A nimble-fingered young Japanese arcade monkey blasts his way through a stage of the fiendishly difficult Sega rhythm game Chunithm.
Old school road warrior 8 ‘n’ 16 bit arcade shenanigans courtesy of Cinefix.
Previously: Ferris Bueller’s 8 Bit Day Off
Jeremy Cox of Imaginative Forces’ very effective opening animation for last month’s 2015 SXSW Gaming Awards using macro footage of pixelated shapes and a soundtrack derived from iconic video games.
A worthy addition to Cinefix‘s 8-bit/16-bit cinema series – Marvel’s nutty space saga as an old school arcade game, complete with chiptune 70s/80s soundtrack.
A fact filled mini feature by UK based game aficionados Do You Know Gaming?
Did you know the game was originally called Puck Man and that it was the first ever video game to feature power-ups?
Shut up, you did not.
Iron Man (2008) repackaged as an 8-bit arcade game for the first episode of Cinefix‘s 60 second(ish) challenge by filmmakers Norwood Cheek and David Dutton.
Shigeru Miyamoto’s 1981 arcade classic realised in ultra strong lightweight carbon fiber paired with anodized aluminum pixels and joined with strong stainless rods by industrial designer Igor Chak.
Sadly, not for sale. Yet
How old-school arcade games might have played if there’d been a ‘super-hard mode’.
Or ‘super-easy mode’ – much easier on the tenpences.