CineFix have ripped out the Commodore 64 and Spectrum ZX1 once again to reboot a cinema classic as if it were an 8 bit game. Turning their attention to the first Matrix film the ticklers of many memories at CineFix have reduced the original film down to the 3 minutes that matter. As with their other works CineFix challengers its viewers to guess which game engine was used to produce the reboot.
Presented for your viewing pleasure is a double dose of nostalgia with 8 bit (and a little 16 bit) graphics and gameplay used to retell a classic cinema tale from the not too distant past, 1999 if you can believe it. Sit back, relax and prepare for a flashback of the 8 bit variety.
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CineFix have returned once more with another lowering of the resolution on a classic film. This time round Forrest Gump has received the 8 bit treatment. It turns out that the Gump converts very well to 8 bit, funny.
Presented for viewing pleasure is the latest film to receive the 8 bit treatment, condensed down to 2.37 of low resolution 8 bit glory. Join the 8 bit Tom Hanks as he lives the incredible life of Forrest Gump, the man with an 8 bit personality. Sit back, relax and squint if you need to lower the resolution more.
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CineFlex, those renderers of movies in 8 bit fidelity have returned once more with a remake of yet another classic film. This time round they present the science fiction classic the Fifth Element.
Generated using technology not seen since the days of 8 bit computing CineFlix have faithfully captured the soul of a cinematic classic in retro glory.
Presented for your viewing pleasure is the micro movie guaranteed to put a smile on your dial. Sit back relax and be sure to have popcorn at the ready.
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