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Lofi art Anonymous 08/29/2020 (Sat) 02:19:46 No. 14617
It's quiet...
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Is this the new comfy thread?
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This is one of my favorites!
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Kinda cute
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Pretty comfy... if you're a duck!
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>>14675 I assume that trolley continually moves back and forth along its route and the ducks have learned to stop when the crossing light goes red.
>>14825 A lesson that those turtles haven't learned.
>>15088 those poor turtles...
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That's the pizzawagon! Those turtles are only there to hijack it!
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VROOOOOOM!
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sprites are lo-fi
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Some artwork made in Deluxe Paint IV (on an Amiga computer).
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>>15282 The others are from 1994-95, and he found them on some floppy disks 20 years later. This one wasn't finished yet, so that's why it's signed AMG'15 (2015 is when he found the disks and decided to finish this piece).
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>>15286 This is what it looks like when loaded in Deluxe Paint. :) It's a pretty sweet program if you like making pixel art. There was also a DOS version. I think a lot of demoscene people like it. Now the closest thing is probably GrafX2 (if you don't want to emulate Amiga or DOS).
>>15286 >>15285 >>15284 >>15283 >>15282 It's amazing what people did with a limited color pallet and software that when compared to stuff we have now was horrible and lacking. Really cool artstyle tbh.
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This is an Amiga program for copying floppy disks. There was an Atari ST version also.
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This is one is famous, because it's one of the pieces that was used as a demo by Electronic Arts for their new program "Deluxe Paint" they released shortly after the Amiga was born (1985).
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>>15294 In 2018, someone in the demoscene made another artwork inspired by it for a much more limited computer: Amstrad CPC. He used some kind of hack to display 13 colors in mode 1, which is normally not possible (only 4 colors max is the norm for this graphics mode).
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>>15294 Someone also made a nighttime version by just changing the palette.
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Another Deluxe Paint demo from 1985.
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Wings of Death title screen on Atari ST. It's a vertical scrolling shoot'em up game.
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This is part of the background for the first stage of Unreal on the Amiga. This is a Ubi Soft game from 1990, so it's got nothing to do with the later FPS.
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Title screen for Tanglewood. It's a weird, obscure game that I should probably play someday.
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Moon Flowers, by Sharon Long for Amiga OCS lowres mode (320x256, 32 colors out of 4096 palette).
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>>15301 Another one by her.
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GAME OVER screen in Shadow of the Beast, by Psygnosis. This game has some sweet music too.
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>>15303 And this is the equivalent for the sequel.
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>>15303 while the game was booting from floppy, you got this cool screen to look at. Reflections was the name of the game developers (Psygnosis was their publisher).
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Title screen for Ports of Call. Always liked this one, even though I never played the game.
An animated scene from the game Centurion: Defender of Rome
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I think this is the CDTV "insert disc" screen. CDTV was basically an Amiga 500 in a fancy black case very similar to stereo equipment. It was a direct competitor to the Phillips CD-i. It's got a CDROM drive instead of a floppy drive, and a cool wireless black keyboard and mouse. This is one of the few Amiga computers I never got to touch.
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Scene from a game that was never finished.
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>>15311 Also
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Riding, by Iluvatar (Amiga OCS).
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The Godfather, stage 2 (bar) by US Gold, 1991. There are some pretty cool scenes in this action game.
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>>15314 Stage 4, Las Vegas
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>>15314 Stage 13, Urban.
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Archon II: Adept This is the art from the Amiga title screen. It's a really OLD action/strategy game that was popular on 8-bit platforms.
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Celtic Woman, drawn by Avril Harrison in 1988 with Deluxe Paint II (the DOS version).
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Stage 4 loading screen for Agony (Psygnosis, 1992). This is one of the few shoot'em up games I ever managed to finish on my Amiga 500 back in the day, without any cheats or trainers. Well I actually bought this game so it wouldn't have any of those anyway (only cracked versions came with trainers). I actually used to buy a good portion of my games back then, because I was in the military and lived on base, so had plenty of money (I didn't spend it on booze and whores like most other people). But when Commodore went out of business and the other cool home computer platforms also disapeared (Atari, Amstrad, etc.) then I stopped buying software altogether, and soon after that I stopped even caring about new PC games. I just don't find them interesting at all!
