ONE SHOT: SAM BOSMA’S NINTENDO SUPERFAN SPECTRE 9.17.2012 Brandon Boyer Leave a reply 1 tweet The ghost of Nintendo fans past, a Sam Bosma tribute to Mike Mitchell, after the latter’s “quasi self portrait of my formative years“. [via sbmosma] RELATED Discriminating Nintendo prizes for Japan’s discriminating tastes Blinky & Pinky & Inky & Clyde Myst MMO URU going open source, fan-operated Nintendo makes right: U.S. Club offers Game&Watch DS, other handsomeness One shot: Richard Perez’s retro Zelda tribute Nintendo re-releasing Electroplankton in downloadable DSiWare form LCD Gamesystem: Nintendo bringing Game&Watch games to DSiWare One Shot: Dangerous Nintendo Girls In Trouble See more posts about: Mike Mitchell, One Shot, Sam Bosma SUBSCRIBE Venus Patrol is attempting to build a constructive and supportive community of independent game culture lovers and creators, and needs your help to invite in new collaborators, and bring our audience new exclusive games and art. Subscriptions start at just $3, or $25 for a full year, and include access to join in on conversations, as well as exclusive thank-you gifts like downloadable games by Adamatomic (Canabalt) & Vlambeer (Super Crate Box), and art & music by people like Keita Takahashi (Katamari Damacy), Rexbox (TearAway), Pendleton Ward (Adventure Time) and Baiyon (PixelJunk Eden). Want to be help grow our community? You should think about subscribing!