That was one of the cheap games that were based on a copy of something.
Most games of that era were products of trying the limits of the hardware and the skills of the programmer. The main challenge was simply to get the game mechanics and code to work at all, and whatever the content of the game was basically made up after the fact and completely irrelevant. If you had a space dog eating space chicken, that was because at some point the programmer had to come up with some sort of dummy character sprites to draw the graphics, and he went "hey, this thing looks kinda like a dog, and that one looks almost like a chicken", and that became the theme of the game.
Also, the graphics on the box didn't need to have anything to do with the contents of the game.
Just as long as you had COOL SCROLLING PARALLAX and chiptunes in the background, all the nerds were happy.
Up until the 90's, all computer games (except some very basic games like Chess or tic-tac-toe) were basically tech demos with no other point than showing off some gimmick that the programmer could pull off with whatever limited computing power they had.
Didn't that game also have voice synthesis built in? At the time it came out, that was a very rare thing, to be built into the game cartridge program without any additional hardware.
It had some recorded voices but I don't know about voice synthesis'. I tried it briefly but didn't give it much of a chance since it was such a blatant ripoff of Sonic. The graphics seemed a bit clunky compared to other similar games.
Rocket Knight Adventures was a much better possum-based game.
Turrican on AMIGA 500 !
Also Xain´d Sleena, even though it did not live up to the Arcade game
There was a Rocket Knight game in 2010 on XBox 360 and I think PS3 – sadly I never played it.>>3620149
I really liked the Earthworm Jim games – the cartoon was pretty good too.
I might like to have this played at my funeralhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WOFJFCrH4YI
nebulus on C64 a cold winter day with a mug of Te….Good memories.
Seen that poster before in my games magazines but only realize now : The gun only holds 4 cartridges!
He's just a poor man's Sonic.>>3622120
Yes. Blinx deserved better. He was supposed to be Microsoft's answer to Nintendo's Mario but he never got the proper support.
Any game made will be shite. We can't laugh at anything now because it offends someone.
It was not promoted in any way and the franchise was declared dead immediately following the release. No merchandise, no more featuring Blinx as the Xbox mascot or even a guest appearance in the background of a puzzle game etc. They've basically denied his existence ever since.
Apparently there were plans for an anime, but nothing more than a pitch and possible some pictures (still not released to the public) were made.
Come to think of it, Klonoa hasn't had an actual new game since 2002, they still have a dedicated fandom, so what's keeping them from making one?
I'd also love to see a REAL sequel to Another World as they originally planned, not the shitty lets-not-mention-its-name-here which wasn't made by the same team. Lester Chaykin still lives!
Klonoa got a remake for the Wii in 2008.
You bet i was mad, but it wasn't a sequel, any more than Doom:Eternal or that godawful new Top Cat cartoon.>>3622414
As the poster before you said, they're remakes, not new games. And Klonoa's new voice sucks. It sounds like a middle-aged clown from a preschool kids TV show.
thanks for reminding me,also the skeletoncrusher at the end. Seriously! WTF !!
Probably because he shit on furries instead of being a Doug Winger tier degenerate.
Byron Howard is definitely a gay furry with a fondness for foxes.
>>3628853>Shawn became quite a dick in the Furry Fandom when he tried joining the "Murrsuiting Club" and got upset that he wasn't received with "Open Arms".
Any source for the murrsuit motivation? All your link has is some guy butthurt about Keller making fun of furries.
I wouldn't put it past someone butthurt about being mocked to lie about the person that mocked them. It's not like revisionist history isn't already a thing amongst furries. As autistic as people are about archiving old shit there should hopefully be something out there.
how old are these photos? Their arms and legs are loose and baggy carpet looking, trim it down add some padding to make it more muscular looking.
Unlike these guys just going to conventions I at least got to be in an actual Christmas parade dressed as tiger from Winnie the pooh
"What’s the rarest/coolest material in the collection… like do you have any unpublished fan works from people who went on to be famous names? (I think there were at least a few in the early 80’s APA days.)
Interesting rare stuff? Well, we have some art by Peter Chung in various C/FO publications. He was a long-time member of the club and went on to create Aeon Flux the post-apocalyptic bad-ass female assassin. Quite a few animation students, including those attending Cal Arts (Disney) got their first taste of anime at the club. Dave Kune, an artist and animator was involved in the local furry community, and an early fursuit maker/performer. He is a professor/administrator for an art school in Laguna. Many of his students display their work at the Orange County Fair, and some of it shows furry influence. Shawn Keller, a Disney animator and character designer for WB (Space Jam) used to have private art shows at furry conventions and also made fursuits and presented them at cons. We have art from them and others who have gone on to become professionals, as well as art from “lost” artists like Jerry Collins (though he does have an FA account now, under a different name). One of the interesting finds of recent excavations were newsletters and correspondence for C/FO New York by and about Jerry Beck, an animation fan that came to California and got involved with the studios, and is now the head of the Hollywood chapter of the International Animation Society (ASIFA), the group that has the Annie Awards, the Oscars of the animation industry.
There is likely a lot more, but I can’t think of any right now…" – Mark AKA Sylys Sable
""WHO IS IT?" (a scratch atop the bag and an exaggerated shrug)
"Is it…Shawn Keller?" (pantomime laughing and pointing derisively at the audience)
"Is it…Silfur?" (slinking around stage and pretending to be sexy)
"Is it…Uncle Kage?" (throwing on Tahamaki's lab coat and racing at top speed around the stage, pausing for a gasp of air, and then racing around some more)
"Is it…Lisa Jennings?" (pause…glance down at flat chest…shaking head no).
At this point Kodian appeared with a package. He took from it Uncle Kage's actual lab coat and slipped it onto the Unknown Furry's shoulders. He then made an unrehearsed seque into trying to add to the funds received at the charity auction by indicating that Uncle Kage had sent the lab coat down and that bids were being received to touch it. Henry Pickands won, and was given the honor of not only touching the coat, but also of unmasking the Unknown Furry.
He took the mask off with flair, and after a stunned half-second the crowd went wild. "
niggy with a ciggy
You got auto-censored, bud. The word for this board to avoid it is neeeger.
He's so underappreciated
replace them with Mr. Bean and see how they treat him?
I bet if someone were to tell lonbluewolf about her then maybe the person would draw porn of the dog, I like to see porn of cat Amethyst from the cat fingers ep of Steven Universe, & I've yet to see porn of Jenny (XJ 9) as any kind of cat with fur but not in a cat type suit.