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I spent about 15 or 20 minutes playing this browser game and I have no idea what just happened. Dubstep king Skrillex joined forces with Jason Oda to create a sort of 8-bit retro homage.
"Remember blowing the dust out of your NES cartridges when they glitched? This game is all about that from the perspective of the people within the game," Oda said on Facebook. "Skirllex also makes a cameo at the end."
The game has plenty of nods to classic 8-bit titles, specifically The Legend of Zelda. Head over to the official website to try it out for yourself.
you never had to blow into cartridges. it was never the problem with the cartridges getting dirty, the problem is with the pins inside the NES being bent and not making full contact with the pins inside the cartridge like they should, hence why the games wouldn't read. replacing the 72pin inside the NES fixes this issue. You do not have the same problem with the top loading NES and the games play fine without blowing into anything. blowing into cartridges to make it work is a myth, it does nothing for the game itself.
I actually really liked this game. I played through the whole game but ended up only getting 29% complete. This game was really neatly made and I actually got into it for awhile. Skrillex might be over the board mainstream now but I still enjoy his music and this game. I checked the guys other games but didn't look to much. I'll probably go back to the game sometime to show some friends.
Absolute top class!
End of story.
I was a pertty cool game I liked and the music made sense during the whole game. In the end I enjoyed it.
I died because I ran out of time? If a game is ever going to cause a seizure, this one has a good chance to be it. I enjoy dubstep and most electronic music, but that is not a gamers game.
This was actually a lot of fun. im pretty surprised ahhah
Even though I normally hate dubstep, the music in that wasn't bad (I shuddered while typing that). I beat it, it was ok. Kinda weird and fairly dark. Ending was *** stupid.
Dubstep and Zelda. I never thought I'd see that comparison...