Vault 108


::UPDATE:: w00t!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Front Paged! Thank you so much Neo Geo. This is making it hard to keep this project canceled

Fallout 4 is released today!!!

So to celebrate I decided to release some art from a canceled game I was making.


So I was making this gigantic Fallout game. I got pretty far too. I did a lot of the code and a REAL lot of the art. Sadly I had to cancel it. This is like the 100th fallout flash game I have started and canceled. In fact the first flash game I ever made was a mini Fallout game (man that was a cool game).

Who knows, maybe I will resurrect it someday. Or maybe I will make my own version of a Fallout game.

I have always been obsessed with the post apocalyptic genera, and have even written a number of stories in that setting.


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Very simple. But cool animations! I can't wait to see this game!

What awaits? The starting point.

I'm really digging the style I love demakes/fan games. I hope you finish it eventually.

deathink responds:

Thanks a lot man, yeah, maybe someday.

Looks great i love the vault animation, but i cant help but compare it to the begining of crystalis for the NES

deathink responds:

Thanks a lot. I never played that game, guess I should check it out.

Awwww, why cancel it? Looks pretty awesome to me and I've never even played Fallout (the environment kind of reminds me of scriptwelder games like Deep Sleep though more like you're looking at it from farther away). The only thing I would have suggest working on was the background behind the door and where the floor is (it looks like the guy is standing on the wall). Well, whatever you're next project will be, I'm sure it will be great. Good luck!

deathink responds:

Thanks man. Maybe I will upload some more art from it someday... or even finish it.

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4.59 / 5.00

Nov 10, 2015
1:13 AM EST
Pixel Art
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