If your heart died alongside your NES, you may want to pick up an 8-Bit Bumper for your iPhone. The back and sides of the case feature an array of tiny blocks that are meant to emulate 8-bit pixels. These pixels make up a large 8-bit Apple logo that gives the case an 80s video game look that any Apple or video game enthusiast can appreciate.
This case features both back and side protection to protect your iPhone 4, 4S and 5 from damage due to scratching and dropping. The case is crafted from a TPU material, meaning that it’s flexible, but not as flexible as a silicone or soft-rubber case. This ensures that the case won’t fall off of your iPhone during use but remains easy to remove when needed.
If you’d like to purchase an 8-bit bumper for your iPhone 4, 4S or iPhone 5, expect to drop $26.95 for one via Big Big Pixel’s website. The case is available in loads of different color combinations, so you should be able to find something that fits your personality. The company also makes 8-bit laptop and tablet sleeves for the iPad mini, iPad, 13-inch MacBook Pro with Retina display and 13-inch MacBook Air. These sleeves start at $29.95.