Illustrations of game

Japanese and US arcade flyers for X-Men (1992)

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Arcade flyers for Tatakae! Big Fighter (Nichibutsu, 1989) and Dino Rex (Taito, 1992)

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Arcade flyers for Super Pac-Man (1982) and Pac & Pal (1983)

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Arcade flyer for Baby Pac-Man (Bally Midway, 1982)

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Japanese arcade flyer for Time Gal (Taito, 1985)

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Arcade flyer for Qix (Taito America, 1981)

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Wait its pronounced Kix?!?!

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Were you saying Quix

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KWIX!!

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Mario Hoops 3 on 3


(expanded cover art)

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i remember being magnetically drawn to a Puzzle Bobble arcade cabinet as a kid; my reaction to this post makes me think it must have been 3.

can’t get enough of this Super Milk Chan-esque aesthetic

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Sega game cards

more here: Reassembler - Emulation & Decompilation: Sega Game Cards

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Baseball Stars 2 arcade flyer
illustration by Shinkiro

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Illustrations for Sol Divide by Katsuya Terada

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Itazura Tenshi (“Mischievous Angel”), Nichibutsu, 1984

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I just picked up this book

and it’s pretty amazing. It’s got Tim Lapetino of Art of Atari as a co-author so there’s a WHOLE LOT of emphasis on the atari connection, which is great if you love Hiro Kimura’s artwork. Book is huge, full of official art, concept art, international materials showing how Pac-Man was presented in different places, lots of pac-merch images and a healthy bit of fanart too to fill up 368 pages. It’s amazing in that it is so much but it still feels like so much had to be cut that you still want to see. I’ll be taking pics on my phone and putting them in this thread as I go, so expect a lot soonish

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(quiz and dragons)

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