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Spend an evening with some NES and Dreamcast papercraft

10:00 PM on 07.30.2009 // Jordan Devore
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Papercraft is easy to get overly excited about, there's no denying it. The problem, however, is seeing it all the way through. If any of you have a short attention span like I do, you can only make it a good thirty minutes before you give up and admit total defeat.

Cubecraft, an excellent resource for all things papercraft, has got two sweet designs you guys will surely enjoy. Over here, there's a Dreamcast, and by clicking here, you can find an NES.

Assuming you are able to cut the designs out as intended, you won't even need to use any sort of adhesive to complete the project, which is a major plus. Knowing me, I won't be able to accomplish such a feat, but I'm damn sure going to try.

[Via Engadget]




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