Ed Fries (possibly of Mickey D's Fry Guys) went and made a playable version of Halo 2600, a throwback to what it would have been like to play Halo on the Atari 2600. Honestly, I couldn't tell the difference between this version and the one for the XBox, but maybe some of you harder-core gamers can pick out some minor nuances. Whatever the case, I made it to the second level before a zebra shot me in the face and I tore all the keys off my laptop in a fit of rage.
Halo 2600 [codemystics] (go here to play)
Thanks to John, Michael and T.J., who agree oldschool is the best school.
72-Pins is selling old NES cartridges with stylized labels of popular new games. Each one costs $20 and make the perfect gift for the person who has everything. Literally, EVERYTHING. I'm talking spinning bow-ties and hoverboots. Alternatively, spend some time in Photoshop ... / Continue →
Blik Re-Stik Asteroid Wall Decals are $45 sticker packs that turn your frown upside down wall into a giant unplayable game of Asteroids. That's a whole set pictured, so you can get an idea of what you could do with one. Which, whether you have any sense of composition or not,... / Continue →
This is a series of popular modern video games reimagined as Atari cartridges by DeviantARTist StarRoivas. That's pretty much all there is to say except TAG, YOU'RE IT -- NO TAG-BACKS! "I'm not playing." You ruin everything.
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