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A Dtoider made this Game Boy 'wise fwom its gwave'

7:00 PM on 10.22.2011

Tony Ponce

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Dtoider ekoala2002, also known as Kodykoala, is no stranger to wild custom figurines. As you can see on his community page as well as his home page, his creations include zombified versions of Mario and the gang, cross sections of Mega Man and Guts Man, and even a Mr. Destructoid LEGO minifig.

Kodykoala recently came across an original gray brick Game Boy and was reminded of Game Boy from Captain N. Using that character and the machine's rather poor physical condition as inspiration, he crafted a hell beast straight from our nightmares -- a zombified Game Boy with a thirst for oil and and hunger for circuit boards. I would say that he brought new life to an aging handheld, but... ya know... zombie!

If you want to see more shots of the undead portable, hit on up Kodykoala's Flickr page. If you want to show the man even more love, you can buy the figure for a cool $100.

Kodykoala makes me rethink zombies yet again with a Game Boy of all things [Tomopop]

PHOTO GALLERY (BETA)

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