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Stinkoman 20X6 fan art in style of Nes and Playstation (2D) made in Gimp. This game was made by Homestarrunner and was released in 2005.


This is cool. I honestly never heard about this game, but looks like you made the fanart it deserves. I really liked the fact you made two images with diferent perspectives, I think I'm going to stole this idea in the future, hehe. The first image looks like a generic Master System platformer, which I love. The second remembered me the mecha boss battles on Gangare Goemon 2.
What caught my attention is that the fist one is shaped like a old TV screen while the second is flat. It makes everything looks like a Nintendo DS footage, haha.

If there is some criticism to be made is that a background would be nice, but considering some NES games had a single color as a background it doesn't matter so much.

ScepterDPinoy responds:

Thank you for the honest criticism. I've should've added kill screen tileset on the second image below that needed to be pasted on a pale background (The one that I saw on the sub space of Scott Pilgrim vs. The World The Game) Also to point out that the upper screen is in style of Nes since I'm using the Nes color palette not the Master System. You can use the images as an inspiration of your work but try not to copy and steal okay? :)

Stinkoman is such a great game with a lot of variety, I go back to it once every couple years.

ScepterDPinoy responds:

Minus stealing powerup weapons from bosses except boss 3.

Ah, classic!

ScepterDPinoy responds:

I remember playing this somewhere with computers in Moreno Valley as a kid. It got shut down unfortunately...

No I am not.

ScepterDPinoy responds:

What about checkers then?

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Apr 3, 2016
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