Easy access to paint programs has unleashed a torrent of what-if 8-bit imaginary retro video game awesomeness where time-slipped console development meets films from the past, present and future. Personally, I’d like to see a Super Nintendo THX-1138—which would certainly be less ridiculous than the SNES Home Alone cartridge—but I guess I’ll have to do that one up myself. What I did find out was that there were these clever mock-ups, one of which is actually real. Which one?
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Simple 2D platformer raises the bar for indie developers
Move or Die
Customer-friendly game hits the right chords
Cooking game makes for hot competition
Night in the Woods
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DROOLing over Thumper
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Donald Trump's new book is, as expected, full of fluff and stuff.
A new app puts modern medicine at new doctors fingertips.
The Daily Word in Breaking Bad pizza, iPhone hacking and court-mandated circumcision
Good morning, it’s Wednesday, March 11,
and the New Mexico senate has killed an anti-union bill,
Sandia Labs is trying to hack into your iPhone,
Breaking Bad fans keep throwing pizzas on some lady’s NE Heights home,
video game designers still don’t know how boobs work,
members of the University of Oklahoma’s SAE fraternity are sorry for being so racist,
and a Florida woman is running from the law because she doesn’t want her 4-year-old son circumcised.
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