Apr 022015
 
Pixel Animation Made With 1300 Rubik’s Cubes Is Awesome

Most people can’t solve a Rubik’s cube even once. But Mystery Guitar Man and his crew solved over 1,000 Rubik’s cubes countless times to create a unique, one of a kind pixelated animation about a robot falling in love. Bravo! 

 


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Mar 102015
 
Nerds Somehow Play Netflix On Regular Old Nintendo System

Most people don’t know, but the original Nintendo and Super Nintendo were made to do much more than just play video games. Decades since the NES originally debuted, the nerds at Netflix Open Source have figured out how to use a regular old unmodified Nintendo to sign onto Netflix online and even watch a very crude version of streaming video. You’ve never seen House of Cards like this. 

 


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Feb 022015
 
Pixelated Simpsons Intro Is Every Gamer’s Dream

The Simpsons are a staple today, but back in the early 90’s they were still extremely fresh. Countless video games were made in the Simpsons universe. If only they had an animation and style like this retro, pixelated Simpsons intro made by pixel art masters Paul Robertson and Ivan Dixon. The 8-bit style is simply gorgeous. Can they please make a game using these graphics?

 


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Sep 232014
 
This Is What The Matrix Would Look Like On The Original Nintendo

The Matrix became an instant cult classic after debuting at the end of the 90’s. If only it came out a few years earlier there would no doubt be countless video game adaptations of the action film. Thankfully, CineFix imagined in this clip what The Matrix would look like on a classic video game system like the Nintendo or Sega. 

 


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Sep 192014
 
Jason Paul Freerunning In 8 Bit

Freerunner Jason Paul travels back to the 80’s in this latest video published by Red Bull. Jason and Team Farang perform an epic parkour style scene with special scenery that looks and feels like a classic 2-D video game. 8-bit style sound effects complete the experience. Using all of his freerunning powers, Jason must out perform the evil ninjas in a Mayan temple. 

 


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