Super Street Fighter 4 Demake - Design Talk / Wrap Up
As we draw to the true finish of the Super Street Fighter 4 demake, we come to the wordy part, the part where there are no pretty pixels
to gawk and gander at but instead paragraphs of characters all jumbled in a way to let you know what we went through when demaking SSF4.
If this sounds like it’s up your alley/floats your boat/or whatever idiom you are fond of then click “read more”, if not, that’s fair and we hope you look forward to our next demake.
To sate anybody who wants to look at them in more detail, here we have the profile pictures blown up by 200%. That wraps up all the art for the Super Street Fighter 4 demake, check back tomorrow for the write up.
Now for some profile pictures, starring Dudley, Ibuki, Makoto and C. Viper. All at 100%, 200% to follow!
Super Street Fighter 4…fighters! C. Viper, E.Honda, Makoto, Gen and Dudley (Dudders) all shrunken down into Game Boy size. Quite adorable if we do say so ourselves. Both in 100% and 200% forms.
Teensy bit late but not forgotten - The character select screen with bonus profiles.
The Super Street Fighter 4 title screen!
This month Gameboydemakes is proud to present Super Street Fighter 4! A great fighting game made by the one and only Capcom.
As per any pixel art piece, keep clicking until them pixels are nice and crisp!
Hearthstone Demake - Design Talk / Wrap Up
To truly finish off a demake I thought it’d be nice to give an insight into
the exact thought, logic and mentality involved with a demake project. So sit down, maybe have a nice cup of tea/coffee or some cold beverage and take a read, go “ah, so that’s why” or “well I really think you could have done X if you tried”. Click “read more” and we can begin.
To finish off Hearthstone (and any demake) are some single outted-ed-ed assets. Yes, assets, the building blocks of a demake and in this instance are the cards you caught a glimpse of in the last gif.
Hope you all find them nice and readable and hope you enjoyed seeing Hearthstone demaked! (demaken? demoked?)
Tomorrow will be a pixelless day (sad but true) but there will be something different, an in-depth written piece where I explain what I considered and thought about when I took upon the demaking of Hearthstone, boring for some but if you are into that, then check back tomorrow!
And here’s the board! Pressing select on the Game Boy would bring up your cards and pressing it again would send them back down, giving you full view of the board.
Or if you have the handy dandy official (and real, can’t overstate how real it is) hearthstone gameboy mouse, just press the button on the side!
Check back tomorrow and you’ll see all those cards (and maybe some more…) as separated assets.