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Thor In 8-Bit

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Cannily timed to coincide with the release of Thor: The Dark World, those clever people at CineFix have turned the first Thor movie into an 8-bit mini movie. There's a particularly strong 'casting out' sequence.

Readers of a certain age may notice some similarities to Ghosts and Goblins early on. Readers not of a certain age will have no idea what that means.

Somebody should really be making these into proper games. They would make a fortune from misty-eyed 30-somethings.

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