Weekend Wallpapers: 8-bit and pixel backgrounds for your Android
Looking to change up your Android home screen? It doesn’t get much easier than swapping out the wallpaper; it’s one of the quickest ways to breath new life into the mobile experience. We recently began curating a collection of wallpapers for you, dear reader, and are only too happy to share the goods!
We’ll be adding to the collection on a regular basis and will occasionally highlight a theme or specific artist’s work we really appreciate.
ABOUT THIS THEME:
This collection of wallpapers is based around the common theme of8-bit and pixels.This is the first in what we expect could be an ongoing series. In putting this gallery together we came across many worthy images which should ultimately find their way into our collection.
Face it, there’s nothing quite as awesome as growing up in the 80s and having Atari and Nintendo as your first foray into gaming. Yeah, we like that Minecraft stuff, too, but we’re old school through and through. These wallpapers definitely send us tripping through time.
Click here to see our entire collection of wallpapers.
Note that the wallpaper page may go through a few changes over the coming weeks and that your experience should improve with each update. If you see something that you think we’d like to share, drop us a line. What’s more, if you have created some wallpapers of your own and want help in spreading the word, we’re your guys.
Other galleries you might enjoy!
- Bokeh effect
- Outer space
- Minimal and modern
- New York
- Bright and colorful
- Dirty, gritty, grungy
- Android Foundry
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