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Classic Video and Arcade Games by Judan Classic Video and Arcade Games by Judan
Completed picture. A mixture of 50 video games from the 80s and the 70s. They range from PC-Engine, to Commodores, Atari to Master System and Arcades to Acorn BBC Micro computer.

*This has been my most enjoyed art by others, but I keep finding it plastered about with no credit or link back here by a few. Kind of annoying.

*Update*
Here is the list of games: Zelda 2, Winter Games, Rollercoaster, Sir Lancelot, Mainc Miner, Psycho Fox, Metal Gear, Bubblegum Crisis, Bubble Bobble, Ghouls 'n'Goblins, Star Wars Arcade, Captain Trueno, Dizzy, Freddy Hardest, Myth, Zynaps, Air Wolf, Asteroids, Carmen Sandiego, Pong, Megaman, Sinistar, Wizard of Wor, Alex Kidd in Miracle World, Balloon Fight, Gunfight, Outlaw, QBert, Galaga, Adventure, Duck Hunt, Barbarian, Mario Bros., BurgerTime, Berzerk, Fishing Derby, Exolon, Dragon's Lair, Dig Dug, Wrecking Crew, Pacman, Donkey Kong, Donkey Kong Jr, Tetris, ET, Imogen, Chuckie Egg, Battlezone, Pitfall and Space Invaders.

How it was made:

The majority of the characters here were actually made but using a square block, duplicating it and moving it around into position. Depending on the complexity a single character could be made of up to 250 blocks and take around an hour to make.
Characters from Burger Time, were much quicker to do and easier by hand drawing them on paper, scanning then colouring in.

As a fanart piece it is obvious I have no ownership over the characters portrayed. All rights go to their respective owners: Nintendo, SEGA, Atari, Capcom, Namco, A&F Software, Hewson Consultants, Hewson, Micro Power, CodeMasters, Data East et al.
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:iconjudan:
I did wonder why you were moving into baby products.
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:icondoriot:
Would you mind if my friend and I used this image for our website for History fair? You will receive full credit, of course!
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:iconjudan:
Yes you may. Send me a link when you do.
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:icondoriot:
84489708.nhd.weebly.com  

I'm still working on the bib and adding some edits, but for the most part, the website is done.
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:iconjudan:
Bib?
Site looks good.
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:icondoriot:
Thank You! It's short for bibliography. 
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:iconflynn1978:
Great montage!
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:iconjudan:
Thank you.
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:iconianessom:
ianessom Jul 20, 2013  Professional Digital Artist
cool work
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:iconjudan:
Thank you.
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