Posts tagged art

Posted 3 weeks ago

howtocarveroastunicorn:

"Internet" by Markus Magnusson aka MarkusM (put these on t-shirts please!).

Posted 1 month ago

geeksngamers:

Prince of Persia Classic Posters —
By Kareem Magdi
(via @GeeksNGamers

  • kareemmagdi:

    So these would be my minimalist prince of Persia posters. They are based on the classic DOS game. Was one of my favourite back then. Hope you all like ‘em :)) For more of my work, please visit my portfolio!

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Whoa, I know these images well. Played many hours on my Tandy 1000HX.

Posted 2 months ago

madebyabvh:

Original Illustration by Jeff Victor

Posted 2 months ago

oestranhomundodek:

Flappy Bird

Continuing the Flappy Bird madness.

Posted 2 months ago

Journey is such a beautiful game.

(Source: faithgaming)

Posted 2 months ago
Posted 2 months ago
└Noveria: Aleutsk Valley (2/2)

Nostalgia.

(Source: shepofships)

Posted 2 months ago

gamefreaksnz:

Sega release latest Alien: Isolation screens

Take a look at these new images from Creative Assembly’s recently unveiled Alien: Isolation.

Check out the announcement trailer here.

Posted 3 months ago
Posted 3 months ago
alexlikesdesign:

My 2013 Games of the Year: The Last of Us (PS3)Joel and Ellie’s brutal tale of survival takes place in an unforgiving world where violence is often the only available resolution. Despite this, The Last of Us manages to weave together a host of quiet moments not seen since last year’s The Walking Dead. Full of intensely human emotions, be they misplaced anger, the pain of loss, or damaging decisions made in duress, the game is most impactful when it touches upon these inner struggles. But most of all, The Last of Us is a game about consequences, and in a time where our culture is seemingly bereft of such inconveniences, I applaud Naughty Dog for crafting an experience around our accountability to nature and each other.
By Alex Griendling / Blog / Twitter

This gif speaks a lot.

alexlikesdesign:

My 2013 Games of the Year: The Last of Us (PS3)

Joel and Ellie’s brutal tale of survival takes place in an unforgiving world where violence is often the only available resolution. Despite this, The Last of Us manages to weave together a host of quiet moments not seen since last year’s The Walking Dead. Full of intensely human emotions, be they misplaced anger, the pain of loss, or damaging decisions made in duress, the game is most impactful when it touches upon these inner struggles. But most of all, The Last of Us is a game about consequences, and in a time where our culture is seemingly bereft of such inconveniences, I applaud Naughty Dog for crafting an experience around our accountability to nature and each other.

By Alex Griendling / Blog / Twitter

This gif speaks a lot.