Haha, awesome! You like it huh? I'm glad to hear so many people like it.
And uh, I could TRY to make more.. but I lost the models and the textures do to file corruption. However, the .PDO files [not the .PDF files] are still edit-able, so you can try editing the textures [pictures].
Did you try making the cartridges larger and using those as cases? :3 This is a net idea, though.. especially using something like wood and wood glue or sheets of steel and welding!
Okay I'll stop. xD Oh, one more thing. Did you make the case out of paper?
Actually all I did to cover my Gameboy was I made the print a little bigger and printed it on a thin plastic. Not paper thin but like medium mouse pad like thin. Same with the cartridges for cases ^^ so ya thanks a tone I really enjoy this kinda stuff its crafty!!! >
p.s. Its rough plastic so it don't feel bad in your hands and the ink done come off.
Its kina in between flexible but hard and it depends how long you leave it in "the melter" the longer the more flexible =3 (I use stuff in my school to do it hehe) because its the schools stuff I'm using though i wont be able to do a lot of them sadly but oh well i got a couple. ^^
I always assemble that part first. x3 I usually use an actual gameboy cartridge to make sure I get the shape just right [make sure not to get glue on your game!], then I attach the completed cartridge hole to the back of the gameboy. Is that enough detail? If not, please tell me the exact part you're having trouble with, such as what to fold or glue, or what part. :3