So. Much. Cartridge blowing.
So. Much. Cartridge blowing.
Great Scott! This is horrible!
Two of the internet’s great loves — cats and 8-bit art — come together in a beautiful new print. All of the pixelated kitty power to graphic designers Eurydyka Kata and Rafal Szczawinski of re:design.
This 8-bit tribute to Toronto’s embattled mayor features all the things Rob Ford may — but hasn’t been proven to — enjoy.
It’ll 1UP your fashion game.
Plus the top 5 T.V. comedies you might be missing out on, an 8-bit “True Detective” theme song, and The Beibs acts a fool at a deposition.
Season 4 of Game of Thrones is fast approaching. Here’s a recap of the best deaths to prelude the new season. Contains spoilers.
Plus 11 love songs about couples who later broke up, eight 8-bit GIFs of your favorite films, and an eighth grade football player who’s already being recruited by colleges.
Battletoads, Virtual Boy, Double Dragon III, underwater levels… What do they all have in common?
Ever want to get your hands on a real life energy tank from Metroid, or own your own Bomb-Omb? Gothelf Bros. Studios has what you’re looking for.
Awesome is coming.
Ugh, being the younger sibling or the visiting friend when it came to video game controller dominance was the worst. But not all secondary characters were created equal.
These designs are begging to be turned into games. Surely some sympathetic developer wants to see Jabba the Kong as much as fans do.
But it’ll be worth it. Set to chiptune music, the two-minute video took a year to program and synchronizes over 30 systems.
Because yes, one exists and it is an 8-bit delight.
SE-GA. Video game voices in the 90s sounded more like robots learning to mimic human speech patterns.
Mario goes all Grand Theft Auto, brought to you by dorkly. Warning: 8-bit violence and NSFW language.
Warning: Most of these contain adorable cats and/or rainbows!
Sorry Lincoln but your wife is in another Antebellum Mansion. Warning: Spoilers ahoy!
From it’s roots in nostalgia, 8-bit is breaking free into a stand alone art form. PBS Off Book strikes again with another interesting mini-documentary on an aspect of internet culture.
Created by composer Quinton Song, here’s two classic Radiohead albums rendered in glorious, glorious 8-bit. You can also download them at the links below. Have fun, be safe, etc. (via stereogum.com)
Man these graphics are really uneven. Photographer Lee Vidal transfers the essence of 8-bit backgrounds into the real world.
A wild Amelia Pond appears! The Doctor uses “Fish Fingers And Custard”. It’s super effective!
It’s finally here, you guys. Seriously, it really is actually here. You can play at maps.google.com.
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Ever wondered what Terminator 2: Judgment Day would sound like with NES sound effects? Exactly what you think it would sound like. Watch Video ›
For fans of Game of Thrones and Nintendo games (I wonder if there’s any crossover among those audiences). [WARNING: This post is now spoiler free, but there are still SPOILERS in the comments.] Watch Video ›