Watch ‘The Simpsons’ Intro Transformed Into An 8-Bit Pixel Tribute

Australian animators reimagine The Simpsons in pixel form.

Robert Whiteby Robert White

It’s the intro you think you’ve memorized by heart since it first aired in the early 90s. That was until a pair of Aussie animators came along and transformed Springfield and the cast of “The Simpsons” into an 8-bit piece of pixelated art.

Pixel artists Paul Robertson and Ivan Dixon joined together to create the ‘Simpsons Pixels’, a full-length unofficial tribute to “The Simpsons” opening title sequence in the style of an old-school arcade game with a retro synthesized remake of the show’s tune from Jeremy Dower.

Having already attracted more than half a million hits since its YouTube debut on the February 1, Simpsons Pixels takes fans through a streamlined scene by scene replication of “The Simpsons” theme, including Bart’s skateboard route through Springfield and Marge and Maggie’s grocery shopping adventure, building up to a strange and spectacular finale.

Photo: YouTube.