Symmetric Top-Down Photographs by Martin Reisch Inspired by Nintendo Games of the 80’s
Always curious to know what was hiding behind big buildings or beyond a thick forest, Martin Reischstarted to photograph landscapes from above with his drone. That’s how he discovered interest in symmetry and a similarity with old designs of Nintendo games where the view was looking down from above. Strangely, taking pictures from that point of you could be very much like a game of the 80’s.
I’ve seen a lot of Halloween skin posts so i wasn’t planning on doing one for everyone, but I personally need to highlight the ONLY SKIN THAT MATTERS IN THE GAME: 80′s “Let’s Get Physical” flat butt Zarya
This is rather chaotic as I’ve put it together real quick and I’ve plenty favorites - I might add more as I remember or as I go through my reading (some are finished, some are on-going). For now though …
Duck Season VR Recalls 80′s Video Gaming And Adds In Horror
If you spent any time playing a Nintendo Entertainment System, chances are good that you are a fan of the game ‘Duck Hunt’. Stress Level Zero is capitalizing on that and releasing ‘Duck Season’ for the HTC Vive and Occulus Rift. The game recalls that classic Nintendo title in a new VR setting. Additionally, another layer is added with a new horror element to the plot. Multiple subplots and endings give the title legs beyond just the normal point and shoot aspect of video hunting games. ‘Duck Season’ will be available on September 14th.
Colonel Mustard: Is this place for you? Wadsworth: Indeed no, sir. I’m merely a humble butler. Colonel Mustard: What exactly do you do? Wadsworth: I buttle, sir. Colonel Mustard: Which means what? Wadsworth: The butler is head of the kitchen and dining room. I keep everything tidy.
Tim Curry co-starring with Martin Mull in Clue (1985). Director: Jonathan Lynn.