If you found a group of tiny blue communists living in mushrooms in your backyard, you would call an exterminator. In Belgium, they made them stars–the Smurfs have been featured in comics, cartoons and movies for over 50 years. But not all Smurfs are as benign as this propaganda would have you believe.
Video games in the 80s only depicted a certain amount of pixels on the screen. Fortunately, that didn't hold developers back from pushing the limits of the available hardware to play with our imagination by creating beautiful, handsome characters.
Old games were difficult in stupid ways. This video — full of NSFW language — confirms this fact.
The Consumer Electronics Show floor doesn't open officially until Thursday morning, but we got an early look at the show in progress. What did we see? Green Hornet, Smurfs, and lots of 3D.
Even for its era, this was one of the all-time, mind-numbingly boringest video games ever developed. How boring? Walking into a fence could kill you.