WO! Finaly :0 I ended doing fan animation for @therealjacksepticeye, I’m so pround of this! In first idea I wanted do fanart for “A normal lost phone”, how u can see, did not work. I hope someone gonna notice it
When the Super Nintendo was released in November of 1990, it had plenty of leeches that tried to feed off of it’s fame. Due to the lack of common “bootleg video games” knowledge back then, it was much more difficult to find and pin the illegal rip-offs that made tens of thousands from these off-brand games. One famous pretender featured a very odd graphical edit:
The “Rex” enemies (the blue dragons) had been replaced with, what appeared to be, bare naked women.
Why this particular sprite was used is unknown, but a common theory among the cult following this particular bootleg has accrued online is that they were not originally meant to appear in-game, and were originally an in-joke between whoever was developing it at the time.
Here is the song that is played in the first level in which these bare ladies appear. See if you can spot the difference!