The best moments from the World Cup, in 8-bit form

Tuesday July 15th, 2014
Brazilian artist Matheus Toscano, who's been using the Sprite Something iPad app to create soccer illustrations in 8-Bit, oldschool video game style for the past year, has created a batch of drawingsreliving memorable World Cup moments, including Mario Gotze's World Cup-winning goal from two days ago to Luis Suarez' infamous bite. 
But sorry, Americans, Tim Howard, who was snubbed by FIFA last week, is dissed again, as there is no art dedicated to his performance against Belgium. 
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