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Weekly Pixel Art – Week 001   Leave a comment

Calv’s take on The Great Wave off Kanagawa by Katsushika Hokusai, in pixel art [?].
Originally posted by Calv on Pixel Joint. [+]


Posted October 29, 2009 by H. H. in Pixel Art, Weekly Pixel Art

Tekkon Kinkreet — Synopsis   Leave a comment

Robolert v1.0   2 comments

Pixel Art — the Essence of Retro Electronic Entertainment   Leave a comment

Posted January 31, 2009 by H. H. in Digital Art, Personal Likes, Video Games

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Cave Story (Doukutsu Monogatari) // PSP version   1 comment

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Cave Story (洞窟物語, Doukutsu Monogatari) is a freeware action-adventure video game released in 2004 for PC, designed and created over five years by Daisuke Amaya, art-name: Pixel. It has been translated by fans to English by Aeon Genesis.

The game has been highly received by both critics and gamers. In the July 2006 issue of Swedish game magazine Super PLAY, Cave Story was given 1st place on their list of the 50 best freeware games of all time.

A PSP port was developed by a fan, -Z. It supports PSP’s native screen format, and is overall emulated almost perfectly. Only a few text glitches here and there. It also come with Japanese text in addition to the English text.

DigiPet — Virtual Pet for your Palm Electronic Device   2 comments

A Tamagotchi Connexion V1

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Do you remember Tamagotchi? That little electronic toy we used to play with all the time when we were kids. An egg or whatever hatches, and a newborn comes to life. You then have to take care of the poor little creature, feed it, and play with it, or else it will die. Tamagotchi was very popular with school kids that some schools banned having them in class. I also was fascinated with that artificially intelligent toy. It was very exciting to take care of a creature which could react to your actions and see it grow in the palm of your hand.

Ironically, my fascination with that toy as a kid did not fade away as an adult. I still find the idea very creative. So, not owning a Tamagotchi, I thought I’d make one myself. And that’s how DigiPet came to life; a PalmOS application that is inspired by Tamagotchi.

After the break, I’ll talk about this application in detail. So please keep reading.

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Posted January 21, 2009 by H. H. in Digital Art, Fun, Palm, Technology

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Posted January 15, 2009 by H. H. in Digital Art, Personal Likes, Photography, Web