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illmosis:

Gilius Thunderhead (from Sega’s “Golden Axe”)
I still need to fix a few things before making a background for him, but I like how this turned out.

re-posting my scribbles from my main account.

illmosis:

Gilius Thunderhead (from Sega’s “Golden Axe”)

I still need to fix a few things before making a background for him, but I like how this turned out.

re-posting my scribbles from my main account.

Golden Axe title screens: arcade (1989) by Sega, Genesis/Mega Drive (1989) by Sega, PC Engine CD-ROM² (1990) by Telenet Japan, Sega Master System (1989) by Sega

pixelclash:

break - Shadow Dancer: The Secret of Shinobi 

(Sega - Genesis - 1990)

I made a Batman sprite the other time we were supposed to be celebrating Batman’s birthday this year, so here’s the doppelganger boss from the original Revenge of Shinobi game (before he was replaced with a Man-Bat).

I made a Batman sprite the other time we were supposed to be celebrating Batman’s birthday this year, so here’s the doppelganger boss from the original Revenge of Shinobi game (before he was replaced with a Man-Bat).

segamemories:

A Scan of the GG Shinobi box art from the ‘Sega Video Game Illustrations’ book. This is a beautiful piece of art that was featured on a tiny Game Gear box where you could barely make out all the lovely acrylic detail. The artist is sadly not credited in the book. 

segamemories:

A Scan of the GG Shinobi box art from the ‘Sega Video Game Illustrations’ book. This is a beautiful piece of art that was featured on a tiny Game Gear box where you could barely make out all the lovely acrylic detail. The artist is sadly not credited in the book. 

Here’s my recreation of the werewolf sprite from Sega’s Altered Beast. He’s mostly one color, so I just colored the lines with layers, drew some simple, flat shading, masked it for the outline, applied the palette I made for the old sprite edit version and tweaked it from there.

kartridges:

ESWAT: City under Siege (aka Cyber Police ESWAT) - Sega Genesis/Mega Drive, 1990.

kartridges:

ESWAT: City under Siege (aka Cyber Police ESWAT) - Sega Genesis/Mega Drive, 1990.

charliecoffin:

Okay, who wants a new Alex Kidd game?

I do!

charliecoffin:

Okay, who wants a new Alex Kidd game?

I do!

games-in-bits:

Odd one out!

games-in-bits:

Odd one out!

vgjunk:

Alex Kidd: The Lost Stars, Master System.

vgjunk:

Alex Kidd: The Lost Stars, Master System.

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