Me too! ^^ To be honest, I don't know how did I come up with the idea of drawing these pictures ... I mean it was fun doing all the research on the uniforms and such, but the basic idea is just plain weird. I'm glad you like it though. C:
Ha ha, I know! Me too, why aren't there any humouros wargames anyway?
I'd like something along the lines of being cartoony like an old game called Monkey Island. If you don't know it, you can always Google for pics to see the style. That might work brilliantly with your guys here.
That's a good question! I guess game developers really want to hammer this "war is bad, don't do it" message into the heads of gamers, so they make "realistic" war games ... where players get achievements for killing as many people as possible. Kinda ironic. The only new comedic war games I've seen are Team Fortress and Battlefield heroes, but they have no campaign whatsoever.
Of course I remember that series! Though I've played with the first three parts only, as the 3D-ones weren't that great ... We had every single LucasArts point-n-click adventure game back then. ^^
Oh, I'm not sure about continuing this picture series ... Maybe if it gets more public attention. Thanks for the tip anyway!
Yes, maybe .. on the other hand, these super-realistic wargames might possible trigger an interest in war and killing much like some skeptics fear. I've played some of the more recent ones like Battlefield and Call of duty and they are very violent. Fun, but violent.
I've heard of Team Fortress but I've never played it myself.
Ha ha, I've only played one game I think, the first, but it was really very different from anything I'd played at that point. I'm still playing one of my teenage favourite games, Tomb Raider though. I don't know how many games I have right now, six? Seven? I'm just playing one of them on my Xbox right now. They're very tricky and annoying, he he, but that's why I like them.
It's a shame if you don't, they were great and hilarious.