Tag Archives | 8-Bit

…Tremors has been turned into an 8-bit video game?


There’s not much to it, but if you loved the Tremors movies as much as I did, then you’ll love playing as 8-bit versions of the characters (including Kevin Bacon) in the Tremerz game.


[Via: Kotaku]

…It’s TGI Friday: Pixel Force: Left 4 Dead?

Pixel Force: Left 4 Dead

Eric Ruth’s Pixel Force: Left 4 Dead is the game that Valve would have made for the Nintendo Entertainment System if they had been around back in 1986.

The game is identical to Left 4 Dead… if L4D were put through a time machine and returned after having gone through the full 8-bit treatment, including appearance and sound. Just because it looks low budget doesn’t mean that Eric skimped on features though, since you can play either by yourself or with a friend in two-player co-op mode, and all four of the original survivors, two tiers of weapons and four of the original game campaigns are included.

Unfortunately it’s Windows only at the moment, but if you’re looking for something to do over the weekend, then take a trip down memory lane with Pixel Force: Left 4 Dead.

[Pixel Force: Left 4 Dead]

…Truckers Delight is a classic?

Truckers Delight

Truckers Delight is a music video that takes Spielberg’s Duel and Russ Meyer’s Faster Pussycat Kill Kill! and Marc Dorcel’s wildest fantasies and warps them into an 8-bit, Sega style animation.

It’s also NSFW (though it’s animated, so it’s not the worst thing in the world) so watch with care:

FLAIRS – TRUCKERS DELIGHT from 3rd Side Records on Vimeo.

[Via: Motionographer]

…It’s TGI Friday: Gang Garrison 2?

Gang Garrison 2

Gang Garrison 2 is a ‘bootleg demake’ of Team Fortress 2, and includes all nine classes, many different TF2-inspired environments, and fast-paced, team-based multiplayer gameplay in a unique and stylish 8-bit style.

Can the best multiplayer around be improved by demaking the graphics and bringing it all back to the core?

There’s only one way to find out…

[Gang Garrison 2]

…The 8-Bit Waterslide is amazing?

8-Bit Waterslide

Wow! Take one part 8-Bit video game, mix it with one part stop-motion animation, combine all ingredients in a waterslide, and the result is fantastic: