Everyone’s crazy about pixel art, and nothing seems to escape the fad, but what happens when the opposite comes into fruition, and pixel characters become something more? Well, keep reading because this story is just about that.
This is an entirely new take on some classics from the times of cartridges on home consoles: some of our favorite games from way back when have been turned into stunning papercraft pieces that recreate some of the most recognizable in-game screens.
If you happen to like what you see, you should know that you can get these as prints over at Red Bubble. In the meanwhile, there’s a cheat sheet below in case you don’t recognize some of the games portrayed,
In order, we have Castlevania (the original), Contra, Dragon Quest, Kirby’s Adventure, Mega Man 2, Metroid (again, the first one), Super Mario World and Zelda 2: The Adventure of Link.