It’s better to have a ladder and not need it…
“It’s Dangerous To Go Alone! Take This” by mechanicalrobotpower and this and this and you musn’t forget this either. I hear there’s some wonderful little fishing holes along the way.
The Super Mario Bros.: Archaeology in the Mushroom Kingdom game was wildly unsuccessful in the States.
“Yoshisaurus” shows the fossilized remains of a faithful sidekick. Don’t worry, in a few years we’ll clone him and start up a giant, Mario theme park island.
You know, blowing into your cartridge really does very little and the resulting spittle on your game’s sparkly bits will surely lead to corrosion.
“Tech Support” by jayrawz shows the universal fix for your 8-bit system. You could’ve just taken it out and put it back in again to try to get a better connection, but this way used to feel more proactive.
Don’t worry. This little guy’s a professional.
“Getting Buzzed” by ramyb shows an electricity junkie back for another hit. Kids, don’t try this at home. It starts with a little fork in the light socket and pretty soon you’re out playing golf every time it rains.
Anyone picks Joffrey and they’re off my Christmas card list.
“Video Game of Thrones” shows a classic player select screen where you choose between your favorite Starks, Lannisters, or Dragon Mothers. In this game, either you win or you keep pumping quarters into the machine.
I guess all that time in the Game Boy Scouts paid off…
“Decorated Nerd” shows accolades for superior achievement in areas ranging from Star Wars to use of the D20. Don’t act like you’re not impressed.
Fellas, great way to initiate some conversation with the ladies… and vice versa.
*If no one asks, do tell anyway. We’re all very impressed.
First step to becoming a trainer: Set yourself on fire.
“Khaleesi” shows Daenerys Targaryen animated with her little Pokespawns. Gotta hatch ’em all to take back the throne.
Fancy a cup? I saved a special bag just for you.
“Teabagger” shows Master Chief enjoying a mug full of Halo victory and frag leaves. Sweet plasma.
Be sure to eat your space vegetables.
“Alien Invader” shows a space invader that pictures one day growing up big and strong. From pipsqueak to powerhouse, this little guy knows how to think beyond the pixel.