Samus Aran’s original adventure was the first time many of us saw pixels as more than just graphics. The planet Zebes was a real place: a lonely, haunted world full of dread and danger. It was art. It should come as no surprise, then, that nearly four decades later, the series continues to inspire modern pixel artists

Pixel Art: Metroid [ebook] is up for grabs right now, and it packs in 94 pages of fan-based Metroid pixel art goodness. There are works from over 125 artists included, and the ebook features a foreword by Simon Stafsnes Andersen, creator of Owlboy. Best of all, you can get this book for free if you act fast!

Until the end of today, you can download this fan-made Metroid ebook at no cost. All you have to do is use this link, click on add to cart, and use the promo code “PIXEL” to get the book for free. If you miss out on the opportunity for a free copy, you’ll be happy to know you can still snag the book later for just $5.

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