I'm willing to say that Zim And Zou's papercraft Game Boy is the greatest papercraft Game Boy ever. Ever. A prestigious award full of tough competition, I know. I say this for two reasons: 1) the choice of funky colors was a wise one, and 2) it looks photorealistic. Mission accomplished, I'd say.
And if you aren't digging the neon color palette -- what's wrong with you? -- there's an equally impressive standard Game Boy model too. I'm at a loss of words due to the overwhelming greatness of this project, so please, go look at Zim And Zou's gallery already. You won't regret it.
Paper On the Go: Papercraft Game Boy [Bitmob]
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