#Ninjacat #Windows10 mashup roundup - Here are our favorites so far!
Yesterday, Microsoft did Windows Insider fans a solid by not only releasing various Ninjacat wallpaper but also funny variations as well. Including in that package was a DIY kit so that users could make their own creations and share them with others.
Now that the dust has settled we figured we would highlight a few creations that made us laugh. Without further ado, here are our favorite Ninjacat mashups!
Michael Gillett (@michaelgillett) has created some awesome Ninjacat images in the past, and he is continuing with the somewhat obvious Jurassic Park theme with these two creations. He is also a gent and put all his wallpapers on his OneDrive so that you can download them in HD format. Double win for him and you!
Greg Carpentier (@greg_carpentier) had also done a ninjacat unicorn mashup before when he combined it with the new Windows 10 login screen image. Now he is back with his fantastic combination of HoloLens, Minecraft, Ninjacat and that new Windows login background! You can find the original HD version here on IMGUR.
Nick Gothard (@PurpleHippo587) posted this classic with the new Windows 10 default wallpaper and a hot in pursuit T-Rex. Unfortunately, a high-resolution version is not available. [Update: Here is the HD version!]
Milan Kurka (@milan_kurka) wins a particular place in our heart for his combination of Windows Central meme 'Seems Faster' with bacon galore! Unfortunately, a high-resolution version is also not available.
Mark Quimoyog (@primarchmark) is putting his art degree to (not so) good use with everything under the sun in his creation.
Finally, our good ol' curmudgeon friend Paul Thurrott (@thurrott) expressed his distaste for the unicorn and preference for the T-Rex in this carnivorous creation. Needless to say, that escalated quickly.
Have you created something especially hilarious? Share with the community on Twitter using #Ninjacat #Windows10 and post them here in comments. Don't forget to add a OneDrive link so others can revel in your artistic magnificence of ninjacatness!
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