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Super Nintoaster gives you a slice of the action

Posted by Damien McFerran

I like my SNES games slightly burnt, thanks

If you thought that the Nintoaster was cool, wait till you see its big brother – the SUPER Nintoaster!

Here we have a device that looks like your common breakfast-producing kitchen item but in fact plays everything from Super Mario World through to The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past; truly, this is the ultimate tool for gamers who need something a little stronger than a few crumpets to wake them up in the morning.

Sadly, this isn't a display of Nintendo's radical new direction. Yep, you guessed it, those crazy modders are at it again, taking everyday household objects and relentlessly cramming in various consoles for no reason other than that it makes people on the internet smile when they see it on YouTube.

Speaking of which:

[via engadget.com]

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User Comments (15)

DazzaAdmin

#1

Dazza said:

Haha awesome, what will those crazy modders think of next?

CorbsAdmin

#2

Corbs said:

I'm thinking of converting an old food processor into a Mega Drive clone. Maybe I'll put a video up on youTube also. :)

jangonov

#5

jangonov said:

I once saw a George Foreman grill ps3. It didnt play games at all but man did it make a tasty burger!

Sean_Aaron

#6

Sean_Aaron said:

@jangonov: Good one. I really would like to know what Sony was thinking with that design. I thought the PS2 looked rather inelegant (reminded me of 80s black plastic stereo separates), but why did they think the Atari 5200 needed competition for the Biggest Games Console of All Time trophy? Really a shame because the original Playstation had such a great iconic look to it -- even if the CD latch sensor tended to break...

Kirk

#10

Kirk said:

The only thing I would like him to add is the ability for the cartridge to go down when he presses the spring button down and then eject out when he presses it up again.

StarDust4Ever

#11

StarDust4Ever said:

Reminds me of this one time, somebody crammed a shuttle PC into an NES - destroyed the NES though, not cool...

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