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Super PixlBit 2.0 Turbo Edition

Yes that's right, we're back again with minimal upgrades... sort of.

As you know if you visit PixlBit, version 2.0 launched just a few months back. Despite the upgrade, we still weren't satisfied and neither were our readers. Thankfully, one such reader stepped up in an incredible way. Vic Roman provided the design for the brand new site template you are looking at right now, as well as all of the logo designs. His contribution has given PixlBit some incredible pop and helps further give the site its own unique identity.

Please enjoy the new template and if you have any issues or suggestions, please feel free to post them here in the comments so that we can fix them posthaste. And again, from the whole PixlBit staff, thanks Vic Roman, your contribution and generosity is unparalleled.



Kathrine Theidy Feature Writer

10/18/2011 at 08:19 PM Reply | Permalink | Report

If anyone still sees the old design, be sure to refresh your browser. Then you should see the new design.

Princess Toadstool

10/18/2011 at 09:10 PM Reply | Permalink | Report

Very nice!

Kyle Charizanis Staff Alumnus

10/18/2011 at 10:18 PM Reply | Permalink | Report


Joaquim Mira Media Manager

10/18/2011 at 10:30 PM Reply | Permalink | Report

It's like cherry pie. Can I eat it?

Travis Hawks Senior Editor

10/18/2011 at 10:57 PM Reply | Permalink | Report

Looks great!


10/20/2011 at 03:12 PM Reply | Permalink | Report

Tiger Uppercut!

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