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Sep 22, 2014 | 5:32 AM EDT
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Talmit's Adventure is one those games that not a lot of people have heard of. Sega Genesis was my first gaming console i ever played on and we had a few games like Sonic, Altered Beast, Shadow Dancer, Toejam and Earl. And then there was Talmit's Adventure which was one of favorite games and still is a whole lot of fun.
I was suprised to see that there weren't that much artwork of this game out there (Well there is a handful but not as much as other games) and since there's a game-artwork competition that started here in Sweden, i felt that this was the one i wanted to work with.

You ask:
Why not something more famous like Zelda or Sonic.

I Answer:
Because everyone is going to do it. I love Zelda and Sonic as much as the next guy but i wanted to work on something different , something unique. And yeah, i know that i might've shot myself in the foot for that one but no matter.

It was fun working on it and i hope that you enjoy it too. If you haven't played Talmit's Adventure or Marvel Land as it's called in Japan, i say do check it out and see what you've been missing out on.



Rated 5 / 5 stars

ohgod i never heard of thissss! Ifeel like consoles are dead now, which really sucks becaues I didn;t get to use them enough. ;( Was this really good, I mean, like Zelda, Alundra, Star Ocean, Illusion of frickin Gaia good?

HogisLeDude responds:

Well it may not be the greatesst game in the world but if you like adventure platformers, then you should totally try this one out in an emulator.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Wow, that's some awesome artwork right there. Personally, I'm a fan of things that tend to be more on the obscure side. Now that you've shown it here, I do feel like I've heard of Talmit's Adventure back when the Sega Genesis was a thing and it does look pretty cool from the art you've done. I'll definitely see about checking the game out.

Good stuff and keep it up!

HogisLeDude responds:

Thank you so much =)