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Putting up decals all over a wall – and not one for little kids. A couple of years ago I would have thought ‘what adult with a social life would do this?’, but since moving into a much larger house where I have a dedicated area for all of my music and video games and gadgets and other geeky pursuits, and having my wife put together a collage of photos and newspaper articles from my old band to occupy a large chunk of wall, I could totally see someone doing this!
Here is the basic product info from ThinkGeek:
In the beginning, there was Atari…
* Vinyl peel and stick wall decals
* Make any flat surface look like Asteroids, Centipede, or even Pong!
* Officially licensed by Atari and officially awesome from ThinkGeek!
Pong sells for $34.99, and Centipede and Asteroids are each $44.99 for a full set. You can check it all out at ThinkGeek!
Here is the full description:
Millions of years ago, if a geek wanted to play videogames, he had to take a pocketful of quarters to the mall where darkened rooms filled with 6-foot-tall cabinets bleeped and blooped in glowing 8-bit goodness. Before we measured the quality of our games in voxels, we had to use our imaginations and believe that jagged white lines were massive hurtling asteroids, and that a triangle was your intrepid starship attempting to navigate the void. We fantasized that a simple white line was Bjorn Borg, and that a single pixel of light was a tennis ball being smashed at Jimmy Connors’ racket, or that shooting the head of a centipede would turn it in into a mushroom.
The Elder Gods of the Internet call that era back in the day. It was a day of wonder – where bits were downloaded at a blistering three-hundred per second, hard-drives were the size of small Eastern-European cars, and digital watches were a pretty neat idea. The Elder Gods look upon those days fondly, and look for ways to remind themselves of those heady days when you could hack a telephone with a cereal box whistle.
So, in an effort to bring a little bit of the past into the present day, these vinyl decals were created to turn any wall into a gigantic representation of the classic Atari videogames Asteroids, Centipede or Pong. Just peel and stick and you can relive those ancient and halcyon days of whooping flying saucers, spinning potentiometers as controllers, and falling fleas that fart fungus.
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