Anyone looking to bring back the gaming era of the 1990s and early 2000s should check out these GameCube keycaps.
Despite their small size, there is a lot of detail on these models (which are actually called video game console artisan keycaps to avoid Nintendo’s legal actions). You can see a mini disk drive, exhaust vents, and even holes to plug in small controllers.
These covers are compatible with most Cherry-style switches, meaning you won’t need to spend a fortune on a Craftsman keyboard to match them.
You can find the GameCube keycaps here. There are plenty of other options for changing the style of your keyboard, even if you’re not into 90s Nintendo.
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