Ad for Namco’s Super Chinese, which also features Ryuichi Sakamoto and a robotic dinosaur, for some reason.
Family Computer Magazine(?), 1986.
aka Kung Fu Heroes
This is an old image I did as a BG element for a Street Fight image with Poison as main character. It was supposed to be the typical “wanted” poster in a alley, old and decolored by years, since Hugo is no longer part of Mad Gear or a criminal. I remove it because it was a bit distracting and also it could confuse to the reader about his current status with the law. Oh, well, I found it today and I think it looks funny :P I hope you like it :)
You can share my stuff! Thanks :)
Here’s one tiny update before I’m gone from the internet to finish moving into the new apartment. I want to make a thank-filled post in appreciation for all the people who still put up with this blog, but this will have do until then. Groot and Kirby have been added to the GFX Generators. I chose two characters with 5-letter names to celebrate reaching 500 other people who like pixels and older video games. Thanks for the kind words and I’ll (hopefully) be back later with more pixels!
Another fine moment in luxurious, over-lit cityscapes, this one brought to you by Taito’s Silent Dragon, a mediocre 1992 beat-em-up. It’s clear that, along with flying cars, and complete cybernetic body replacement, another thing the past-us expected current-us to achieve by now was a power source capable of illuminating the entire world indefinitely.
Spider-Man gets some preemptive revenge in Spider-Man and X-Men in: Arcade’s Revenge.
everything about this is just leggggccch :(
There’s one silver lining: it’s digital only, so it can’t clog store shelves like Marvel Nemesis.
At the big VGJunk site today: hey kids, do you like Space Harrier? Someone who made today’s game sure did: it’s the Famicom shooter Attack Animal Gakuen! If you want to read about a flying schoolgirl shooting half-hearted mutants, then you can do that here!
break - Shadow Dancer: The Secret of Shinobi
(Sega - Genesis - 1990)
Men at Arms : Game Development Blog
I’m happy to announce, that Lubos and me started developing the game “Men at Arms” recently. Lubos, who is specialized in Haxe & Kha, is doing the code for the game. I will focus on the game’s art work.
Our plan is to realize a PvP game, based on the animated GIF I posted a month ago. We opened a Tumblr blog mainly dedicated to the development of the game.
You are very welcome to follow us:
The devblog is run in co-op, therefore you can expect code-, concept- and art-related postings. As soon as there is something playable to show, we will announce it there.
You can also follow us on Twitter:
Hope to see you!
(based on Tales to Astonish, issue 13, page 1)
He’ll be in the GFX Generators on the site in a future update (after I get done moving to a new apt.)
people who say nintendo games suck just because they’re aimed towards children
Photo Shoot: “Roxy” Cosplay
Finally some love for Roxy! She deserved to be more than a pallet swap! of Poison! ;-)