First seen around 1989, this Dexteludicrum repuerasco (or Game Boy) has been found throughout the world. The Dexteludicrum obviously shares some of the same traits as Dominaludus, but includes some extra components. (This piece is hand-cast in a special blend of concrete. Slight variations in color and surface detail may occur.)
Here we have a remarkable example of a Dominaludus sexagentaquad (also known as "Nintendo 64" or "N64") fossil. This specimen continues evolution from its predecessors, Dominaludus nintendicus and supernintendicus. This particular species appeared shortly after, and contributed directly to the demise of supernintendicus. As you can see, comparing the 3 different species side-by-side, there is a clear pattern emerging, with forms becoming rounder and more complex. Incredibly, this ...
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