Have a bunch of old school SNES cartridges that are no longer working, and you need to find a way to get rid of them? Why not get creative and make your own urinal? Sure, this isn’t going to be one bad-ass porcelain urinal that you can smash in an action movie, but it is still cool (to the geeks anyways) at the very least. Taking around 8 hours of good ol’ labor and up to $250 in costs (excluding the games, of course), the finished product is truly something to marvel at. We recommend you contact a professional plumber to install your video game urinal, since they have the relevant know-how to handle the situation, and bear in mind that flush valves used here are not designed for installation in most residences, so it would do best in a commercial setting – either that or verify your water supply line meets the flush valve manufacturers specifications.