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    Art Alive

    Game » consists of 3 releases. Released 1991

    An art creation program developed for the Sega Genesis, it features tools to create animations and static images and includes stamps for a few famous Sega characters.

    Short summary describing this game.

    Art Alive last edited by Mento on 10/21/19 02:29PM View full history


    Art Alive is a rudimentary paint and animation tool exclusive to the Sega Genesis. It was developed by a pair of companies that would later go on to create Videomation and Color a Dinosaur for the NES.

    Players can craft their artwork using a blank canvas, or draw in one of the game's default background images as a basis. They can also use the default stamps/animations or create their own, the latter using four frames of animation the player can edit. It even allows a player to color a dinosaur, if they so choose.


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