Check Out This Awesome 16-Bit Demake of the Avengers: Infinity War Thanos Fight

Oh snap.

It's always cool when something gets de-made into a video game. And while it's commonplace to see modern games get the 16-bit treatment, sometimes we see movies become pixelated as well, like this piece de-making the Thanos fight scene from Avengers: Infinity War.

Artist and animated John Stratman created a 16-bit version of the big fight scene in Infinity War where the team of Iron Man, Spider-Man, Doctor Strange, and the Guardians of the Galaxy take on Thanos on Titan. It's (Spoilers) an ultimately heartbreaking scene that ends in defeat for the Avengers, but is nevertheless a great spectacle for the audience. You can see the video on YouTube below.

The video, made for the YouTube channel Mr Sunday Movies, is 10 minutes long and covers most of the entire fight against Thanos on Titan. Everything from the fight choreography to Doctor Strange's trippy powers are on display in the video.

Avengers: Infinity War is the third Avengers film that brings together nearly all of Marvel's entire Cinematic Universe cast in a fight against Thanos and his army. The film left on a cliffhanger that will be picked up next year in the next Avengers film.

While there's no way to play Stratman's version of Infinity Wars as a real video game, Square Enix and Crystal Dynamics are working with Marvel on an actual Avengers game, though we have yet to see any details about it other than a brief teaser trailer from a year ago.

[Thanks, io9]

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