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    Cool Atlas Videos in 1080p!

    Featuring retro gameplay footage tracked over Atlas Maps and exported in 1080p. It is a new and exciting way to watch your old favorites!

    I am currently producing these videos for NES, SNES, and Sega systems but expect to feature more classic consoles and handhelds in the future.

    You can find all of the videos on my YouTube channel: youtube.com/nesatlas

    And here's my current top 5 favorites:

    1. Zelda II (Great Palace)
    2. Sonic CD: Palmtree Panic (Zone 2)
    3. Adventures of Lolo (All Levels w/ Full Audio)
    4. Ecco the Dolphin (Undercaves)
    5. Wizards & Warriors (Castle Exterior)

    I am always open to suggestions too so let me know which games you'd like to see featured next!

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    Yup, I'm still making these

    I've had a lot of questions of how these are made so I'm working on a tutorial, but for now here's a quick time-lapse of an Atlas Video being made:

    NES Atlas: Making of (Time-Lapse)

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    What a great perspective, it really brings the games down to size and makes them seem so much smaller than they were, or I should say removes the illusion of them being bigger than they were, great work!
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    Yeah, I didn't even realize just how small Magnet Man's stage was in Mega Man 3. Love that you did one on Wizards & Warriors, considering how many people have forgotten about that franchise.

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    Longest Atlas Video just released:



    What do you think?

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    Fantastic job! I can tell you are improving - this must take a ton of work!

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    Love these videos. Always give them a Like on YouTube.

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