Jun 122014
This Is What Mean Girls Would Look Like As A Classic Video Game

Back in the 90′s, the most unexpected movies were made into video games. If only the cult classic Mean Girls came out then it would definitely have been made into a game. Thankfully, CineFix has imagined for us what it would look like if a video game adaptation of the Lindsay Lohan movie came out on the Nintendo. Want to play!


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May 132014
Super Mario Game Of Thrones Intro

What if the Game of Thrones story took place in the Mushroom Kingdom of Super Mario World instead of the fictional continents of Westeros and Essos? The popular introduction might look and sound like this nerdy adaptation by gamer Nicksplosion.


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Apr 282014
What Is Real? In 8-Bit Gaming

Everyone who took an intro philosophy class is familiar with Greek philosopher Plato and his famous piece Allegory of the Cave. Popular YouTube channel Thug Notes is trending after rejuvenating Plato’s work on realism in an 8-bit setting using the original Legend of Zelda as a canvas. Now, this is how you teach philosophy in the digital age!


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Apr 262014
Europe In 8 Bits Music Video

Europe in 8 Bits is a documentary about the growing trend of chip music in Europe. Chip music originated in the 80′s out of necessity. Computers and video games simply didn’t have the computing power to create traditional stereo music. So geeky chip music was born. Now, chip music is having a renewal in Europe.  

The opening titles for the documentary is wonderfully colorful, nerdy, and of course has that classic 8-bit look. It covers of a slew of classic video game consoles and computers that veteran gamers will recognize.  


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Mar 132014
Ballad Of A WiFi Hero Video Game Fairy Tale Story

Voice actor H. Jon Benjamin, famous from Archer and Bob’s Burger, narrates this exclusive animated adaptation of the Internet classic In Which I Fix My Girlfriend’s Grandparents’ WiFi and Am Hailed as a Conquering Hero from the daily humor site McSweeney’s Internet Tendency.

New York Magazine published the trending animation that merges 8-bit graphics with the modern fairy tale story. 


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