Check out this wacky Space Invaders animated video that Taito recenly put together for their Game Station arcades in Japan.
The Anime-style video tells the story of a little girl and her encounter with those pesky Invaders.
I really think we need to start a new trend. Everyone needs to start wearing cufflinks again (did they ever?) At least that would give me a good excuse go around wearing these retro video game studs on my shirt sleeves.
I’ve just found the perfect way to enhance your game room, or actually any room in your house needing a bit of fun, while at the same time saluting the salad days of gaming yore. Just peel and stick these terrific vinyl Pac-Man decals ($20) or Invaders decals ($45) from Sydney Etsy sellers vinylwalldesign up on your wall and start humming those theme songs every time you look at them.
Looking for some new fashions to upgrade your geekster wardrobe? Look no further than these clever t-shirt designs from New Zealand graphic artist Glenn Jones.
Ever wonder how Darth Vader keeps his helmet so shiny and squeaky clean?
Gotta love them Space Invaders. They’ve had their little alien faces plastered on everything from bendy computer keyboards to delicious cupcakes to boxer shorts. Now it seems that they’ve even got their own chewing gum.
Japan’s LOTTE candy company recently partnered up with Taito to create a commemorative Space Invaders gum as part of the game’s 30th anniversary celebration.
Other than maybe one of those giant glitzy wresting belts, I can’t think of a more rockin’ thing to wear around your waist than one of these nifty retro video game belt buckles.
Handmade by artist Natalie Hutcheson (aka “HutchMe”), these metal buckles don imagery of famous icons of classic arcade games.
Just weeks after I got my hands on my new light-up LED keyboard, now I’m drawn to a new keyboard that I think I need on my desk. The ubiquitous invaders from space have adorned many a product, and now you can think about those aliens every time you sit down at your computer to type a memo or surf the web.
Catch an extra 40 winks tonight by laying your head on some of these comfy Space Invaders pillows. Created as part of Taito’s Space Invaders 30th anniversary celebration, they’re perfect for the retro gaming geek who has everything.
Space Invaders is turning 30 and Taito is rocking the Space Invaders angle in everything possible. They are even turning HMV and LaForet stores into complete Space Invaders headquarters.
First of all, knowing that Space Invaders is 30 years old: how old does that make you feel?
What could be better than the yummy, sugary goodness of cupcakes? I’ll tell you. Yummy, sugary, Space Invader cupcakes, that’s what!
Pixel baker extraordinaire Hello Naomi is at it again with her video game baked goods.
While the daytime is warm and summery around these parts, it doesn’t stop me from catching the occasional chill at bedtime. So what better way to keep warm but with a Space Invaders quilt?
Emily from Carolina Patchworks is at it again with another one of her pixel-y good video game quilts, this time with those pesky monochrome 8-bit invaders coming in for a landing.
Dunh-Dunh, Dunh-Dunh, Dun-Dun, Dun-Dun, Du-Du-Du-Du. Those pesky Space Invaders are coming to your town to help you party down. Or at least they’re ready to help you keep warm on a windy day with this spiffy Invaders-themed hoodie.
Just what you’ve been waiting for- stylish black and red Space Invaders boxer shorts and neckties. Oh my!
We’ve seen Ted Baker’s more upscale Space Invaders undies before, but these boxers are a) cheaper, b) probably lower quality, and c) made to match with a necktie.
These classic video game characters escaped out of the confines of their respective 8-bit homes, and have landed on kitchen appliances around the world.
Each of Spooons’ handmade refrigerator magnets features the pixel-perfect likeness of a retro gaming icons, carefully color-matched and precisely scaled to match the exact proportions of the originals.
In a not-too-obvious attempt to avoid a cease and desist letter from Taito’s copyright attorneys, these fun video game inspired lamps go by the nom de plume “Space Intruderz”, rather than the “Invaders” moniker more befitting these pixelated luminaires.