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Can you guess the game?
This print is for sale on my web shop.
King’s Valley (Konami - MSX - 1985)
“South Park: The Stick Of Truth brings Parker and Stone along for writing and voice duties, and with them comes the energetic, versatile comedy that has kept the show alive so long.”
"Eventually, the wackiness of what might as well have been called The Adventures Of Underpants Jesus fades away, leaving behind a smart, sad, and addictive game. “
"While it’s hard not to appreciate a game that allows you the choice of whether or not to bust up a sex club using a cricket bat, Falling Down-style, I’m less convinced that this is the kind of moral conundrum that is needed to propel a game like this. The Telltale Experience™ doesn’t ask for much in the way of action or exploration or even puzzle-solving, but it does require the player to navigate difficult positions with no obvious answers and a sense that your choices will have imminent and probably terrible consequences. “
PUNK Pinball - 1982
Vintage board game. Really want that water skiing elephant as a tattoo.
Game of Goose (1925)
“This game with the inscription “LONG LIVE THE WORLD REVOLUTION” was published in 1925. After entering it through the gate with the rising red Sun which was also included in the coat of arms of the Soviet republics, you can study while working, enroll in the Red Army, chase the bourgeois, join the anti-alkohol campaign. Production meetings, war aircrafts and breaking the chains of the workers can promote you by even twenty spaces, while bad health and living conditions throw you back by just as much.”
Source: Poemas del rio Wang
Here’s a piece I created for Gallery 33’s upcoming video game boss/final level show, which opens February 14th! Go check it out if you’re in the area.
I’ve always been a huge metroid fan, and drawing samus is actually how I got into drawing in the first place. Composing ridley was super nerve racking, his body is so spindly and weird, but I’m happy with how it turned out!