Remember the 1990’s? It was a crazy time to be a geek. Especially a comic book geek. All of my comics from that period are worthless because of the collecting frenzy of the time, but man did they have some good storylines.
So this won’t be the first time that you’ll see an interactive shirt (remember the fully playable electric guitar t-shirt and the drum machine shirt?), but this is the first shirt of its kind to actually be able to do all that it promises to do.
Skyrim does nearly everything right. Well, aside from its many glitches. One of the things that they really nailed is the sneak feature. It’s very easy to figure out if you have been seen sneaking around.
President’s Day is upon us, and what better way to celebrate the USA’s forefathers than by getting yourself some appropriate retro 8-bit t-shirts, featuring Abe Lincoln and George Washington looking like characters from you favorite Super Mario game!
This wicked mage picked up his skills by reading both spellbooks and cookbooks. His spell sure comes in handy when you’re needing food badly. I wonder what school of arcane magic teaches this spell. Conjuration? Evocation?
Before these fancy electronic games, there was a time when gameplay was decided not by a team of programmers, but by one ruthless DM. When “massively multiplayer” meant having 8 players in your party at once.
From the looks of this retro-mechanical machine, it looks like Pac-Man was in existence long before the 1980s. The Ghost Eater 1 is powered by gears, steam, cherries and power pellets, and is the perfect t-shirt for retro gaming fans.
T-shirt maker/closet archeologist/pun master Jonah Block has a mind-blowing revelation about the evolution of man. Humans are descended from Hylians. Which means Hylians also came from monkeys. So Donkey Kong came first, then Link, then Mario.
Come to the magical world of Mordor! Marvel at the surrounding mountains – Ered Lithui in the north, Ephel Dúath in the west, and that other one in the south. Stare in awe at the colossal Black Gate, and then wail in despair as it shuts, locking you in forever.
You can’t really say that combining the most dangerous bounty hunter in the galaxy with Hello Kitty makes sense, but I have to say that the resulting t-shirt looks pretty good. Who would have thought that Boba Fett could end up looking cute?
Portal fans, here’s another clever t-shirt to add to your growing collection. It features a tiny mouse (Chell, is that you?) with an even tinier Handheld Portal Device, making it’s little mouse hole with it. Here, I’ll start off with the back of the shirt so as not to ruin the surprise:
A long time ago – the late 80s – in a land far, far away – Hyrule – there began an interactive tale about power, wisdom and courage, embodied by an artifact called the Triforce. It was split into many fragments that the hero had to collect to save the land and the princess.