Rocketcases Protects Your New Iphone 5s W Retro Gamer Cases
By Mel Fabrikant Wednesday, September 18, 2013, 04:15 PM EDT
Blow Your Friends Away with a Pocket Full of Nostalgia
Rocketcases www.rocketcases.com announced today the best-selling Retro Gamer case line for iPhone 5s, 5, 4 and 4s. Rocketcases gamer G Boy and Controller themed iPhone cases protect your iPhone from falls and scratches with hard silicon and plastic materials, while at the same time bringing back memories of old-school gaming fun.
Rock that Retro Gamer Nostalgia Everywhere You Go
The G Boy retro cases are made of silicone in black and white and the Controller cases are made of hard plastic with the original NES controller styling. These cases are packed full of nostalgia that give your iPhone a head-turning unique look. Available immediately with a street price of $14.95 and a suggested retail price of $19.95 from Rocketcases at www.rocketcases.com and select retailers, these iPhone cases will be an instant focus of attention and conversational piece wherever you go.
Bring Back Tetris, Mario Brothers, and Donkey Kong
“The original handheld is back for iPhone 4, 4s, 5 and 5s. Way before Angry Birds, school hallways were filled with the sounds of Tetris, Mario Bros, and Donkey Kong Land,” said Rocketcases CEO, Jim Sced. “Blow your friends away with a pocket full of nostalgia every time they see you rock this case. Duck hunt not included.”
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About Rocketcases – Cases as Cool as they are Protective
You need to protect your iPhone from falls, scratches and its plain looking exterior. Rocketcases has the perfect cases for that. You want something unique and original that also gives you peace of mind if your prized possession were to accidentally slip from your fingers. That is exactly why Rocketcases was started. They wanted a case that was as cool as it was protective, so they set out to design the best. They’d never sell a case they wouldn’t use themselves. For more information, see www.rocketcases.com .