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.
Paul Robertson can do no wrong. As evidenced by his latest work, this commercial for Syke, an energy drink that may or may not be real. Way marketing is these days, its hard to tell.