The new Twitter layout lets you upload a much bigger header image than before. That’s 1,500-by-500 pixels of real estate to spruce up your profile with stylish header pictures of beloved video games.
We’re releasing seven days’ worth of artwork, each with a different theme, that you can use to decorate your new Twitter profile:
- Monday: The ’70s
- Tuesday: The ’80s (part 1)
- Wednesday: The ’80s (part 2)
- Thursday: The ’90s (part 1)
- Friday: The ’90s (part 2)
- Saturday: The ’00s
- Sunday: The ’10s
Today’s batch of headers features 10 more titles released during the ’90s. Click on the thumbnails to enlarge the pictures, then right-click (or Ctrl-click for Macs) them and hit “save image as” to save to your computer.
Check out our gaming-themed Facebook Timeline covers here.
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