Vap Games is Working on Jetpack Squad
— Alexey Abramenko (@vapgames) April 26, 2017
The man behind Intrusion 2, Alexey “vap” Abramenko, is working alongside Aleks Nikonov to bring us a new rad-looking shmup called Jetpack Squad. Development is being done on Unity and the game is expected to at least hit PC, Mac and Linux when it’s eventually finished.
Somehow it reminds me of Gunstar Heroes and Noitu Love 2, but with much more crazy stuff going down. I dig it.
via Jetpack Squad
— Venice Beach Gandalf (@PortableKingpin) June 6, 2015
SCEA Senior Producer, Sam Thompson, twitted this photo of a wall at Sony HQ featuring a The Last of Us board game. (more…)
Who doesn’t like a nice ironic shirt? I don’t know the answer to that, but I’ll tell you right now I do and I cried a little on the inside when I found out this Ript Apparel design was on sale during my birthday and I didn’t take advantage of the sale.
Even though pigboom, the Philippine designer who made it, has his own online store I’m pretty sure this Studio Gojira design won’t cost $10 if and when he puts it on sale. Darny darn.
Update: Yup, his design is up on his official Red Bubble page for $30. A bit pricey (and yes, before you go there I know you can get it for $20 in other places), but it’s worth it if you got the cash and can help support the artist directly.
Apparently it’s Animal Crossing and my favorite Zelda of all time, The Wind Waker. This is the lovely work of Amanda Winterstein, a background painter on Steven Universe, which you should binge watch now that you have time on the holiday break.
More Steven Universe background artists:
Puedes oir esa dulce música de quijada? Ras.
Por fin logré leer Edge of Spider-Verse #5 de Gerard Way y Jake Wyatt. Jolines, aquel fue el mejor comic del arácnido que he leído en años y este panel con Kaneda y Daredevil me hizo pelar los ojos y reírme como loco. Vayan a leerlo.
via Jake Wyatt
This piece belongs to Mike Doyle’s new book titled Beautiful LEGO 2: Dark, a compilation of creepy MOGs (My Own Creations) by a dozen artists who build zombies, eeky insects, hellscapes and all kinds of things that lurk in the dark and feed your phobias.
See the rest of the pieces in this Wired gallery.
— guillaume singelin (@guinoir) October 6, 2014
I love it when a dope artist makes their own rendition of another dope artist’s original characters. Guillaume Singelin (a tasty artist) tries to do just that with Arem Lightstorm, the lead character in Corey S. Lewis‘ fancomic/tribute to Metroid.
There’s another image after the incoming link.