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Doki Doki Panic Iconoclasts version 1080p

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Doki Doki Panic was released for the Famicom in Japan 30 years ago and eventually released in the U.S. in form of Super Mario Bros. 2.

I decided to make this mockup in style of Konjak's "Iconoclasts" made in Gimp to celebrate it's release in 1987.

Everything belongs to it's respective owners and I do not own Konjak's sprite on assets.

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Great pixel art!

ScepterDPinoy responds:

Thank you. Would be awesome to share critique. :)

Love it.
I really like the way everything is drawn, It's so nicely shaded and colored. The details are very crisp and sharp. One thing I don't like is the shades of green and yellow chosen.
This totally isn't A paid review.
Overall:3.5 stars. Keep up the good work.

ScepterDPinoy responds:

Thank you for the critique. Tried my best but still fun to make!

I feel like this is what Dr Robotnik would do if he came to MarioLand

ScepterDPinoy responds:

Maybe he'll use the dream machine instead of the chaos emeralds if it's his choice.

heh super mario bros 2 ;D

If I was an eccentric millionaire I would be throwing money at whoever I would need to in order to make this reality.

In short, excellent work.

ScepterDPinoy responds:

Thanks. I hope this game doesn't get a cease and desist if this game was made.

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Jul 10, 2017
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