A 16-bit Game of Thrones game could look like this

Game Of Thrones

UPDATE - Charlie_pl has given HITC an exclusive look at his next Game of Thrones pixel art.

Update - 18/11/2014 14:37

Good news for those of you loving Charlie_pl's pixel art take on Game of Thrones below, I've been in contact with Charlie and he's given me some more details about himself. He's a pixel artist from Poland who enjoys creating pixel art for his personal portfolio in his spare time after work. Charlie also told me he loves Game of Thrones, and thinks it would be a good basis for a game too.

We've also been treated to an exclusive look at his next pixel art Game of Thrones character - Sandor 'The Hound' Clegane. He's promised more pixel GoT characters 'soon'. Take a look below! Thanks, Charlie.

Original Story - 18/11/2014 11:29

Someone's made Game of Thrones pixel art, and it's brilliant! That someone is Charlie_pl over on Pixel Joint - a community site for pixel artists.

You'll either love these pixel art Game of Thrones pieces because you're a fan of pixel art, Game of Thrones, or even both like me. But even if you're a fan of neither, you must admit they're undeniably well-made, with great attention to detail.

I've laid out each of Charlie_pl's creations below which include Khal Drogo, Oberyn Martell, Gregor 'The Mountain' Clagene, Daenerys 'Mother of Dragons' Targaryen, Tyrion Lannister, and Jon Snow. I would so play a GoT game that looked like this!

Now to fully nerd-out, go back over each image, slowly, whilst listening to the video below. Imagine a time where a 16-bit Game of Thrones game existed, and sigh. You can actually watch the video below too of course, which you should, as it shows 'Theremin Hero' playing the GoT theme on a 'NESKeytar'. A what? Doesn't matter, it's awesome!

Charlie_pl has a few more creations over in his Pixel Joint gallery, including some Assassin's Creed fan art - check it out here.

Thanks, Nerdist.

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