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The mysterious Super Mario Brothers Question Block is entry number 3 in the "Super Mario Brothers On a Real NES" series. Unlike the previous TV screen images, I had to de-interlace this animation (blend the fields) to make the file size more reasonable. continue

Why is Mario shaking like that? He's not shivering because it's cold in Mario Land or anything, that's just how he looked on a real NES hooked up to a tube-TV. For anyone who's ever taken a close look at the character on a TV screen, the image above should bring back memories. continue

A Little Goomba as it looked back in 1985, and still today when displayed via the original NES console hooked up to an old tube-TV. It's like a beautiful miniature electronic stained glass work of art. Something that is slowly fading away as newer technology takes center stage and many people so quickly push aside the older, "obsolete" technologies. continue

What made Lode Runner truly groundbreaking for its time was the fact that it came with a built-in, easy to use, level editor. Level editors are common place in today's games, but in 1983 that was an almost unheard of concept that extended this game's replay value infinitely. continue

Another retro-gaming Lode Runner custom level by yours truly. This time in the style of the classic arcade game that pretty much started the modern video game craze - Space Invaders. There's an additional custom animated sequence at the end. :-) continue

Transformers and Lode Runner were two popular forms of entertainment born in the 80's. One was a half-hour cartoon, the other, an addicting 8-bit video game. This is the two of them blended together - Decepticon version. continue

Transformers and Lode Runner were two popular forms of entertainment born in the 80's. One was a half-hour cartoon, the other, an addicting 8-bit video game. This is the two of them blended together. continue

I came across this video brought to you by the good folks over at LoadingReadyRun.com. As the title suggests, it features games for the Wii that didn't quite make it through Nintendo's board of approval. It's clever and humorous. Check... continue

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