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Trilby: The Art of Theft box art cover
By avatar LEGOslayer 42 on August 21st, 2009
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super-mega-hyper-sonic 40 [ 9 years ago ]

Looks like MJ lol.
Nice box.

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LEGOslayer 42 [ 9 years ago ]

My entry for the indie contest. Trilby: The Art of Theft by the evil mind of Ben "Yahtzee" Croshaw.

LINK TO GAME: link

Credits: Koopa's PB for temp and ESRB

UPDATE: all v2 is is just a some of the right side trimmed off so the box fits on the thumbnail pic better...

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billyman31 40 [ 9 years ago ]

wow this is really good.

do you know if we allowed W.I.P for our box?

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LEGOslayer 42 [ 9 years ago ]

#3
I don't see why you wouldn't be...

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LEGOslayer 42 [ 9 years ago ]

wow really? 98 views, 6 favs, 2 comments?

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Drakxxx 46 [ 9 years ago ]

I like it man. The game looks like one a SNES game for sure. I don't like the same render used on the front and the back, but I totally understand that there's probably no material for the game, and taken that into consideration you made what you had available really work.

I do like the shadowy figures on the front behind the logo as well.

Nice SNES box.

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Apollo 41 [ 9 years ago ]

Looking slick, dude. Didn't know Yahtzee made this

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Oddmania 40 [ 9 years ago ]

I didn't know this game at all, great box ^^

Looks-like an official box. Fav'd , and good luck for the contest ;)

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Sslaxx 1 [ 8 years ago ]

#7, Yahtzee is well known in the adventure game community for the Chzo Mythos games, which star Trilby. Check out games like "5 Days a Stranger" or "Trilby's Notes".

I like the way this looks! It'd have been fun to see it as a real SNES game, perhaps. As it is, it makes me want to play it. Got to say it all looks a bit pixellated; on the front of the box especially. Resizing it makes the 'A' in Art stand out especially on the back cover, too. Not sure if ESRB ratings existed when SNES games were available, either.

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