesn't have a SNES controller socket in the back. Oh - now it does! Slightly pointless, since the PSP has exactly the same button layout as a SNES pad anyway.
One sure way to make console fans quite angry is to make a video of you smashing up their favourite machine. This time it's all in the name of science, as some wealthy nutbags test (destroy) three consoles to see which one can take the most punishment before it stops working. Place your bets now.
GUITAR HERO DRUM MOD
According to people who know the difference, the drums for Guitar Hero: World Tour aren't built quite as well as a real set of £300 MIDI drums (honestly) but there are a few hacks you can do to bring their performance up to scratch. There's absolutely loads of warranty-voiding tricks on this website, mostly involving hot glue and bits of cardboard.