Vadu Amka does it again with one of the most unique ways to recycle a broken Game Boy cartridge– turn it in to a creepy flash drive.
According to Amka’s blog, he only works with damaged, retro consoles. Other incredible mods from the artist include: a Final Fantasy-themed Super Famicom, a Metroid-themed Game Boy Advance and Legend of Zelda: Oracle of Ages-themed Game Boy Color.
The unusual hobby of customizing classic gaming consoles has exploded over the past few years, with many artists selling personalize, made to order (and often expensive) customized classic game consoles. For many nostalgic artists, old game consoles provide the ideal surface to show off their creativity.
And in case you were curious, the flash drive holds 4 gigs of data.
Check out more console modifications right here on Retro Chronicle. Also be sure to check out Vadu Amka’s blog where he discusses how he crafts these various pieces of console art.