There is something about those specially modified stuff and specially crafted one-in-the-world pieces that compels you to go out of your way and bid for them. It becomes all the more compelling when you are told that it is for charity and the money you dish out for it are used to spread smiles on the faces of the unfortunate children on the street. The irony of this is that we are buying a Wii to do that; something that maybe needs to be in the hands of those innocent faces. The humanity aside, this is still a very cool modified Wii with Super Mario on it (And who does not like the jumping little guy!)
Made by a guy called Ramon, this very special, one-of-a-kind Super Mario Galaxy Wii is being auctioned off and it will benefit Child’s Play, the children’s charity started by Penny Arcade. There are 59 total LEDs, 5 custom circuit boards, 30 feet of wire, two Mario figures, a controller holder, and everything else you see is either hand-made or laser cut. There’s also a custom plate dedicating this to Miyamoto for all his hard work creating a plumber that travels through pipes to a better world, giving plumbers everywhere something to strive for. This makes the entire gaming experience all the more special and this mod is the perfect gift to give to your Wii crazy boy friend.
The custom console stand has an integrated Wii remote holder and a compartment for recharging the included lithium-ion batteries. Each side of the stand features a small limited edition Mario figurine. These are out of production and were only available in certain parts of Asia. In addition to the highly detailed paint job they already featured they were further touched up and clear coated for a clean professional look. So stop waiting and start bidding now!