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Lost: 8-Bit Style

 |  |  |  |  May 26, 2010


Yeah, we all know that LOST is off the air now, and we still have no clue what was really going on all those years. That doesn’t mean we still don’t have a fond place for it in our hearts, right? Take, for instance, this awesome look at what LOST might have looked like if it were an 8-bit NES title.

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Adam Campbell (aka “Hot Meteor“) put together these 8-bit mockups, complete with an example gameplay screen, and the cartridge it might have come on.

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He also put together some great pixel-based versions of some LOST characters. I especially love the little roly-poly Hurley, but I think that Locke should have been portrayed as a black cloud of smoke instead. (Check out the animated version of the characters here.)

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[via Boing Boing via Geekosystem]



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