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5 Retro Games with Amazing Art That You Need To See



Videos game with the high-level art form is accepted by the players. This is the golden age of gaming with a spectacular range of engaging experiences to match the taste of every player. The video games that are identified and recognized significantly by the art critics are the ones that are considered artistic.

The artistic games generally include visual novels and they create an independent art form in the industry of video games. Everyone loves art and therefore, artistic games have been able to acquire a prominent space in the heart of the players.

The game developers put in resources and big budgets to implement the creativity and technical skills in their games. This makes their product stand out in the crowd. Today, we are going to discuss some of the well-created games that deserve to be applauded for their work of art.

Best retro games with brilliant artwork

Here are some of the momentous retro games that are still now remembered for their aesthetic artwork and creativity. You can try out any of these and check it for yourself.

• Braid

This game was launched in 2008 and it is Jonathan Blow's much-celebrated game. It has inspired the gaming industry with artistic and holistic scenes that people had never witnessed before. Braid is a puzzle game that is amazingly well crafted and the groundworks were laid perfectly by the developers.

The visuals of the game are hand-drawn and therefore they seem to be realistic. They are flawlessly colored to match up the aesthetics. The soothing violin music in the background sets the bar up for the rest of the independent video game developers.

• Limbo

Limbo is a game that was loved by millions of people all over the world. The story revolves around a small boy who travels through the weird monochromatic world. The game was launched in 2010 and was highly praised by the people and critics.

The narrative interpretation and the minimal art style made it different from all the other games of that time. Limbo has set an example to prove that games could be artistic, rich, and possess atmospheric occurrences without the need for dialogue or color.

• Dear Esther

This game was released in the year 2012 and it is popular with its unearthly visual expertise. The player explores through the ghostly and uninhabited Scottish Hebridean Island. During the gameplay, he discovers new locations and keeps reading the letters that he has written for his wife Esther who is presumed to be dead.

The setting of the game has been applauded by critics for its detailed design. The perfect music composition, bold narrative, and sublime visuals made the game super artistic.

• Arcade

The retro game was released in 1992 and gained popularity quite instantly. The smoky arcades were filled with vintage cabinets that are scarred with cigarette burns and the floors were sticky with stale and cheap booze.

In the game, every piece of art is given special attention, which made it look realistic for the players. The game is all about teaching a friend how to do the dragon punch motion perfectly. You get to unlock Akuma and then lose half of your life bar. The game is filled with memories from past times.

• Super Mario 64

Everyone is in love with the adorable character of Mario. There would be hardly any player who has never played Mario games. This is yet another retro game that had become popular among the crowds. The game Super Mario 64 used 3D graphics to bring out the best possible cartoony aesthetic.

The video game was a praiseworthy art form and it was even featured in the “The Art of Video Games” exhibit at the “Smithsonian American Art Museum”. The intricate movement system of the game allows the speedrunners to express themselves.

If you are searching for the best artistic games, then you can check any of the ones mentioned here. You can play these artistic retro games on your computer with the help of ROMs download.

All the games will allow you to play on modern hardware. Playing the old time's games not only brings in nostalgia but is a great way to unwind yourself. When the art forms are attractive, the games keep you even more engaged throughout the gameplay.










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