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Tag: Iam8bit

Monument Valley Plushies: Possible Objects

Monument Valley Plushies: Possible Objects
iam8bit’s been on a tear this month, releasing official merchandise from Psychonauts, Guild Wars 2 and now the beautiful mobile puzzle game Monument Valley. The store has long had prints of the game’s levels, but now they also have t-shirts, pins and these plush toys.

Guild Wars 2 Quaggan Plush: Coo!

Guild Wars 2 Quaggan Plush: Coo!
iam8bit has a couple of special holiday gifts that will make you do the Quaggan dance. They’re officially licensed 12″ plush toys of Guild Wars 2‘s half-whale, half-Care Bear race. Shown above is the standard Quaggan plush, and below is the limited edition Holiday Quaggan.
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iam8bit Postcards from Space: Sender Who

iam8bit Postcards from Space: Sender Who
iam8bit recently concluded Postcards from Space, an art exhibition featuring postcards for fictional locations from books, comics, video games, toys and sci-fi and fantasy shows and movies. Fortunately those of us who didn’t make it to the exhibit can get copies of the postcards from iam8bit’s online store.

Psychonauts Raz Plush Doesn’t Come with the World’s Smallest Pony Plush

Psychonauts Raz Plush Doesn’t Come with the World’s Smallest Pony Plush
iam8bit’s officially licensed toy already knows you want to buy him. It’s Razputin from cult classic Psychonauts, ready to save you from an army of psycho death tanks and hard to avoid area attacks. The officially licensed toy is 15″ tall and is as lanky as his in-game counterpart, so it’s easy to put him in various poses.

Super Mario and Zelda Roombas: Beware the Goomba Roomba

Super Mario and Zelda Roombas: Beware the Goomba Roomba
These custom Super Mario and Zelda themed Roomba covers are awesome and adorable. It’s like the games coming alive in your living room, while your place is simultaneously getting cleaned. How cool is that?

Great Showdowns of the 8-Bit Era [Video Game Art]

Great Showdowns of the 8-Bit Era [Video Game Art]
I think I have a new favorite video game artist. I’ve already got a set of Scott Campbell’s hilarious Pac-Man illustrations in my house, and now I’m totally in love with his new “Great Showdowns (of the 8-Bit era)” series that he did for the 2008 iam8-bit video game art show at the World of Wonder gallery in Hollywood, Ca.
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