This is just a shot in the dark, but people who buy a Kindle are looking to read, not play Super Mario Bros. That didn't stop KLab, a Tokyo-based company, from creating a clone of the Kindle Developer’s Kit (KDK) and a Nintendo emulator. The game is clunky, in black and white, and doesn't have sound, but it's a start for those who crave more out of their digital-reading machine.
The company didn't stop there — they also made working versions of Tetris and Load Runner. Obviously, I wouldn't expect to see this on the market anytime soon. What's next? Hacking a GPS unit to play Mario Kart Wii? Wait, that would actually be awesome. Start working on that, KLab, will you please?