As far as I know, the entire plot of Space Invaders is “increase speed, drop down, and reverse direction!” But making vapid and obtuse movies based on popular franchises is what Hollywood does best these days, so I guess I wasn’t too surprised when I heard there’s a Space Invaders movie in development.
Space Invaders, the iconic classic video game we all know and love, just got even cooler. The popular arcade vertical shooter from TAITO is going to be a board game. Let’s just hope that the gameplay lives up to the arcade version.
Destroy the brigade of rapidly moving aliens before they mow down your bases! With this festive Space Invaders sweater, you’ll be equipped to blast blocky 8-bit invaders with your laser cannon everywhere you go.
An army of little invaders is here to celebrate the season, while the giant alien in the middle is ready to stomp a bunch of pine trees, which also happens to be the easiest way to chop them down for Christmas trees.
Way back in the day, my game of choice on the Atari 2600 was Space Invaders. That was about all I wanted to play, with a little Pitfall thrown in the mix. Oddly enough, I don’t recall ever seeing a Space Invaders machine in the arcade back in the day.
If you have ever dreamed of battling Space Invaders in real life, here’s one unique way to do it. For GeekCon 2016, a team led by Tomer Daniel created a game of Space Invaders that can be played for real.
If you haven’t seen Immersion yet, it’s a new series by Rooster Teeth. The idea is that they recreate elements of popular video games in real life. It’s pretty awesome. The latest episode has members of the team bringing the classic arcade video game Space Invaders to life.
Certain games stand the test of time. Like Pac-Man, Space Invaders and Pong for instance. So why not mash them all together and create a game called Pacapong? Why not indeed.
This two-player game is basically a Pac-Man maze with Pong paddles on both sides, and Space Invaders dropping down around them.
This awesome Space Invaders ring puts the 8-bit aliens around one of your fingers. Hopefully not your button mashing trigger finger, because you know they will try to stop you from shooting their friends.
Space Invaders was my favorite game back in the day and was one of the first games to frustrate me. You all remember those gaming sessions where you end up accusing the game of cheating and tossing your joystick around the room.
Next time your friends come over, you’d better have some bases for them to hide behind because this Space Invader mat is about to reverse direction, drop down and increase speed all over your floor.
This handmade invaders rug is the perfect thing for any game room, and can be done up in just about any color you want.
This sweatshirt that looks like an ugly Christmas sweater is full of Space Invaders. Pew pew pew! I’m giving her all she’s got captain. The phaser blasts are flying, but they just keep marching and getting closer and faster.
Screen print artist and 3D animator Olivier Marchand pays tribute to one of video gaming’s first hits by turning its 8-bit characters into parts of a mandala, a pattern often used to describe the wholeness of the universe or the impermanence of life.
Admit it. Sometimes, even when you’re in the bathroom, you’re thinking about how to get to the next level in a video game. And if that game happens to be Space Invaders, they can now join you in the loo while you sit and contemplate your strategy on the pot.