I just released a mini album just in time for Christmas. I take some traditional Christmas carols, then arrange and filter them through 8-bit chipsets, and then sprinkle in some of usual gitchcore sounds. It's free to listen as much as you want, and PWYW starting at 5.
A retro-inspired pro wrestling role playing game I've been working on, set in the territorial era of pro wrestling (the 60s-80s more or less). It's pay-what-you-can and will be forever. [more inside]
Blocktronics' ACiD Trip won the Freestyle ANSI/ASCII competition at last week's Demosplash 2013 event at Carengie Mellon University. Created by 22 artists, it's apparently the longest ANSI scroller ever at 3,266 lines long. Scroll it yourself right here. For those not hip to the lingo, ANSI is the American National Standards Institute but in this case refers to the 256 character set used in early computer operating systems. It's basically an extension of the usual 128 numbers, letters, and symbols of ASCII. More shapes, the ability to create colors, etc.
In 1984, Mirrorsoft commissioned husband-and-wife coding team Dave & Sara Crud to create a blockbuster ZX Spectrum movie tie-in, only for rights holders to back out and leave it unreleased for nearly three decades. Or at least that's the backstory I wrote as my own brief... [more inside]
My latest t-shirt project is a collection of designs featuring the iconic weapons from classic 8 bit Nintendo video games composed of all of the enemies you'll slay during your quest. [more inside]
Taking the Mars Rover augmented reality symbol and injecting it into classic 8-bit videogames.