GAME BOY 1up

A personal project of a handheld console as a homage to the original Game Boy of 1989. The project target was to keep the catchy elements of the original and adapt them to the functions and requirements of current games. Software: Cinema4d and Octane

Nintendo GAME BOY 1up
Design concept of a handheld console as a homage to the original Game Boy of 1989. The project target was to keep the catchy elements of the originaland adapt them to the functions and requirements of current games. 
​GAME BOY 1up eco // Handheld console with sustainable organic fibre case
 
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Screenshot & corporate logo of Fallout 4 (Bethesda Game Studios)
Corporate logo of The Forest (Endnight Games)
Corporate logo of Super Mario Bros. (Nintendo Research & Development 4)
Corporate logo of Tetris (Nintendo)
 
 

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