Don't have a classic gaming console like an Nintendo Entertainment System (NES) or Atari 2600? Get jealous watching gamers discover long-hidden mysteries in Super Mario Bros.? Well now you can build your own. It may not play those classic games, but it will definitely make your desk look like a legit game heads.

These LEGO miniatures, called microscales, were created by multitalented artist Chris McVeigh and include classic consoles like the Commodore 64 and the Oregon Trail playing Apple II. Check out McVeigh's site for complete guides of how to build your own gear.

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[via Gizmodo]