8-Bit Artist spent more than 200 hours on this painting, just to prove how insanely huge and incredible Kefka, the final boss of Final Fantasy VI, is. »
Titanfall meets Metal Slug in a game that I would play a thousand times over. If it were actually a game. »
It would be a mobile game. A 2D "port" of the Persona 4 experience. Side-scrolling, but with all the dialogue, characters and battles from the 3D version in place. And that sweet art style. »
Anyone can grab some colored Post-It Notes and bust out some impromptu pixel art. It takes real skill to transform 97 mini Rubik's Cubes into a pixel-perfect Mega Man. Impressed? Wait until you see his Pokemon.
Ever have a bare wall that is just begging to be covered? Well then, consider using post-it notes to make your very own bit of pixel art. »
Thirtysomething gamers will recognize plenty in this isometric pixelated depiction of the original run of Kenner Star Wars action figures from the first film to Return of the Jedi. I remember Luke Skywalker: Bespin Fatigues, the first action figure with two weapons. Spent the entire summer of 1980 coveting that one. »
We've seen what Star Wars would look like as a classic Lucasarts adventure game, but artist Andy Rash's glorious pixel art looks so much like a classic Sierra adventure game that it's tough not to wonder what could have been. »