You’ll shoot your eye out, kid! The guys from 8-Bit Cinema retell the oft-quoted holiday classic as a pixelated console adventure game. They should have had a minigame where you have to glue the leg lamp back together.
A companion piece to The Verge’s profile of eBoy, arguably the world’s most popular pixel artists. Watch the Berlin-based trio talk a bit about their backgrounds, their arduous dot-by-dot process and their sources of inspiration.
A side-scroller action RPG by LarryPixel, to be released serially like a comic book, as you take on a variety of tasks to survive life on the Moon. For $40 or more, you can be immortalized in the game.
Animator What Pixel You On takes the retro pixel art style and breathes new life into it by popping it into the third dimension. If our old Nintendos could have done this, we’d probably still be playing them.
Artist Laura Bifano creates these surreal portraits using blocky pixels (or technically, voxels) to represent Mother Nature’s creatures in their natural habitats. Bambi – you’re looking a little blocky.