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8-Bit Twin Peaks Intro

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Given the cult following that Twin Peaks has, we suspect there'll be a fair few happy fans out there when they see this.

8-bit experts Filthy Frackers have worked their magic on the title sequence to David Lynch and Mark Frost's classic TV series, in this NES-style remodelling, complete with squelchy lo-fi music.

Check it out below, and compare with the original below that - they've done a rather excellent job.

TAKE A LOOK AT SIMPSONISED TWIN PEAKS CHARACTERS HERE



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