There are many ways to store your collection of video games and handhleds. A variety of handmade display cases and such are made on such such a Etsy and OfferUp. Finally a durable and professional way to keep your games all in one place is here. The people from Book4Games has created a Kickstarter campaign to get their new product off and running to be available for the consumer.


Timeline of the work put into this project.

  •  April 2021: Partnered up with, a major video-games retailer based in South East Asia, and launched their very first products dedicated to the Super Nintendo and Super Famicom.
  •  In February 2022: Launched their very first Kickstarter campaign, unfortunately it did not reach its goal, but they learned a lot from their own mistakes and from the backers true expectations.

This Kickstarter will give you an opportunity to get your hands on these items first and as supplies last. Each tire will thrown in a bonus gift depending how much your donation is.

Example of the Gameboy display can be seen below

  • Can store up to 12 GB & GBC cartridges
  • For games with and without dust covers (2 options available)
  • 32 x 31 x 2 cm / 12.6 x 12.2 x 0.8 inches (±Vinyl LP record size)
  • Large window in the front to show your games
  • Offset color printed 0.4mm PET protective sleeve
  • High-Density EVA foam insert with high-precision cut-outs
  • Rounded corner EVA insert for easier insertion
  • Reinforced bottom with very high density EVA
  • Designed and assembled in France

Books4games is launching display solutions for the following consoles:

  • Gameboy (without case)
  • Gameboy (with case)
  • Game & Watch
  • Nintendo 64
  • SEGA Mega Drive/Genesis

Book4Games is a company based in the South of France that specializes in making custom display storage solutions for retro-gamers and video game collectors. It was founded in 2021 by a small group of people with a never-ending passion for retro video games and pop culture of the 80s and 90s.

You can also check out our website at



Todd Friedman Todd Friedman (396 Posts)

Todd Friedman is heavily involved in the retro gaming community and has co-promoted the Video Game Summit in Chicago, IL for the past 16 years. He also has published 2 books and written for various different gaming magazines including Old School Gamer.