There’s a brand new t-shirt design up for sale over at TeeFury, and today’s design mixes fairy tales with true geek video game nostalgia.
The shirt is called “Told You So,” and it takes the Humpty Dumpty fable and begs the question: “Just HOW did Humpty fall off of that wall?” The answer here, happens to be that he was sitting on a wall consisting of classic Nintendo Tetris blocks, and we all know what happens when you fill in a section of Tetris blocks. Silly Humpty.
As always, the shirt is available for the flat rate steal of $9, and comes in sizes small, medium, large, and extra large for men and women, as well as a XXL size for the larger gentlemen.
If you dig the design, you can go and get your hands on one right now. But remember, this shirt will only available for today, December 2, 2010, until midnight tonight EST. If you miss this one-day bubble, the shirt will be gone forever and you shall weep.
The short video spread like fire, making it one of the more popular videos we’ve seen in a long while. And now that popularity is glowing brightly, as it has been announced that a new feature-length movie will be made based on the concept. Adam Sandler and his Happy Madison Productions are developing the movie with Jean, and they’re out to Columbia Pictures to set the project up with the studio, which has a first-look deal with Madison.
Be sure to click over to the other side if you haven’t seen the short film, Pixels yet.
A super-duper-awesome new video has hit the web with a vengeance, and it’s from French director Patrick Jean and Paris visual effects studio One More Productions.
The short film is called Pixels, and it basically shows many different classic arcade games taking over New York City. You’ll see Space Invaders space crafts shooting vehicles below, Tetris blocks interlocking with buildings, Pac-Man eating his way through the subway, Donkey Kong tossing barrels from the top of the Empire State Building, and more.
Dust off your Atari and click on over to the other side to witness Pixels immediately! This is an absolutely can’t-miss video from anyone who’s danced with the godfathers of video game history.