Adapting Movies to Games
The exhibition Film to Pixel showcases games that were released to a variety of critical and public reactions. Each game developed with its own set of unique challenges based on the film it was adapting. Whether the developers were trying to redefine a genre to match its source material, or live up to the games contemporaries with little budget and an overbearing license to use. The exhibit asks visitors to understand these difficulties and celebrate the triumphs of these games’ creators.
Experience one of the most infamous of movie to game adaptations with E.T. The Extraterrestrial for the Atari 2600.
Goldeneye 007 introduced a new audience to the genre of first-person-shooters.Mission: Impossible recreated the unique stealth and action of its source material.
The Warriors is a cult classic adapted decades after its release. A thoughtful and passionate adaption of the movie.
Street Fighter the Movie: The Game for arcade is a unique example of an adaptation of a game to a movie and back to a game.Spider-man 2 set the bar for games based on superheroes.
Goldeneye 007 introduced a new audience to the genre of first-person-shooters.
Labyrinth: The Computer Game, Lucasfilm Games’ (what would become LucasArts) first adventure game.
Street Fighter the Movie: The Game for arcade is a unique example of an adaptation of a game to a movie and back to a game.