The History of Nintendo (Vol. 2)
“1980-1991:The Game and Watch Games, An Amazing Invention!”
The second volume of The History of Nintendo is dedicated entirely to the fabulous Game & Watch games, a famous line of electronic LCD games which was very popular in the early 80’s. You’ll find the detailed and exclusive chronicles of how this invention, which revolutionized the whole entertainment industry, came to be. You’ll find out about the difficulties encountered during their development, the secrets behind this new concept at the time and dozens of unexpected documents.
Available for $40(USD) @MyComicShop
Related: The History of Nintendo (Vol. 1)
Countdown to Futurama: “Call Me” Clip
After three days of drawings and images from “Fry and Leela’s Big Fling,” today we get our first clip from the upcoming episode.
If your boss is offended by bottomless talking primates, you might want to consider this one NSFW.
The season premiere of Futurama airs June 19 at 10/9c.
I worked with the Academy and Gallery 1988 to create the official 85 Years of Oscars poster.
The brief was one of the hardest I’ve ever had; find a way to reference every single Best Picture winner from the last 85 years.
Thanks to Gallery 1988 for putting my name forward and organising this whole shebang.
Deer god, that’s close!
For those of you that still remember the times when I was a game developer (like last month) and you played the last game I programmed (that would be Dream of Pixels) and you also liked it enough to say it’s the best (puzzle) indie game of 2012, now is the (last) time to vote for game of the year at Jay is Games.
- [x] Check Game of the Year! (on top)
- Click Vote next to Dream of Pixels (scroll down a bit)
Vote for other awesome games in other categories as well (my picks from this year: Super Hexagon, Bad Piggies, Fieldrunners 2, Draw Something, Hotline Miami, The Walking Dead)!