DOOM II: Hell In Jerry’s Apartment

Seinfeld DOOM II featuredIt doesn’t get much more ’90s’ than DOOM II and Seinfeld. This mashup is real, and it’s spectacular!

Huge Seinfeld fan, Doug Keener, spent 100+ hours creating this spongeworthy wad about nothing. Play DOOM II inside 129 West 81st Street with sprites of the whole gang – audio clips and death animations included. So, giddy up and get playing.

Doug explains: ‘I am a massive fan of Seinfeld. The characters were put into the replica as a bonus to add to the tribute. The only reason they are killable is because I wanted to keep it in traditional Doom fashion, because what is doom without violence and death? This is in no way a “hate video” towards Seinfeld or the cast. It is a tribute and an homage to one of the greatest television shows of all-time, as well as one of the greatest video games of all-time’.

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Source: Doug Keener via Laughing Squid
Image source: Doug Keener on Doomworld Forums

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Pixel Baz: Awesome Pixel Art Mashups

There’s not much to say about Pixel Baz‘s pixel art retrogaming/movie mashups other than they are a whole lot of fun. I would happily play all these games!

Pixels Assemble!
SpaceAvengers-Art

I Have Come Here To Chew Bubblegum And Play Video Games… And I’m All Out Of Bubblegum
TheyLive-Art

Solid Snake Plissken: Escape From New York
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Get Away From Her, You Pix(els)!
XenoRPG-Art

Game Over Man, Game Over!
AliensRPG-Art

All Work And No Video Games Makes Jack A Dull Boy
8BitShining-Shirtoid

Dawn Of The Dead Hunt
DeadHunt-pixel

Super Night Watch Bros.
NightWatchBros

Donkey (Ice) King
AdventureKong-Art

Dalek Kong 
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Pixels Of The Lost Ark
IndianaKong

It’s Dangerous To Go 88MPH! Use This
88MPH-Tee

It’s Dangerous To Time Travel! Take This
Docwho

It’s Dangerous To Tron Alone! Take This
TronPixel

Source: Pixel Baz

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msausretrogamerMs. ausretrogamer
Editor and Researcher at ausretrogamer – The Australian Retro Gamer E-Zine. Lover of science fiction, fashion, books, movies and TV. Player of games, old and new.

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Free To Play Retro Game Mash-Ups

Mash-ups aren’t anything new, but when you can play them, things start to get quite interesting. Check out this Super Mario site that mashes our favourite video game characters in other games or pop culture scenarios and then allows you to have a go!

All the mash-up games are Flash based and can be played on your Android devices.

The games are quite cute and fun – who wouldn’t like to beat-up Koopas, Lui Kang-style in Mario Combat!

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There is also Tuper Tario Tros – a Super Mario Bros. and Tetris mash-up where you use your tetraminos to build a safe path across the level.

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And who wouldn’t like to have Sonic speeding through Mario’s familiar landscape in Sonic Super Marioland – I guess Dr Robotnik has kidnapped Amy Rose.

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There are many more strange and wonderful knock-off Super Mario games, from the fun Super Mario Truck Driver to Super Mario Space Shuttle with the awesome Can’t Touch This soundtrack! If you like to experience Mario in a Mafioso Godfather styled game, then have a crack at God Father Super Mario, you’ll be a ‘made man’ in no time.

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Retro Games with Modern Themes: Retro Games and Movies Mashup

As featured in the French art book, Geek-Art: An Anthology: Art, Design, Illustration & Pop Culture, we have found these very cool illustrations of fictional classic video game boxes adapted for films and TV shows.

We love the hand-written notes on the packaging – a very nice touch. With so much awesomeness to look at, we can’t pick a favourite. Can you?

retro-game-tokyo

retro-cart-tokyo

retro-game-cloverfield

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retro-game-avatar

retro-cart-avatar

retro-game-lost

retro-cart-lost

retro-game-darkknight

retro-game-prison

retro-game-snakes

retro-game-inception

retro-game-walle

source: Penney Design

Digital Art: Video Games vs Real Life

Let’s get this straight, I love video games being mashed into real life locations. I was super impressed with Aled Lewis Studio’s video gaming artwork, and now we have Lee Vidal coming to the party with his artistic effort.

Lee has done a fabulous job at placing iconic video games in very apt real life locations. If you don’t believe us, just take a peek below. If you would like to see more of Lee’s artistic works, head on over to his deviantArt page.

Spooky Yoshi’s Island
IRL_YoshisIsland

Barrel roll
IRL_DK

Exciting motocross!
IRL_Excitebike

Scenic route
IRL_OutRun

Brrrrrrrrrrr, ice climbing
IRL_IceClimbers

Go Mario!
IRL_MK

Advancing! Tank attack!
IRL_AdvanceWars

Hunting castles
IRL_SMB3

Kicking ten shades out of Ken!
IRL_SFII

image source: retronoob

Mash’em Up: Kung Fu vs Mega Man vs Everyone

Dust off your trusty NES console, add some Kung Fu and about a dozen other retro games into the mix and this is what you get – a mish-mash of Kung Fu versus everyone and Mega Man traversing the known video gaming landscape in search of Sylvia. You will love the cameos in this video!


source: oppaopaopa

GTA V: Super Mario Edition

Not strictly a mash’em up of sorts, this GTA V Super Mario Edition has some cool Super Mario effects and tunes. For those that take offence to simulated video gaming violence, please skip this! For the rest of you, enjoy!


source: GamersTakeover