If you’ve ever thought “Hey, Seinfeld’s great and all, but what it could really use is more anime,” here is Just The Thing for you.
Artist Jacob Janerka, who is working on the 2D adventure game Paradigm, has also been working on something else: mock-ups of a 2D Seinfeld adventure game.
The formula is given, and it's worked before: Plot lines from Seinfeld with Kramer the visionary, George who just can't pull it together, Jerry and Elaine whining about everything, and Newman plotting something evil in his apartment, all squeezed into short tweets with something extra added. This time it's eSports.
Thanks to artist Nina Matsumoto' Dragon Ball X Seinfeld piece, now I can totally imagine Dragon Ball Elaine kicking everyone through walls and yelling "Get Out!", right before Kramer goes Super Saiyan.
Everything looks really authentic—well, except maybe Jerry's hair—in IanRoach's The Sims 4 version of the cast of Seinfeld and their places.
Like millions of hapless people around the world, you have the apartment set from Seinfeld emblazoned on your eyelids. You blink and there it is, waiting. You'll never not know what it looks like. Now, if you own an Oculus Rift headset, you can strap it onto your head and walk around it. It's almost like you're inside…
What would happen if you mashed up Mario and Seinfeld? Well, something like this, probably.
The modding community of Civilization V pumps out some of the most creative stuff day by day on Steam, and luckily you don't have to be an expert in 3D modelling to participate. Besides total conversions, graphics and interface tweaks, there are quite a few funny and unexpected addons that are worth a look.
The best thing on Twitter last year was Modern Seinfeld, a feed that gave 140-character episode outlines as though Seinfeld was still being made today. It was so damn good you could see each episode playing in your head as you read them.
The one shining achievement in the life of Seinfeld's George Costanza is no more, as a Connecticut man shatters the fictional Frogger record previously thought unattainable by real people.