Inspired by Bubble Bobble, pixel artist Paul Robertson took Taito's 1986 classic's style and redrawn a whole bunch of video game and pop culture characters. 300 of them to be exact.
Paula Deen, who was a Food Network star until it turned out she was fond of the odd racial slur or two, does not have a video game based on her. She should, though.
Venerable arcade classic Breakout was a pretty simple game. You knock blocks away with a ball. Wizorb is kind of like Breakout, only it drops the game into a 16-bit fantasy landscape and adds in some adventuring. Oh, and it also features the work of Paul Robertson.
Perspective-shifting platformer Fez isn't just one of the best-looking indie games on the way. It's one of the best-looking games on the way, period, something over five minutes of gameplay footage from last week's PAX East shows off just wonderfully.