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This 8-Bit Version Of The Original Star Wars Trilogy Is Way Better Than The Prequels

Video: CineFix’s 8-bit movie series are always good but this one on the original Star Wars trilogy is especially awesome because for each movie, the graphics get a little bit better as if they were progressing from like the original Nintendo to Super Nintendo. It’s also great because I’d watch this entire trilogy in 8-bit before I even thinking about watching the prequels.

8-bit Video Game Version Of Mad Max: Fury Road is Just As Unbelievably Fun

Oh my god. Since Mad Max: Fury Road was essentially just a linear car chase scene that went in one direction and then turned around and went back in the other direction, can you imagine how perfect a side scrolling video game it would make? Add all the crazy vehicles and the weapons and Furiosa and it would be the perfect video game to play.

8-Bit Captain America: The Winter Soldier Is Almost As Fun As The Movie

Video: Captain America: The Winter Soldier smartly buoyed what could have been a pretty bland character with other fun ones which all added up to a really fun movie. One of Marvel’s best, probably. Here it is summed up in 8-bit video game style, which Captain America looks great in.

I Want To Play This 8-Bit Video Game Version Of The Fast And The Furious

The Fast & Furious movies today are fun, blood pumping action movies with a few car scenes spliced in. But the original movie that kicked it all off, The Fast and The Furious, was pretty much all about cars. This 8-bit racing game version sums the movie up pretty well. I would have loved to play this game as a kid.

More Video Game Zombie Gore From An 8-Bit Version Of The Walking Dead 

Video: CineFix is back with more 8-bit zombie deaths of The Walking Dead, this time focusing on season 3 and 4 (aka when the show left the farm and actually turned semi-decent for a little bit), and they sum up the story quite nicely. Zombies die, people die, a prison is taken over and Rick’s gang fights a tank and a crazy person and somehow wins.

8-Bit Video Game Version Of The Walking Dead Is Still Gory As Hell

Video: CineFix animated the first two seasons of The Walking Dead in the classic 8-bit video game style and somehow, the blood, guts, gore and zombies of the TV show still translate over. It’s a pretty decent summary of Rick and the gang’s journey and how many damn walkers they needed to kill.

A Pixelated History Of Cameras

Ever wonder what your favourite camera looks like in 8 bits? Look for it here, on this pixelated array of cameras from every era, created by Billy Brown. You might find it. (P.S. I absolutely love that the underwater disposable camera made it on here.) [The Camera Collection via Photo Weekly Online via PetaPixel]

Chipophone 8-Bit Organ A Bleeping, Blooping Labour Of Love

Chiptune fans and anyone nostalgic for a bygone, simpler era in electronic music will be delighted by Swedish tinkerer Linus Åkesson’s ingenius Chipophone. The homemade instrument crams an 8-bit synthesiser into the body of a handsome old electric organ.

8Bitone Chiptunes Synthesiser App Lets You Mix It Like Mario

Everyone’s heard the stories about those guys who play entire concerts on their Game Boys, or who recompose symphonies onto NES cartridges. 8Bitone is kinda like that, except on your iPhone, and without the social suicide aspect.

Dreaming in Pixels

Or digital electric sheep. Both possible with this 8-bit slumber mask, $US22 shipped from Thailand. [Studiobo via Unplggd]

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