I have reached a total of 700 sprite sheets in The Spriters Resource the other day. Not only that, I also reached a stoned number of 420 sprite sheets under the console category ‘Game Boy / GBC’. 😛
I got more sprite sheets planned and ready to be submitted shortly.
Last night I’ve been having fun with some MS-DOS games such as Poker Galore and Blackjack Plus, and I thought I’d rip two sprite sheets of playing cards that I’ve taken from both games:
These playing cards are from Poker Galore.
And these ones are from Blackjack Plus.
Now I’m at the point where I must take a break from sprite sheeting… for now.
I’ve been working on another game sprite sheet after playing a little bit of the Game Boy Color version of Scrabble:
I also submitted a sprite sheet of the game’s intros and title screen. If anyone is interested in checking it out from TSR then feel free to click on the link right here.
I’ve been working on some more game sprite sheets and then publishing them in The Spriters Resource. Here’s a couple of them:
This is a sprite sheet of all playing cards and card backs from Hoyle Classic Card Games for DOS.
A sprite sheet of the title screen from the Game Boy version of Beavis and Butthead.
I also uploaded some more Game Boy sprite sheets from Caesars Palace and Beavis & Butthead. More sprite sheets will be published soon.
There’s nothing much to write for tonight. I’ve been spending time in the evening ripping a few more game sprite sheets so that they’re ready to be submitted and then published in The Spriters Resource. Here’s one of them:
This is my sprite sheet of the Video Poker Payout Table from the Game Boy version of Caesars Palace. Open Thread!
I recently ripped a sprite sheet of the whole map of Caesars Palace from Caesars Palace II for the Game Boy Color, and then I uploaded it to The Spriters Resource website:
Click on the link here to check out this sprite sheet from TSR.
A few days ago I decided to publish a couple of sprite sheets in The Spriters Resource website that include title screen sprites from the game Toy Pop. One for the original Namco arcade and the other for the Sharp X1 version of the game.
The reason why I uploaded them is because nobody bothered making those game sprite sheets, so I had to do it myself. Feel free to click on the links to check out my sprite sheets in the TSR website if anyone of you folks are interested.
Happy Holidays, ladies and gentlemen! I’ve done my Christmas Eve nightmare shift, and now’s my time to enjoy my three-day weekend. Nothing super special; but I’ve been working on a few of my own sprite sheets of certain things from the Game Boy version of Caesars Palace, and I’ve got them all ready to be uploaded in The Spriters Resource. Here’s one of the sprites sheets that I made:
My own sprite sheet of the Video Poker game from the Game Boy version of Caesars Palace.
Anyways, I hope everybody’s having a holly jolly holiday! 🙂
I’ve been working a sprite sheet of playing cards from the Game Boy version of Caesars Palace last night, and I thought I’d show you people what I’m talking about:
The reason why is because nobody has published that sprite sheet in the Spriters Resource website, so I decided to do it myself. And now I play the waiting game while I’m crossing my fingers and hoping for the best. 🙂
I apologize for not posting last couple days ago because I’ve been too tired to come up with something to post. Either way, I will now show you my latest sprite sheet for tonight:
It was a sprite sheet of playing cards from Bridge in the Mind Games Entertainment Pack under Windows 3.11, so now I just need to make one last touch-up before I upload this sprite sheet in The Spriters Resource since nobody ever made a sprite sheet of this. But I’ll have to wait on that until tomorrow to do so because I’ve been too busy doing chores around the house since our landlord is going to be here to repair the windows of our house. So until then, goodnight and have yourselves a beautiful rest. 🙂