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Now here's some Amstrad CPC art. Like I said >>15295 it's not as capable as Amiga or Atari ST. It's an 8-bit platform with 4 MHz Z80 CPU, 64 to 128 KB of RAM. There are 3 official graphics modes: mode 0 (160x200, 16 colors) mode 1 (320x200, 4 colors) mode 2 (640x200, 2 colors) Hacking the CRTC can yield better results (and maybe games & demos do this), but by default that's what you get.
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>>15320 Title screen for an early Ubi Soft game. :)
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>>15326 This is the Atari ST title screen. I like the CPC version more tbh. They have different title music tracks, and they're both very good.
>>15327 >Ubisoft Kek
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This one's from Centerbase (reLINE 1992), a futuristic city simulator. The art is kinda weird and different.
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>>15330 same game
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Ah yeah, I've been looking for this one! It's a german text adventure, and I don't know enough of that language to play it. But it's the title screen that caught my eye. This is awesome! I mean there's just enough detail there to get the imagination flowing.
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>>15332 Another pic, a bit blurry. The other one seems too sharp though (obviously taken in an emulator without any kind of filter). I think the ideal would be somewhere in between these two, since CRTs of the era were more fuzzy than modern screens (especially the Commodore 1080-series monitors). Also it's called Colwyns Abenteuer, and is apparently based on the famous german tabletop RPG Das Shwarze Auge (The Dark Eye). I used to have some of those books (the french translation) when I was a teenager. It was a pretty good system.
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This is some kind of simulation game where you chase a girl. Never played it but the graphics look pretty sweet!
>>15335 >chase a girl >simulation choose one
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An intro screen from Erben der Erde (Inherit the Earth), which was originally only released in german on the Amiga. Apparently now there's an english translation on mega.nz or something.
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Explora (aka Chrono Quest) is a series of 3 french graphic adventure games packed full of nice scenes like this.
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>>15338 That was the Amiga version, here's a screen from the Atari ST port.
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Speaking of french games, Lankhor made some decent-looking text/graphic adventure games for Amstrad CPC, and this is one of those. For some reason the title screen seems like it could double as a rap cover album.
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Iron Lord, another good one by Ubi Soft. This is Amiga version, in english (Amstrad version is french only). Anyway, I'm going to sleep for now.
>>15341 hehhe Ubi soft more like ubi gay
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Cool title screen concept here.
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Atari ST version of Super Cauldron. I guess this must be the intro screen.
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Cityscape. Dunno where this is from.
>>15722 that looks comfy as hell
Title screen for The Diamond of Cursed Island, for the Oric-1. This computer was interesting because it had a display very similar to Teletext, but could also do very low res graphics limited to only 8 colors. Even so they manage to make very good use of those colors here.
>>15724 Other screen with sunset reflection and some dithering on tree.
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huzzah! lofi warriors will prevail!
You know Clinton and Trump were the Deep State candidates when the media played stories about Clinton and Trump 24/7 and ignored Gary Johnson unless he made a mistake.
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I think this is the best title screen of all the SSI Gold Box games. This is Amiga version.
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>>16569 Hillsfar is pretty good too.
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Many aeons into the future, the human race built a long tube that absorbed all of the rubbish that was generated by the planets in the system. However, one planet, T'ufo, is notorious for its dirtiness, and has sent a ship called Rath-tha to destroy the tube. You have to guide a spaceship along the tube, take it into outer space, and ultimately reach Rath-tha and blast it to smithereens.
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Found another one!
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Bonus pix!
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This one too!
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This one's kinda popular, I guess.
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Back when computers looked nice.
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Dude, you're getting a Dell!
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Do you believe in girls that believe in UFOs?
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This girl only believes in boats.
>>16915 I don't believe in anything
The original lofi art.
>>17412 if anything that's high-fi. Low for means low fidelity/low quality
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It's a program for making lo-fi art on Amstrad CPC. It's written in BASIC and a little bit of machine code. http://retropoke.canalblog.com/archives/2020/09/16/38524950.html
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Tintin on the moon!
... and peaceful place.
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Here we go!
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