This Polinksi music video operates on all the right spectrums

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It’s to see the influence that gaming has had on the world around us these days. There’s a lot of guys who grew up with Atari and NES consoles, working in the graphic design and entertainment industry, and they’re shaping that age-old passion of theirs into imaginative and expressive ideas.

Of course, there’s a lot of crap out there that thinks using a gaming theme will equal massive sales (We’re looking at you various breakfast mascots), and then you get some experimental ideas that reignite those old memories spent huddled around an old Telefunken Tv and watching simple binary code transform into something magical.

The latest video from Polinksi is one such example, as it emulates an old Spectrum video game perfectly. Right down to the ear-bleeding original sounds for the first fifty seconds or so.


Last Updated: February 9, 2012

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