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Thanks! I can't take credit for the art though. I combined two different sets they had pre configured :) one set was classic NES and the other set was MAME. I thought they looked pretty sweet together. Especially with the button/controller colors I picked out.

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Thats one nice made kit, it could of come from Ikea!

top finish, love the art :)

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I like the artwork specially the sides, I thought of same idea by printing the game covers on the side one day.

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