Enamel Pins are and have always been a wonderful display of fandom. They can be push-pinned into cork board. They can hang out on lanyards. And they can decorate just about any bag, hat, or article of clothing. If you’re a huge fan of games check out these enamel pins for Pokemon, Fallout, Nintendo, Cuphead, Zelda, and more.
With over 800 Pokemon in the National Pokedex there is no shortage of Pokemon Pins and other merchandise. However, these starter Pokemon and this Eevee make a great start to a Pokemon pin collection. If you can’t get enough Pokemon merchandise be sure to also check out our Pokedex of Pokemon Plushies.
If you play Fallout you might want to show off what makes you S.P.E.C.I.A.L wearing pins is an intelligent way to do this! Maybe one of them will help you start up a charismatic conversation with another wasteland dweller, that is if you have any luck!
Nintendo has no shortage of pins for their iconic characters. Mario, Luigi, Bowser, Boo, and Princess Peach all make great additions to any collection. And these sets of eight pins for five dollars is really a steal.
Inspired by the old school cartoons of the 1930s the game won The Game Award for Best Art Direction. Characters were hand drawn by Chad Moldenhauer and background were hand painted all before being retouched in Photoshop. With such artistic detail its no wonder that these pins look like works of art themselves.
The Legend of Zelda first came out in 1986. Since then it has grown in popularity with every passing title. Whether you started playing with the earliest titles or just jumped in with Breathe of the Wild these pins might be just up your alley. We’ve got everything from Majora’s Mask to the Triforce in this roundup!
While we didn’t have enough pins for the games to give them their own category we thought these ones warranted a mention. If there are any other games you’re looking for enamel pins of feel free to leave a note in the comments and we’ll be happy to help try to find them for you! If you enjoyed this article be sure to check out our article on video game themed board games!