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Atomic Blond Pixel Art Game

Atomic Blond Pixel Art Game

Gustavo Viselner, an illustrator and video-game artist from Tel Aviv, Israel shared a super stylish project on his Behance profile that he did with the amazing people from Project C.  Gustavo did the illustration for  a pixel art game for the Atomic Blonde movie that features Charlize Theron as the sensual and savage, Lorraine Broughton, the most elite spy in MI6, an agent who's willing to use all of her lethal skills to stay alive during an impossible mission. We are not here to talk about the movie, I haven't seen it yet, but I can say that the pixel art that Gustavo created is just awesome. It reminds me of my young days playing Streets of Rage for the Sega Genesis. Anyway, check out some of the stills and make sure to try the game.  Pixel-art Play About Project C Project C is a design studio based in Austin, Texas with some heavyweight clients. Amongst them we could mention Amazon, Marvel, Lucasfilm and Disney. For more information make sure to check out http://projectc.net/  

Game Design: Narita Boy -The retro futuristic pixel game

Game Design: Narita Boy -The retro futuristic pixel game

Narita Boy -The retro futuristic pixel game is a Kickstarter project for a pixel art game created by Studio Koba. I found out about this game design project while visiting the Behance profile of Eduardo "edujante" Fornieles, a freelance concept artist and founder of studio Koba currently based in Tokyo, Japan. For me, as a fan and addicted to everything 80s, this game is a homage to that beautiful decade and had to be feature here on Abduzeedo. Also Help Eduardo get the game funded on Kickstarter About the game You are Narita Boy, a legendary digital hero in an epic quest through simultaneous dimensions. The digital kingdom is under attack and you are called as their last hope of survival. Explore a vast world to find the techno sword, the only effective weapon against the threat. The aesthetic of the game is inspired by retro pixel adventures (Castlevania, Another World, Double Dragon) with a modern touch (Superbrothers, Sword and Sorcery) and an 80s plot homage (Ready Player One, He-Man, The Last Starfighter),  accompanied by the retro synth touch of the old glory days Trailer Game design

Videogame Remakes by Orioto

During a little visit to Fubiz yesterday, I ran into something that really got my attention: Videogame remake wallpapers! These are really incredible and just blew my mind! Since many people didn't find the link to the author's page and didn't get to download these wallpapers, I'm also posting abou it and making direct links to each wallpapers. Orioto, the author, is SO cool that he even released XL versions for printing... for FREE! Now that's what I call sharing. I'm totally hanging Mario in my wall. This dude is awesome. Anyways, here are the wallpapers! Hope you enjoy these. Cheers! ;)

Video of the Week #28

I've always been a video-game fan. Since the very first Atari 2600 back in the 80's, playing games like Pitfall, Hero, and Enduro. After that I had quite a few consoles, from one generation to the next; Sega Master, Genesis, Playstation 1, PS2, and now my Xbox 360. Among all the games I've played the first Sonic was one that I was really addicted to, and when I saw this video I was blown away by the quality of the CG. Okay, I have to agree that the Sonic games from the new generation of console sucked, at least the ones I played. Even though they were pretty, the experience and fun was not the same as the Genesis version. But this video really deservers the Video of the Week title. For more information visit http://www.sonic-unleashed.com/