6 posts tagged doom
Halloween sale on Survival/Horror Games!
For only $12 you can pick up any designs from the Survival/Horror genre over at 72Pins this week for our Halloween sale. Stock is limited to get them while you can!
Available now for $12(USD) @72Pins!
Art by Gabriel Leoni
Awesome Kickstarter + NEStalgia = Doom!
Our art project 72Pins has teamed up with Kickstarter project PortsCenter to bring the BFG 9000 back to life. Artist Gabriel Leoni once again brings his pixel talent to the arena with this exclusive Doom Nestalgia cart.
What is the show about? PortsCenter is a “A 13-part webseries taking an entertaining and informative look at unique ports of video games, hosted by a tall red-haired Brit” as well as an awesome take on some retro gaming goodness. We at it8Bit really want to see this show happen.
Please help out and back this Kickstarter
Created by James Gilleard
Drew Wise and The Yetee are proud to present the second of three shirts for the Speed Demos Archives annual summer gaming marathon, Summer Games Done Quick (SGDQ), which raises money for charity. $3 from every shirt sold will go directly to The Organization for Autism Research.
SGDQ is happening May 24-28th. Watch the marathon live here: speeddemosarchive.com
Today’s design is by Drew Wise! Swing by his facebook page and thank him for donating his time: LINK
Not only does this shirt glow-in-the-dark, but it features original handcrafted pixels of games being played at the SGDQ marathon! For a list of the games being played visit: LINK
The Organization for Autism Research (LINK) conducts practical research that examines issues and challenges that children and adults with autism and their families face everyday.
You can help them by purchasing this shirt or by donating at speeddemosarchive.com
Swing by the Facebook page to enter to win a free shirt!
8x8pixels: This is 1/11 in a series inspired by the id game.
John Carmack and ID were a huge influence on my youth. I spent hours making my own sprites, and digging up new .WAD files to play.
I have two series inspired by the first and second games. Both with eleven pieces that will be posted every day for the next few weeks. Enjoy!
- Caleb Hystad