Threadless: A Simple Plan by Neil Gregory

Yes, of course: every plan looks simple before it’s executed. Such is the case here. Only when you’re there and the enemy is crouching down and moving across one axis behind its crumbling shieldage does reality kick in and the plan go right to hell. So many colorful marching aliens would perish before it was all said and done. Such a senseless waste of pixel life.

I have to admit, the retro geek in me wants this, despite all those pesky colors. If you want it, snag it from Threadless here.

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