From the early arcade to the Dreamcast era, Sega had a stable of first and second-party developers regularly producing vibrant genre-defining games, inventing and reinventing convention. Today that experimental spirit has largely died off, or been dialed down into tame sequels and re-releases of classic titles.

via TIGSource

Ripple Dot Zero is a platform video game heavily influenced by the aestethics of the 16-bit era(Sega Genesis and Super Nintendo) of the early 90′s. The game features 20 levels of running, bouncing, slashing and Gyro-Blade-throwing, featuring an original soundtrack of pure fm-funk. Ripple Dot Zero is a Collaboration between Simon Stalenhag and Tommy Salomonsson (collectively Pixeltruss).  You can play Ripple Dot Zero online for free HERE.

Also, check out more of Simon Stalenhag’s artwork HERE.


TGISource Interview:  Pixeltruss on Ripple Dot Zero

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