This alarm clock would use the same technology found in Nintendo’s old Game & Watch handhelds, which had an LCD display with a color background layer. This would allow for a display comparable to the original Game Boy Color, and enable a simple alarm animation (which was another staple of the Game & Watch devices).
Continue reading ➞ Link’s Awakening Alarm Clock
This clear plastic stand makes it appear as though the system is floating above Link, almost like he just acquired this item. You can hear that music right now, huh?
The fancy part is the USB cable, which clamps onto the Switch. It features a Triforce that illuminates when plugged in. When not in use, Link holds the USB cable.
Here is a fun trinket for your desk: a Zelda treasure chest that features a Rupee floating in mid-air. This is made possible by magnetic levitation, something you’ve probably seen before (like that floating Tardis).
Continue reading ➞ Zelda Floating Rupee Magnetic Levitation Toy
A pendant of Link with his trusty hookshot serving as a chain, what’s not to like? It’s a lot friendlier than my original idea, which was based on Attack On Titan (where you are the titan). You could probably do a standalone hookshot necklace, but the addition of the character truly completes this design.
Continue reading ➞ Zelda Hookshot Pendant
This is a tall stand for tealight candles, fashioned in the shape of those torches that needed to be lit in the dungeons of Zelda: Ocarina of Time.
This door poster would be a fun addition to any room, especially a boss’s office.
Here is a USB wall adapter that features additional power outlets on the sides. It would feature an illuminated front and an optional figurine on top. This could be done for other video games: a Zelda version would feature the Triforce of Power on the front, and Link on top.
Many video games can be used for this design, like Metroid or Mega Man, as long as the design revolves around a power-up of some sort.