08/22/2014 08:08 pm ET Updated Aug 22, 2014

Here's 'Twin Peaks' Re-Imagined As A Retro Arcade Game

If you're a real "Twin Peaks" fanatic, just the initial chimes of its always ominous intro song will cause goosebumps to sprout up all over your arms and legs.

Now Filthy Frackers has re-imagined Angelo Badalamenti's epic theme song in NES style, transforming the hazy Washington landscape into pixelated lo-res goodness. It's nostalgia on nostalgia, people. What's not to like?

Thank you, Filthy Frackers, for providing this tempting glimpse at what an '80s arcade game based on "Twin Peaks" would look like, even though the show wasn't created until 1990. If only someone would make a game we could actually play, now that would be a dream/nightmare come true.

For more 8-bit remixes, check out Forrest Gump, Finding Nemo and Elf, all of which are decidedly not as creepy as Lynch's suburban murder mystery.

h/t The Creator's Project


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