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3.09 / 5.00

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Apr 28, 2010 | 5:39 PM EDT
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Pixel Art
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640 x 762 px
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8.5 kb
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atari
2600
district
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Author Comments

I always wanted to do a mock-up video game of one of my favorite movies. So here it is, District 9 for Atari 2600. The top screenshot is the title screen, while the bottom is some in-game action.

i used a total of 5 colors for the top screenshot, and 11 colors for the bottom screenshot.

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LegendarySleuthLokiLegendarySleuthLoki

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Just thought I'd comment on one of yours

Wow, this is amazing. It looks like an actual video game. D:
Haha, I want to play it D:<
(I responded to your comment on my artwork, I'll be getting more up around may 27th [if time {or scanner} permit{s}])


foxypanda69 responds:

cool, ill be looking for some new stuff from you. and im probably going to make this game over the summer just because of how many PM's i got over wanting to play this and people commenting on it. so be on the watch for it.


GothicFreak119GothicFreak119

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Wow love it and the movie

Just watched for the first time like 3 days ago
Awesome loved the gore and animations
10/10 5/5

-8BIT-


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foxypanda69 responds:

thanks!
yeah its one of my favorite movie... but now that im looking at it with fresh eyes, im beginning to realize that a powerup should be a can of cat food... lol


SomeOne10SomeOne10

Rated 5 / 5 stars

:0

Epic. Ask someone who knows how to make dem games to use this, I beg of you, it need be done.


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foxypanda69 responds:

i am that guy. soon enough ill be programming games using an Atari 2600 compiler and putting them on carts. i just need to learn how to use a atari Compiler and some assembly, lol.

but that is what college is for my friend.


Redcavalier1001Redcavalier1001

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Awesome!

Nice work man! When I saw the thumbnail I was like, is that a prawn? Haha, very nice job, I think it looks exactly like what a District 9 game would look like on the Atari 2600. (Makes me wanna go into basement and hook mine back up) Keep up the good work man!


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foxypanda69 responds:

thanks bro :)
maybe someday ill port it over to the atari for real, but for now i must tantalize you with fake screenshots :P lol