Australian graphic artist Robert Penney must have enjoyed all the attention from his "Cartridge Video System 2600" project, a collection of video game boxarts advertising "retro games with modern themes" for movies like Avatar, Cloverfield, and Snakes On A Plane.

He's created three more packaging designs for imagined 8-bit games based on popular film and TV show licenses: Lost (as an adventure game, of course!), Wall-E (Tetris!), and The Dark Knight (a Christmas gift, apparently). Note that the Lost game only covers the series' first season, so there's bound to be many more of these in the future!

[Via .tiff]