Showing posts with label Week 132: 8-64 bit video games. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Week 132: 8-64 bit video games. Show all posts

Friday, April 3, 2009

Monday, March 30, 2009

Wrong Pipe...

I have a thing for Mario, but that doesn't stop me from giving love to an unforgettable rival and the icon of 16-bit gaming. - Das!

Lakitu ( that terrible thing that thows spikey things at you in Mario Bros)

a quick lil colored pencil sketch

by the way, this is the bastard i am talking about.

BATTLETOADS!!!















Probably one of the greatest games ever made... Battle Toads seem to have exactly what I was looking for when I was but a young lad. I could play the game for hours!

Sorry for the delayed post. Just glade I got it on in time!

- Josh

Sunday, March 29, 2009

Micro Machines!

Hey, im new to art jumble hope you guys like it.

this game was and still is awesome! 4 player Megadrive classic


mattmantimms.blogspot.com

Thursday, March 26, 2009

The Galaga War

My favorite video game of all time is GALAGA. I love blasting those bugs!!! I'm no champion, I just love the game. Waaaaaaay back in the day (1982) when the game was still new, I drew a comic about it.



You can see all 8 pages on my blog:
http://naldoman.blogspot.com/2009/03/galactic-adventures-galaga-war.html

Bubble Bobble


Hey childhood David, you like monsters blowing bubbles? "yup"

Dragon Quest V


I felt inspired to doodle a little Dragon Quest V illustration after I finished the game a few weeks ago. The hero's son looks like he is about to go postal. I do not want to be in the shoes of whoever made his sister cry...

The game is technically from the 16-bit era, even though it was never released outside of Japan at that time.

nikogeyer.blogspot.com

Tuesday, March 24, 2009

Mega Man


This was my favorite video game growing up! Stealing your enemies powers and using them against them? What a badass! Gotta give some love to MM!

Crazy Kong!!


I've just finished an illos with same theme for my own blog!! Great!! Hahaha :D
So I reuse it, yeah! ;D

Do you remember "Crazy Kong"?
It was created by Falcon, released in 1981 and is similar to Nintendo's Donkey Kong.
Insert coin!!