While the wait for new Rick and Morty escapades stretches on, we’re at least getting the odd treat thrown our way – like this top 16-bit styled animation.

Entitled Rick and Morty in the Eternal Nightmare Machine, it’s basically a massive chunk of a 16-bit SEGA Mega Drive or Super Nintendo styled video game that, sadly, doesn’t exist.

Instead, it’s a short film that comes from super-talented Aussie pixel artist Paul Robertson. Amongst many things, he was also involved with both the Scott Pilgrim movie and game, and he’s no stranger to Rick and Morty either, having worked on pixel art promos for the show previously.

While we wait until late June for the new series to kick off, here’s that epic promo:

Rick and Morty at JB Hi-Fi.