8-Bit Left 4 Dead Released & Available for Download

Back in November we reported on a game enthusiast name Eric Ruth de-making ‘Left 4 Dead’ into an 8-bit NES version of the popular game. Well, finally today the game is officially released for download and ready for players to play.

Pixel Force: Left 4 Dead is a retro de-make of Valve’s hit zombie killing masterpiece. Lovingly recreated in a fashion that would have been acceptable in 1986 for the Nintendo Entertainment System, this de-make stands as the flagship title of the upcoming Pixel Force series from Eric Ruth Games. Go alone, or invite a friend for 2 player co-op against the zombie apocalypse in all 4 of the original game campaigns. 2 difficulties and all 4 of the survivors make a glorious 8-bit appearence, complete with first and second tier weapons scattered along your path to escape. So, grab your controller of choice and kick back with an award-winning retro take on the end of the world with Pixel Force: Left 4 Dead.

This definitely brought up some good old NES memories when I was a kid.  So what you waiting for? Hurry and go download a copy today and try it out.

Huge thanks to Eric Ruth for taking the time to actually de-make ‘Left 4 Dead’

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Also check out the video after the jump.

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4 Responses to “8-Bit Left 4 Dead Released & Available for Download”
  1. Randax says:

    Looks awesome, but where's the tank? xD

  2. RSKUNite says:

    Dude, if this would have been a real nes game, that would have been a must buyy. dude thats awesome

  3. RSKUNite says:

    Where do you download this game.

  4. COLLIN says:

    i think l4d is sweet.