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Everything posted by TimeGentleman

  1. Niiiiice. Wish that game had been successful enough for them to make Imperial Commando.
  2. Here's a link from March: https://www.bossfightstudio.com/2021/03/19/new-sammax/ (btw, it's actually Rubber Pants Commandos - you're getting your Lucasarts-adjacent properties mixed up!)
  3. I was previously blind, but now I am able to see that this is popping!
  4. I took a grab of the existing version for comparison: New scan: Let me know if I've messed up and this is unrepresentative somehow, Laser. But wow, even with any shortcomings of the scan/photo/repro techniques used, still a huge amount of extra detail!
  5. Fantastic! What do you mean by "the official poster", out of interest?
  6. Nice! (It just redirects to this thread, but I think that's probably the best way to do things, and it's nice to have the url back regardless.)
  7. Fair enough. Well, your Hit The Road arrangements are fantastic, so I hope the work continues!
  8. So there's no plan to fix or re-home it, then? Maybe a megathread on here like the one for the posters (the site for which is also gone) is in order? I see https://s-island.mixnmojo.com/ (linked in the SOMI secret history) is also gone!
  9. Hi all, http://soundtracks.mixnmojo.com/ - which Laserschwert still has linked in their sig and around the web - is down. Is this a known issue? Is there a different location now? I see the old url https://scummbar.com/mi2/ is still up...
  10. It's been a few weeks, is it possible to talk about now?
  11. The description says "tribute illustration for a cancelled project", so I suspect the project was a collection of tribute illustrations of different games, not an MI project. The Umeshu Lovers account also tweeted mocked-up concept art for a hypothetical Yoshi's Island remaster.
  12. Scans of almost every issue of Lucasarts' magazine The Adventurer: https://archive.org/details/lucasarts-the-adventurer--magazine-complete This probably isn't incredibly useful, but the reason I'm posting it here is that I realised that the cover of issue 8 is the source for that big Ben Throttle cutout that was talked about earlier. Personally I far prefer this cover image to the one used for the actual game packaging - I'd legit print and frame it if a cleaned up version was available. This also solves who the artist was - Peter Chan! I replied to Tim's Twitter thread about it to let him know, not sure if he'll ever see it though... (Issue 6 was the one that a friend brought back for me from a trip to America - I was very excited to see behind the scenes DOTT stuff and a Sam & Max comic - Surfin' The Highway hadn't reached my local comic shop yet!)
  13. Is anyone else not seeing any in-post images on these forums any more? I just see blank space, both in Chrome and Edge. Some I can click on to get the picture to open fine in a new tab, some if I right-click to open in a new tab I just get 'spacer.png'. I want to see the Hit The Road comparisons and the new DOTT crops!
  14. Well, I for one love the Hit The Road soundtrack! Anyway, not sure if this kind of thing is exactly what was intended for this thread, but here's something I did for Art October:
  15. Well done on all the new and improved stuff, Laserschwert (and contributors)! I'm pretty sure I've suggested this to you before somewhere on the internet, but you might want to consider the cropped framing of the DOTT poster from the original box - it's certainly the version that's stuck in my head!
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