Flynn's Arcade is a video game arcade owned and operated by Kevin Flynn. It is a multi-story establishment, with numerous assembled arcade games on the ground floor and office space on the floor above. The upper rooms have been furnished to serve as both a work space and accommodation, in which Flynn lived prior to taking control of ENCOM. This design features a subtle, simulated screen printed effect with slightly visible halftone dots for some added coolness.
Tags: gaming, flynns, flynn-rider, 80s, arcade-games
Unlike more traditional, higher-stakes grid events like Disc Wars and Light Cycle games, the recently programmed recreational sport, Cyber Rolling, where players compete merely for bragging rights at a leisurely pace and are allowed to indulge in heavy drinking during matches, has quickly emerged as the new fan favorite.
Tags: mashups, mash-up, mashup, jeff-bridges, movie
ENCOM was founded by Dr. Walter Gibbs in 1972 in his Culver City garage. In less than ten years, ENCOM grew into one of the world's leading computer companies with product focuses on digitization hardware and software, defense systems, and of course, video games including Space Paranoids and Light Cycles. This version of the ENCOM shirt features plenty of vintage wear and tear to give it that authentic straight outta the 80s look.
Tags: vintage, rinzler, pascal, flynns, light-cycle
From the classic 80's flick Tron, it's everyone's favorite villainous lackey, Sark! Okay, he's not TOO much of a lackey, and he was amazingly ineffective pretty much throughout the movie. He was pretty good at torturing hapless programs, though, and that's saying something. And it's hard to be truly evil when your main weapon is a frisbee with a Target logo on it. So show poor old Sark some love, wouldja?
Tags: sark, video-games, 80s-movies, villain, recognizer