Someone made a video game emulator that looks like BMO from ‘Adventure Time’

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By Inigo del Castillo in Tech on Tuesday 10 March 2015

RaspBMO might not be able to talk or walk or go on adventures, but it’s just as lovable as BMO from Adventure Time. Created by Mike Barretta of Thingiverse, the DIY emulator can play games like The Legend of Zelda, Super Mario World and Doom, all while putting on a friendly smile.

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These hand-drawn necklaces of Adventure Time characters are absolutely mathematical!

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By Inigo del Castillo in New Fashion on Friday 6 March 2015

Etsy seller Laura Li has turned our favourite Adventure Time characters into beautiful and geeky hand-drawn necklaces. When worn with your hair down, characters like Jake, Cake and Fionna, Lady Rainicorn, and Lord Monochromicorn all appear to wrap around you with their stretchy bodies.

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Take Finn and Jake on your daily adventures with these Adventure Time-themed Doc Martens

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By Inigo del Castillo in New Fashion on Wednesday 18 February 2015

Cartoon Network and Dr. Martens recently collaborated to make boots that are totally mathematical. With the Adventure Time-themed Doc Martens, you can explore the Land of Ooo with Finn and Jake by your side – or, rather, on your feet.

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Joshua Longo Reader Find

By Joshua Longo in New Illustration on Wednesday 22 February 2012

I have been following the scribbles of Ghostshrimp since my days at Pratt Institute. I have been delighted to watch him grow and evolve, landing him a gig at Adventure Time designing the backgrounds. He has just finished designing season four and plans on returning to Camp Ghostwood, his sustainable solar powered living dwelling in […]

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Brilliant Adventure Time cartoon series

Paul Sprangers from Free Energy Reader Find

By Paul Sprangers from Free Energy in Video on Saturday 14 May 2011

This is the perfect cartoon. It’s like a person with a well-developed personality. It’s gentle, and has a wide-eyed enthusiasm for pure imagination, but the characters use contemporary, up-to-the-minute slang and usually deal with insane situations in realistic ways. It is one of the most weird, creative, and satisfyingly entertaining shows I’ve seen in a long time. Also, the animation reminds me of late 80s computer games or something made on MS Paint.

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