Nintendo Video Game Cartridge Pillow Set

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Living

Being 80’s babies ourselves, we know just how much of an impact Nintendo had on pop culture during the 80s and 90s. Even as decades have gone by we still have a soft spot for items like this set of Nintendo Video Game Cartridge Pillow Set.

Taking us right back to our childhood, the set includes 2 different pillows (Lava Jump and Unicorn’s Revenge). Both pillows are shaped like the classic Nintendo cartridges from yesteryear. Thanks to the 100 percent polyester construction you can easily clean these things up with a damp cloth and some mild detergent. The best part? No blowing required! Purchase your own set of pillows now from Think Geek.

Retro Video Game Cartridge Pillow Set (2)

Retro Video Game Cartridge Pillow Set (1)

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