While the albums we make are very real, the parody movie games we imagine for them aren't... 

This page is devoted to taking a deeper look at the "What If" movie tie-in games we wish actually existed. The concepts, the designs, and that killer pixel-parody art.



   What would it feel like to rip through the streets of Gotham in that roaring missile on wheels?  Or battle your way through an army of goons at Axis Chemicals?  To fly that screaming, bat-shaped jet through a villain's poisonous parade... or duke it out with the cackling Clown himself in the bell tower of an abandoned cathedral? We went all out to visualize those moments from the Tim Burton classic in the most refined and meaningful medium of our childhood - The Side Scroller.




   Pixel Artist, Harry Shotton, also known as AiyoPixel on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/aiyopixel has created an amazing world of familiar characters and iconic vehicles for Gotham '89.  There is no better imagery to pair Anar Keytarman's rebuilt from-the-pixel-up soundtrack with. Spin Gotham '89, and revisit one of the most influential super hero films of all time in an all new retro-styled experience.