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Where the Wild Things Are   [2014]

Where the Wild Things Are Release Date :
4 March 2014

Type :
C64 Graphics  (HiRes)

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User rating:*********_  8.5/10 (19 votes)   See votestatistics

Credits :
Graphics .... onek

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Submitted by Jak T Rip on 22 March 2014
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Submitted by DonChaos on 15 March 2014
Great !
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Submitted by Dr.j on 5 March 2014
Great Screen
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Submitted by Bob on 5 March 2014
love the style
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Submitted by DKT on 5 March 2014
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Submitted by ϵʟʞ on 5 March 2014
I like your style very much! The original picture is nothing comparing to yours!
Only the right feet of the grey guy seems not perfect.. :) But then everything seems so cool!
Impossible image!
Great work!
Very nice!
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Submitted by CreaMD on 5 March 2014
Not this one Liberation Anal ?
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Submitted by Conrad on 5 March 2014
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Submitted by Romppainen on 5 March 2014
How many times that needs to be mentioned? XD
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Submitted by jailbird on 5 March 2014
Love the picture, but I think it was released in Liberation
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Submitted by Hammerfist on 5 March 2014
Reminded me of PETSCII too. I like the picture, but if it had been PETSCII I would've been really impressed. Should be doable though, a fair approximation anyway? Maybe I'll give it a go in the near future...
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Submitted by Motion on 4 March 2014
Released in Liberation, no?
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Submitted by Romppainen on 4 March 2014
And here's from where it all started, original by Maurice Sendak:

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Submitted by Twoflower on 4 March 2014
Yup, as Bepp points out - this one was featured in Liberation way back in 2012. Check it out if you haven't - loads of other great images there.
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Submitted by bepp on 4 March 2014
Hmm... I think we (Twoflower) already did this conversion... See Liberation. Nevertheless, ossom pic!
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Submitted by TheRyk on 4 March 2014
gfx: just wow & what shine said was my very first impression too.

daTABASErulez: SOMEone _should_ be credited, why not create an entry "Olek"/Graphician. I did the same when I ripped Amstrad gfx for Golden Times. Nitpickers might additionally credit Tom-Cat for Ripping (which implicitly includes Conversion here)
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Submitted by Tom-Cat on 4 March 2014
Ok, changed release to today. Please DO NOT add me as an author, I just changed a few pixels so it complied to hires standard and I was able to convert it...

Not sure if the author should be added or not. If any1 needs to then please do so.
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Submitted by celticdesign on 4 March 2014
Me likes.
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Submitted by iAN CooG on 4 March 2014
original author didn't make this, if anyone this should be credited to tom-cat and released today. /me nitpicks
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Submitted by MacGyver on 4 March 2014
If it was just converted/released as C64 executable, release date should be today. A screenshot it not a release.
Also someone (Tom-Cat) might want to add onek as a scener and credit him.
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Submitted by Conrad on 4 March 2014
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Submitted by Tom-Cat on 4 March 2014
I *just* uploaded it. After converting the picture on pixeljoint to c64 format. I left release date as it is on pixeljoint so it might seem older :)
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Submitted by Oswald on 4 March 2014
wow, quite underrated (no comments so far?) great style and execution. A bit more contrast maybe.
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Submitted by Shine on 4 March 2014
Somehow and i don't know why, i thought that this is true PETSCII!? :) Nice gfx btw. ;)
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Submitted by Tom-Cat on 4 March 2014
This is drawn by "Olek" from PixelJoint. He stated it was drawn with c64 8x8 2 colour limits, which is mostly true, but there were some places where that wasn't the case - the worst case was the hand of the right-most monster. I tried correcting those errors as much as I could - I think the picture is still worth it and now we can see it on a real c64. :)
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