Due to the growing popularity of 8-Bit Theater since it's debut in 2001, various Flash artists have created tributes, developing a cornerstone of the archetypes that we know today in the first Final Fantasy game. Cartoon remakes of the comic strips have also been made, as well as a few guest cartoons for the Nuklear Power site.
Five Flash videos were created in a span of 2002 to 2005 by a Flash artist under the pseudonym, TLF. The last two were a joint project between him and Meddros, another Flash artist and 8-Bit Theater fan. The project has since been abandoned and the two artists have never been heard from again.
8-bit Theater 1Edit
8-bit Theater 2Edit
8-bit Theater 3Edit
8-bit Theater 4Edit
8-Bit Theater Part 5Edit
Guest Animations, Parodies, and TributesEdit
The following are parodies and guest animations for 8-Bit Theater. Some are nonsensical and full of randomness, and some are merely tributes.
An "in-the-making" animated version of this comic, it was another Flash project created by Meddros. An early version of the animation was sent to Clevinger to post on Nuklear Power at the end of 2004. Four years later, he remade and added extras to the project, and posted it to Newgrounds, with the rest of the 8-bit Theater Flash animations.
Another series of animations from said artist, they are one-on-one battles between the 8-Bit Theater characters.
- Black Belt vs. Black Mage
- Black Belt vs. Garland's Castle
- Garland vs. The Imps
- Thief vs. Thief?
- Black Mage vs. Red Mage
- Black Mage vs. Fighter
Other VS VideosEdit
Final Fantasy Day CareEdit
Created by Henry Jardin (aka DeuceNine), this ongoing Flash series borrows stereotypical elements developed from 8-Bit Theater. All episodes are NSFW.
The team that created the nonsensical, meme-filled Arfenhouse series re-enact this 8-Bit Theater tribute featuring their personas. Also NSFW, and very loud.