There are plenty of ways to play classic NES games on the go, from 3DS eShop downloads to emulators on your phone, but none look this cool.
The modders over at Kei Studio in Japan have figured out a way to cram the newly released, and hotly sought after, NES Classic inside a Game Boy shell.
They even gave it a Famicom red-and-gold paint job and are calling it the Famicom Pocket.
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In a video the studio uploaded, it shows how they were able to get the mod to work, down to every minor detail.
Most interesting was the ability to hook up a second NES Classic Game Boy to allow for two-player gameplay on the go.