Remixed Game Covers [remixed]: Jump Shrimp

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Original Assignment

Remixed Game Covers created by Jim Groom
Take a video game cover and remix it to change up the meaning or play with the general idea of the game. You can see more examples in this post which is in many ways the inspiration for this assignment.

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Examples Created for Original Assignment

Play The Game

Here is the assignment “Remixed Game Covers” by Jim Groom: with a DS106 twist!…

Halo Forever and Ever and Ever and Ev……..

 

This entry is for the DS106 Assignment, “Remixed Game Covers“. For this assignment what I did was to search and download the original image which i will show at the end. Then I used photoshop with the content-aware tool to remove the original title. Then I used …

Get Your Game……Swish

 

This poster remix was done for the DS106 assignment, “Remixed Game Covers“. Its interesting how  some of us won’t consider going outside to play most sports, but are willing to indulge in in these simulations year after year. Probably so the closet in fantasy of controlling your …

Karateka – Animated Floppy GIF

If there is one videogame I’m certain that I spent a few hundred hours playing, it’s definitely Karateka on the Commodore 64. Karateka a simple fighter game, which like most games of that time was really hard to complete, as there was no option to ‘save’ and pick up where…

Remixed Game Cover

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Process
For this photo I took a game called Pitfalls and I remixed it to change the title of the game. At first I was going to do Halo 2 or a modern game but I figured the older games had a cheesier cover. Cheesier covers allow…

Remixed NES Game Covers

Take a video game cover and remix it to change up the meaning or play with the general idea of the game. You can see more examples in this post which is in many ways the inspiration for this assignment.

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Re-M*A*S*H-ed Game Cover

I’d noticed Jim Groom tweeting various bits of trivia about Atari game systems over the past week or so and thought something must be up. Sure enough, he just created a new assignment called Remixed Game Covers. I got a kick of seeing what he did with the old Atari…

Remixed game Covers: The Big Lebowski

I added another new design assignment for ds106 called Remixed Game Covers inspired by this awesome remixing of a series of Atari game covers that Mikhail Gershovich turned me on to a few months back. The assignment is pretty straightforward, take a video game and remix it to change the…