By David Ponce
The NES remote is good for more than playing Tetris like you’re on speed. Still, to this day, people are finding all sorts of new uses for it. I mean, hey, it’s a plastic box, and you can do all sorts of stuff with those, right? Like a TV remote control.
Or, in this case, something far more useful, if you ask us: a working cellphone. The link at the bottom leads to a page that details how Sam Garfield took a Nokia 3200, and fit it inside the controller, to make a funtional NES remote cellphone.