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  1. 'Jelly Jellies' Released At Last!

    Hey, everyone! Some weeks ago, I shared the trailer for Jelly Jellies, a mobile game project I animated for. The game has finally been released globally, so if you were hyped to save the ocean in this exciting match 3 adventure, you can finally dive right in (if you'll excuse the pun). The game is free (although I will be transparent like a jellyfish and note that there are in-app purchases) and can be played on both Android and iPhone. You can find the Android version here: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.primalstudios.jellyjellies And you can find the iOS version here: https://itunes.apple.com/app/jelly-jellies/id1340396816 Can you save the ocean from the evil jellyfish? We're a small team, so feedback is appreciated! And if you happen to like it, it would mean the world to us if you shared the game with your friends and maybe even posted a review.
  2. 'Jelly Jellies' Mobile Game

    Hey everyone! A huge project I've been working on for over a year has finally been revealed to the public. It's called Jelly Jellies, and I'm the team's animator. Jelly Jellies is a mobile game in the match 3 genre, but it surpasses the competition with better visuals, better story and most importantly, unique features. I'm so excited to finally show you the reveal trailer: Jelly Jellies Reveal Trailer Please let me know what you think. Do the characters and atmosphere appeal to you?
  3. Stages of Human Life

    Hey, everyone. I recently got commissioned to create 8 vector characters for a card game - each of them had to represent one of the stages of human life, starting from baby and going all the way up to elder. I've added the illustration to the projects page on my website, please check it out and tell me which are your favorites: http://www.arjendehaan.com/games--projects.html
  4. Rakuen

    I recently played an adventure/puzzle game called Rakuen and it really touched my heart. It's about a boy who has to stay at a hospital, but his mother comes to visit him and leads him to a magical world using a storybook. The creator is Laura Shigihara, who did music for Plants vs. Zombies and To the Moon. I particularly loved the music: The game is on sale on Steam right now, so I'd give it a look: https://store.steampowered.com/app/559210/Rakuen/ You won't be disappointed!
  5. A Hat in Time

    I recently played 'A Hat in Time', a game that harkens back to the 'collectathon' platformers of yore. It's an uncommon example of a Kickstarter project gone right, and I really enjoyed almost everything about it. One thing I thought was really amazing was that the lead artist on the team made a unique splash screen for almost every single mission in every level, each with its own distinct atmosphere. It always makes me really happy to see this level of dedication - beautiful illustrations like these really get you hyped to experience the story behind them. If you're interested, the amazing artist behind these is https://twitter.com/cyanatar, although I don't know if she uses ArtByte. What are some beautiful splash screens or illustrations you've seen in games?
  6. The Dark Mooonooolith

    From the album Mysteries oof the Wooorld

    *** ArtByte account: AVkKEn52GeazLPAatEDBWpsDYxuGYX37aa *** That is my first Oil painting, please let me know your opinion about it.... ...it is concerning this ancient passage, see as follow: <(O)> The Dark Mooonooolith <(O)> ~ "No eye has seen, no ear has heard, no heart has imagined... what the Dark Monolith has prepared for those who love Him." ~ - Ancient Hidden Scripture (The Hidden One) Oil painting on panel 40x80x5cm By Rufus Jhonson http://xxxkull.com/ http://rufusjhonson.com/ https://www.instagram.com/rufus.jhonson/ https://www.facebook.com/rufus.jhonson/
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