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Plus Mario Chief and other oddities in the World of Nintendo

Yes, we%26rsquo;ve once again plumbed the depths of Nintendo fandom to find the most eclectic collection of internet weirdness related to the big N. Here you%26rsquo;ll find cat toys, head gear, body art and more to fulfill your Mario-fuelled desires.

1) Cat toys

We%26rsquo;ve tried it and can%26rsquo;t see the appeal, but cats love catnip like weirdoes love a new Suda51 game. Order one of these catnip-filled Nintendo toys and send your pet bonkers, but make sure you get to the mailbox before the cat does, else there%26rsquo;ll be carnage.

2) Mini GBC

Dredging through our spam-infested inbox, we found this necklace made by Kelly Garwood. Back in January, this was. Sorry for missing it %26ndash; we must have passed it by in all the excitement over the millions of dollars we%26rsquo;ve got waiting for us in Nigerian bank accounts.

3) Retro gaming Mario Paint medley

It%26rsquo;s a musical history of videogames, mashing together tunes from the early years of 8-bit all the way to the present day. Best of all, it%26rsquo;s done in Mario Paint%26rsquo;s music editor on the SNES.

4) Heart container cupcakes

Does eating one of these restore a piece of heart or remove it completely? There%26rsquo;s only one way to find out, and since the recipe is branded %26lsquo;easy%26rsquo; we%26rsquo;ll be giving it a go.

5) Final Fight: The Movie

Frustrated by police interference, the Mad Gear gang decides to strong-arm a politician. Unfortunately they choose Mayor Haggar, a man who eats roast dinners out of oil drums and doesn%26rsquo;t take kindly to punks kidnapping his daughter, and%26hellip; well, you know the rest. Watch out, Hollywood!

See the next page for crossover tattoos andfancy hats.

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