Video game inspired skateboards fuel the funds of a children’s hospital

By Spencer . October 22, 2007 . 9:17am


Next Level Games, the developers of the Mario Strikers series, is doing something for the greater good that isn’t getting much attention. To celebrate their fifth anniversary some of their artists created skateboards based on popular video games. All of the decks are currently in a silent auction and the proceeds are going to the BC Children’s hospital foundation. Most of the decks are starting at $50. That’s $50 in Canadian dollars for a one-of-a-kind skateboard that has a mock up of Bruce Lee holding a Wii remote. Neat-o!

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