Eric Ruthâ€™s Pixel Force: Left 4 Dead is the game that Valve would have made for the Nintendo Entertainment System if they had been around back in 1986.
The game is identical to Left 4 Deadâ€¦ if L4D were put through a time machine and returned after having gone through the full 8-bit treatment, including appearance and sound. Just because it looks low budget doesnâ€™t mean that Eric skimped on features though, since you can play either by yourself or with a friend in two-player co-op mode, and all four of the original survivors, two tiers of weapons and four of the original game campaigns are included.
Unfortunately itâ€™s Windows only at the moment, but if youâ€™re looking for something to do over the weekend, then take a trip down memory lane with Pixel Force: Left 4 Dead.
Gang Garrison 2 is a â€˜bootleg demakeâ€™ of Team Fortress 2, and includes all nine classes, many different TF2-inspired environments, and fast-paced, team-based multiplayer gameplay in a unique and stylish 8-bit style.
Can the best multiplayer around be improved by demaking the graphics and bringing it all back to the core?