Expendables 8Bit-Game


Auf Facebook gibt’s ein sehr schön gemachtes Expendables-Retrogame im Stil von Ghosts’n’Goblins. Dazu muss man den Film zwar „liken“, but then again… who doesn’t like this?

(Youtube Direktbit, via Twitch)

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  1. Filmhass

    Wer Ende der 80’er/Anfang der 90’er mit Stallones Filmes aufgewachsen ist, hat auch solche Games gezockt…sehr clevere Idee, um die alten Fans zu “reaktivieren”.

    Nettes Game by the way…:-)

  2. The Director

    Wow! Was ne geile Idee. Und noch so genial umgesetzt. Ihr wisst gar nicht wie ich in Level 2 durchgerusht bin XD
    Ich liebe diese Scheiße.

  3. simon

    hm, du meinst eher contra/probotector, oder?

  4. Mam - Goku

    Hab ich gleich wieder Lust bekommen die alten NES Teile aufleben zu lassen!

  5. Lobold

    Also ich werd mich nicht bei Facebook anmelden um das Spiel abzuchecken. Vielleicht packen Sie es ja auch noch auf eine offizielle Seite zum Film.

  6. Ranor

    Da hat der Simon recht: Contra, nicht Ghosts´n´Goblins. Das über wir dann nochmal mit den Retrogames, Renington… ;)

  7. firejoe

    schade, vielleicht kann man das spiel auch mal ohne diesem blöden facebook spielen.

  8. Michael

    wird die Szene mit Sly und Arnie eigentlich in der deutschen Version ein Monolog? ^^ immerhin ist THomas Dannenberg von beiden die Synchronstimme

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    i never wanted this to end


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    Life is too short to be holding on to old grudges


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