A chipper hero named Ed bleeps and blorps through his city — which looks and sounds suspiciously like a retro video game — in Rodrigo Díaz's short animation Gummy Gas Crisis. Ed's mission: to chase down a baddie named Lord Gadiseous, who's spreading gas (the stinky kind) all over town.
A Determined Hero Saves His City In The Retro Video Game-Inspired Gummy Gas Crisis
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