Nintendo shuffle [nin-ten-doh-shuf-uhl]
1. The sounds made when Nintendo Entertainment System, Super Nintendo Entertainment System, and Nintendo 64 game cartridges rub their plastic against each other when in a pile or container.
EX. I have a big shoebox of SNES and N64 carts and they definitely make the Nintendo shuffle when I'm looking for a classic to play. As opposed to the soul-shattering sound of a cartridge or controller snapping into pieces.