Disney’s Wreck-It Ralph has taken over a street in London! The Academy Award nominated film is opening this week in England and to celebrate the release Disney created 8 Bit Lane, to celebrate the video game culture that inspired the film.
One of the coolest thing is the “world’s first Blipp-able building using Blippar’s visual discovery app.” The Upcoming.com reported that, “when Wreck-It Ralph fans Blipp The Nicelanders house on the wall, the house will emerge in 3D and they will be invited to play a game featuring Ralph himself.”
Along with the super cool interactive game, the film production sculptor Aden Hynes created 8-bit inspired pieces like dog, a taxi and even a leaky water pipe.
Check out the images of the 8-bit street right here:
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The 8-Bit Mail Box 1 of 6A bright red mail box that was featured on the streeet.
Installation 2 of 6The installation will be short lived, it will only be up until Sunday.
The 8-bit Taxi 3 of 6One of the big pieces in the 8-bit street in this cool taxi.
8-Bit Dog 4 of 6A totally cool 8-bit dog, standing at attention.
Players 5 of 6Passers by playing the games on their iPads and phones.
Ipad 6 of 6A close up of the game play on the iPad.