Not What I Nintended We imagine what would happen if some unlikely movies were adapted into video games.
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Not What I Nintended

Not What I Nintended

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Blockbuster movies always get video game tie-ins, but sensitive art house films deserve cash-grab spinoffs too. We imagine what would happen if some unlikely movies were adapted into video games. See if you can identify the original movie, and, for a bonus point, program a fully-playable version for our office.

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