Even More Game Box art Box with a Sci-Fi Theme, again from the golden age of 16-bit Computer gaming, a time of more original, intelligent and visionary game concepts etc, etc. Anyway, Interphase was a first-person and top-down Action/Puzzle game that played like a prototype of “Descent” if anyone is familiar with that… The cyberpunk themed plot is based around jacking into a large corporation (The Dreamtrack Corporation) and doing the rounds and – as you do with games – putting a stop to there evil world domination plans.
Read more about it over at the excellent mobygames.com site click here.
More game box artwork, this time from 1990 ‘Blood Money’ produced for legendary UK software house Psygnosis, art by Peter Andrew Jones. Great moody character, that’s more reminiscent of Star Trek then Stars Wars (ie: a lot f*cking cooler) anyway love the tiny piggy eyes! The shot is ripped from the excellent Mobygames.com site, which is like imdb.com for computer games, well worth checking out if you are a gamer.
A slice of Retro Sci-Fi in the form of Video Game Box Art. Carrier Command was a real-time Arcade/Strategy game from the late Eighties and was pretty advanced in it’s day. Read more about it at Wikipedia.
Nowadays game box art often features renderings and compositions based upon models from the game itself, 20 years ago game graphics were much more primitive so covers were more suggestive of gameplay. This cover (US Version) depicts the game main features and works despite some pretty naff elements Helmet / Ships Lasers. Artist unknown sorry…
Costume Concept Art for the Ridley Scott Movie ‘Alien’ 1979 from French comic Artist Moebius AKA Jean Giraud.