Work Is Hell and the Dark Comedy 'Yuppie Psycho' Revels in It
Come work at Sintracorp! The coffee is awful, the workplace is toxic, and you don't really have much choice.
This Animator Spent Months Recreating ‘This Is America’ on an Ancient Computer
“I cannot dance, but at least I can make an animation about the dance.”
Inside the Pixelated World of Perler Bead Art
I started making beaded crafts as a hobby, but soon I was hooked on the retro aesthetic and the vibrant community that supports it.
This ‘Stranger Things’-Inspired Game Has Me Stuck in a Moral Upside Down
‘Crossing Souls’ has a lot of heart, warmth, and unfortunately, stereotypes.
This Tiny Adventure is a Perfect Slice of The Twilight Zone
‘Midnight Scenes: The Highway’ is ‘Thimbleweed Park’ artist Octavi Navarro’s pint-sized creepy adventure.
[NSFW] Tropical Pixel Art Harks Back to the Days of Gameboys and NES
Creators premieres the 29th issue of FELT Zine, this time from mysterious artist group Muay Thai Food Club.
The Old Web
The Next Great Setting for Video Games? Pre-Broadband Internet.
A new breed of games seek to explore the web that was.
An Abandoned Technology Gets Repurposed to Make Retro Art
A rare, pre-digital television broadcasting system gets revived by British artist and retro digital expert Dan Farrimond.
'Trumptendo': All Your Favorite NES Games, Way Worse Hair
Classic Nintendo games modded to put the human Annoying Orange in his place.
When Pixel Art, Cyberpunk and Horror Collide [Premiere]
For Perturbator's "Sentient," Pixel art animator Valenberg creates a post-world future, where machines are persecuted by a cult of human supremacists.
How Paint Swatches Became Porn & Prose Pixel Art
UK artist Nick Smith plays on the format of paint color charts to create pixelated 8-bit images.
VICE vs Video games
‘The Aquatic Adventure of the Last Human’ Is a Cool Game That Raises the Hot Topic of Climate Change
Swedish indie studio YCJY's new title is an underwater Metroidvania set long after the seas have consumed our way of living.