Scott Pilgrim vs. The World: free pixel art

Did you know that the amazing pixel art in Scott Pilgrim vs. The World: The Game was done by Australian artist Paul Robertson? (Hint: If you’d read our review, you’d have a fair idea.)

If you played the game and loved it as much as we have, then you’ll be thrilled to know that Paul has generously shared some more of his artwork with the world – by isolating a whole bunch of animations from the game, just for you.

As he explains – Paul was lead animator on the project, creating all of the playable characters and strikers for Scott Pilgrim vs. The World: The Game, as well as most of the bosses and a few other bits of art here and here. He credits Jonathan Kim, Mariel Cartwright and Justin Cyr for their contributions, and Jonathan Lavigne for the game design and additional art, as well as Stephane Boutin who created the backgrounds and generally supervised the graphics side of things.

These tiny masterpieces are Paul’s work from the game for you to drool over:

(Psst: We’ve also snagged more of Paul’s pixel art, featuring sprites he created for Drawn to Life: The Next Chapter.)

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