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Hero Deskmats live here!
GMK Hero embeds classic gaming symbols and a magically verdant colorway into keycaps that scream "nostalgia!" Inspired by The Legend of Zelda, this keycap set brings an unparalleled retro gaming vibe to your desktop. Don't miss your chance to own this link to the past.
heroism is multidimensional
Nintendo doesn't set the bar for art and gameplay — it is the bar. Stylized worlds, fantastic cultures, and difficult mechanics populate their portfolio. This is even true in difficult 2D games from the 90s.
The company's real strength, however, lies in its translation of core concepts to 3D systems. Exploration, discovery, and distilled heroism punctuate every title. Storytelling elements aren't lost in polygons. Instead, they're enhanced.
2D to 3D
Titles like Ocarina of Time, Super Mario 64, and even Metroid Prime show Nintendo's journey to 3D platforming mastery. Inspired communities and internal gurus hopped onboard to create a merchandising juggernaut. Even so, some niche interests are missed. That's why we're here.
mkljfox44 and ogWalker created their own 3D homage to The Legend of Zelda, but with a twist. It's not a fan game or DIY sculpt — it's a keycap set. Produced by GMK, which is essentially the Nintendo of keysets, Hero offers another way to bask in gaming lore.
Sometimes enthusiasts forget about deskmats. They weather mouse movements, spills, and impacts that would leave custom keyboards in pieces (or at least pretty scratched up). The unsung hero that keeps your equipment safe can look spectacular too; check them out here!
To discuss the set and its accompanying artisan keycaps / deskmats, please visit the Geekhack topic. The designers appreciate every visit!
- Keycap Buying Guide
- Designed by mkljfox44 and ogWalker
- Doubleshot ABS Plastic
- Cherry Profile
- Produced by GMK in Germany
- Inspired by The Legend of Zelda
- Effectively fan art; not a Nintendo product