‘Robot Unicorn Attack’ Now in 8-Bit!

I didn’t think it was possible to improve upon the perfection that is Robot Unicorn Attack, Cartoon Network’s famous free game that combines two of the most magical (also gayest) things ever–unicorns and Erasure music–but HOLY SHIT they did. Behold the pixelated, 8-bit majesty of RETRO Unicorn Attack!

In my world, downgrading the graphics means upgrading the fun. Seriously, there needs to be a retro version of EVERY game. Also — there needs to be an MP3 of this chiptune-y version of “Always” I can download. Like, NOW.

You can play Retro Unicorn Attack right here, by the way. It’s free and totally worth at least 5 minutes of your time.

(Filed under: things I didn’t get around to blogging about last week.)

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