It is no secret that we are huge fans of retro video games at Unplggd. When we cannot get enough 8-bit from our TV screens we love to see it spill over into our homes and wardrobe. Here are some of our favorite ways to bring a little bit more 8-Bit into our lives.

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  • 8-Bit Peashooter: The perfect companion for any house plant, the 8-bit version of this helpful character from Plants vs Zombies by Etsy seller 8bitclassics is sure to bring a smile to any visitor's face. $6
  • Pixelfari: This 8-bit version of the browser we know and love was developed by Neven Mrgan.
  • 8-Bit Watch: This watch from ThinkGeek is available in two colors. $70
  • Croc Doormat: Avoid the crocodile with this fun 8-bit inspired doormat. $50
  • 8-Bit Zombie Journal: 8-bit and zombies...what's not to love? This red lined moleskine journal is from Etsy seller Blackbirdandpeacock. $9
  • Retro Gaming Ties: This set of four ties is a great way to celebrate your love of all things 8-bit gaming. $25
  • 8-Bit Hanger: Modeled after the 8-bit pointer this hanger made out of MDF and acrylic is a fun way to hang items in your home. $20
  • Pixel Sofa: This Moroso sofa with the pixel pattern by Christian Zuzunaga is a great way to stylishly incorporate 8-bit into the home.
  • 8-Bit heart Pendant: This pendant by Etsy seller Sketchystories is made out of solid sterling silver. $39
  • 1-Up Mushroom Art: Made out of recycled book covers by Etsy seller Dpad, this piece of art would look adorable in an 8-bit themed nursery. $40
  • 8-Bit Flower Bouquet: We'd love to have one of these on our desk, this bouquet from ThinkGeek is the perfect 8-bit home office accessory. $15
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