There Will Be Blood, the film, was 158 minutes long. But There Will Be Blood, the (fake) video game, takes just 60 seconds to hit the major plot points.
Adam Wright and Owen Williams created Super There Will Be Blood for a British film magazine’s annual “Done in 60 Seconds” competition: it looks and sounds exactly like any number of games for Nintendo’s 20-year-old Super NES platform. And, miraculously, it captures something of “There Will Be Blood’s” over-the-top charm. You can’t actually play this game (which is really a video). But, just like the film, it rewards multiple viewings
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