I love baking, and besides tasting great, sugar cookies are fun to decorate and shape into almost anything you can imagine. Why not get a group of your friends together for a night of geeky cookie baking? Here's a little inspiration to start you off with.
No favorites here! Every gamer gets a cookie from Not So Humble Pie 's recipe.
Grab yourself a mini star cookie cutter  ($2), and power up with Mario stars!
Source: Flickr user Ana_Fuji 
Getting a fail whale has never looked so sweet! Not so good at shaping dough? Here's a whale cookie cutter  ($5) for you.
Source: Flickr user srqpix 
You can take the easy route and use these Pac-Man cookie cutters  or get inventive like Flickr user betsyweber  did. She used a tulip cookie cutter for the ghosts and a round cookie cutter for the Pac Man cookie with just a few modifications.
Star Wars Vehicle Cookies
This Star Wars cookie cutter set ($20) has everything you need to make Rebel and Imperial starships plus the Death Star.
Science Lab Cookies
A test tube, atom, flask, and beaker — go chemistry crazy with this Science Lab cookie cutter set  ($15).
Nintendo Star Cookies
Flickr user stoychy  made these sweet stars for her fanboy boyfriend.
Mario Head Cookie
If baking isn't your thing, buy this Mario Head cookie  ($6) from Ali's Sweet Treats.
Star Wars Cookie Set
These Star Wars pancake molds  work just as well for cookies, and they taste (and look) even more delicious with icing on top!
Source: Flickr user betsyweber 
Periodic Table Cookies
If you're hosting a party, a spread of periodic table cookies  will feed hungry guests.
Camera Cookie Gift Box
Aren't so good in the kitchen? Buy up this adorable Camera Cookie Gift Box Set  ($35) from Etsy seller ManJar . Coming with nine sugar cookies topped with almond flavored fondant, they're the perfect gift for any photography nut.