8-bit video game wedding invitations! #Invitation Porn#8-bit#custom invitations#europe#geeky#germany#invitations#video#video games March 3 | Megan Finley meggyfin Just in time to celebrate Geek Week — Offbeat Bride Tribe member Darina and her fiance Niko have unveiled their 8-bit video game wedding invitations that they designed themselves! Darina explains: "We knew that we didn't want standard paper invites. We wanted something for people to keep and remember. We are geeks. We love video games. Why not have a video game invite?" The video games have two player choices, you're either the bride or the groom. And the goal is to get to the end to see all the wedding info. So here's what it looks like… Playing as Darina: Related Post Pixellated Save the Date video full of '90s nostalgia We've seen a LOT of Save the Date videos, so many that I'm a jaded asshole about them. Maybe it's because I'm a child of... Read more Playing as Niko: It's worth noting that the games start by asking the user to say whether they've ever played a video game before. We're guessing that if the user selects NO, that the game plays itself. 🙂 The invitations/games come in jewel cases with informational booklets, and the cd also contains… "…an original soundtrack and outtakes (it took me two hours to get the "I'm sorry Niko…" line straight). It also promotes our awesome singing skills, by singing not only the wrong tune, but also the wrong words of the Soviet hymn." Check out the packaging that the bride and groom also designed themselves: For those of you who are interested, here's where you can download and play the invitations! You can download it with Windows, or, using Wine, with Linux and Mac. If their invitations are this geeky-cool, I can not WAIT to see their wedding porn! In the mean time, we can satiate our thirst for gamer geekery on Offbeat Bride with these related posts: Anli & Laura's Lesbian Gamer Geek Wedding Donelle & Adam's 8-Bit Wedding Katamari Damacy wedding Stephanie & Kevin's Rock Band wedding Get your daily dose of Offbeat AWESOME Reporter Name * Reporter Email * Original text Enter the original text here. Edited text* Enter your suggested copyedit here. Notes You can add a note for the editor here. * Required information. Fix Typo Megan Finley Megan Finley is the LA-based Offbeat Empire editor. When she's not writing, editing, and sleeping, she's eating, drinking, and geeking. You can snoop into her personal life over on her website Funk in Deep Freeze! @meggyfin @meggyfin PREVIOUS Lauren & Nick's Lego-filled, "nerdfest hootenanny" wedding NEXT A simple forest wedding reminder Show/Hide comments [ 31 ] THAT IS SO FREAKING AWESOME!!! I love how you even have to jump on the boss 3 times before defeating him just like old school Mario! My guy would totally flip for this…. Reply LOVE!!! Reply O_O holy crap this just BLEW MY MIND! Reply Ooooo this is just so full of win! Love them! Reply Ridiculously amazing! I'm so jealous. Reply OMG just awesome!!! Here I was thinking in doing a bit of paper crafting to make my own wedding invitations… how uncool compared to this!! Lovelovelove it! Reply Did I really see that Niko will be taking HER last name??? Awesome! Reply Love it! Reply HOLY SHIT!!!! TOO AWESOME!!! I wish I had the talent to do something like this, these are amazing! Can't wait to see your other wedding projects! Reply Okay… this makes me want to go back to Geek Training and relearn under the Masters. This is SO freakin' COOL! Reply Ten gazillion points for the Pride & Prejudice line in the introduction!! 1 agrees Reply Absolutely brilliant idea! I LOVE it! Reply this is a masterpiece. i like it. Reply This is fantastic! Above and beyond every level of awesome I could ever think of. It even got a mention on my local paper's website! (http://www.ottawasun.com/news/weird/2010/03/04/13… Reply Freaking COOL!! I want that one!! Reply just saw this on aol.com news, what a super cool idea!! Reply WOW!!!!! Reply Wow, so freaking amazing. Reply Super cool …. but the music is NOT original: The beginning is the c64 tune of "Human Race", composed by Rob Hubbard, see e.g. . The game music is also Rob Hubbard, but I can't recall what game it is from — download HVSC (Collection of all C64 Sid Music) if you care. Bottom line: Super cool; but bad karma for not giving proper music credit! Reply Hey "no one," I believe the "original soundtrack" that they're referring to is their goofy group sing at the end of the video game. So no worries — their karma is still totally in tact. 🙂 Reply Crazy Comets Reply That is absolutely awesome! I am having my reception at a gaming pub I would love to have invitations like those!! 1 agrees Reply Thanks ever so much for adding these invitations, they are really delightful. 😀 Reply Also, downloaded the video game, and am addicted. I keep playing it when I'm meant to be studying. Reply Like it – very creative! We took a slightly off-beat approach for our wedding invites too – our challenge was how to get snow into the invitation! Click on my name to see how we did it… Reply This is just awesome! I really can't wait what would transpired on the wedding itself. I'm sure it'll be totally fabulous! I wish I could have done this on our wedding last year. 🙂 Reply That is just so so so so COOL, ALL THE BEST TO YOU. I DO Reply OMG – so gorgeous! Reply How can we do this too?! I want to send out these invites! How can we do it? Reply Awesome wedding invitations! Reply These are so cool and original! I realize I'm late to the game with this post, but I have some friends obsessed with video games who are getting married and these would be perfect for them! He even proposed to her over Twitch while playing video games, so this is right up their alley! 😀 Thank you!! Reply Join the conversation Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Participate in this conversation via emailGet only replies to your comment, the best of the rest, as well as a daily recap of all comments on this post. No more than a few emails daily, which you can reply to/unsubscribe from directly from your inbox. No-drama comment policy Part of what makes the Offbeat Empire different is our commitment to civil, constructive commenting. Make sure you're familiar with our no-drama comment policy. Biz owners & wedding bloggers Please just use your real name in your comment, not your business name or blog title. Our comments are not the place to pimp your website. 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