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Amber Lamps: The Nintendo Game

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Oh no! Princess Amber of Lampland has been kidnapped by the mean ol' Epic Beard Guy!
You must guide Super Michael-o Brothah up past the deadly rolling tins of shoe polish and Chinamen to defeat the prejudiced sexagenerian... but watch out for his nasty left hook!

Projected release date: December 2013 - SO PRE-ORDER YOUR COPY TODAY!!

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Aw, I was hoping that this would be an actual game you were working on. You have made some of them! This is still a great picture. I think the main reason it's so good is because of all the little things going on. I didn't know you were so anti Epic Beard Man. It seems like he's portrayed as a racist.

I don't know, it's been a long time since that whole thing happened. I don't know much about the details. Wait, I guess the races are depicted in a positive manner here? It's been so long since I've heard him being talked about. It's great to see him again.



lol

i like how his health bar is teeth :P clever



I would favourite this sooner...

But it took me a while to find the button!

Lol, if this was a real game, I would definitely play it as soon as it hit the shelves. Nice work m8, keep it up!



dude

thats epic



oh dude..

you are soo mean! "draining the lizard" was mean, but this is just...
it sure is great art real clean and accurate pixels; but know that stuff may happen to you next time ;)


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Feb 24, 2010 | 3:19 AM EST
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Pixel Art
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600 x 762 px
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