Build your own Dreamcast (out of paper)

Engadget had a neat little article about papercraft that included a link to a papercraft Dreamcast from the Cubeecraft website.

(Note that this pic is too small. You have to go to the cubeecraft website link above to get the proper one.)

So now you can make a paper Dreamcast for your office, dorm room or school locker and EVERYONE will know what a Dreamcast fan you are.

6 comments:

A Moomintroll said...

Cool, I already have a cardboard Gamecube, so I can sit my cardboard Dreamcast next to it. I hope they don't fight. I'll have to separate them if they do.

Barry the Nomad said...

Cool! I'm planning on printing it full size and wrapping my Dreamcast within it so it's double-awesome.

João said...
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João said...

This should be also something that would be mandatory by law to be thought in kindergarten schools! How do you expect these new thriving generations to grow up and become civilized adults if they don't know how to assemble a cardboard Dreamcast... oh yeah and also the "make them worship the greatest system that ever existed!!!" thing... that's would also important.

gnome said...

Hoorah!

Steve said...

I remember getting the plans to make all the sega (Japanese) consoles out of paper when Sega Gaga came out. I neer actually did it because I have no place to put them when they're built, but I plant to eventually (it's only been 8 years)