Here’s yet another bunch of Nintendo DS boxes I made for some of my games, and this time I had a spare one when done. They turned out nice in my opinion, and I made some on my own since they weren’t available on The Cover Project.
I decided to ditch the idea using VHS cases for my games as they:
1) Turned out pretty badly
2) Take too much space compared to the Nintendo DS cases
3) The main reason I got the DS cases was to showcase and not lose my smaller games
As this game isn’t as common they didn’t have covers for it. I made one myself from pictures someone had taken from his/her own box which turned out decently, and even though I did all I could with Photoshop magic the back of the box turned blurry (as the photo was blurry). I decided to go for it anyways, and now I have all 3 games boxed. This is as close to the retail cover I could get, and I really like the small Knight Donald I put there on the spine.
This is a case made for the Gameboy version of the game using the box for the Gameboy Color. Again, this game wasn’t available. I also made a cover for the GBC version to have just because, in case it’d come in handy. You could say that the GBC version would be the retail version, but not the GB one as that’d be considered custom. And you wouldn’t as nice colors playing the GB game on a GBC as the back suggests… he he!
Though not the best game ever made, and not the best port either, I really enjoyed this game as my first own game. I found scans online which I compiled into this pretty little thing. The challenge was here to retouch the image to remove scabby marks and to add that little insert over the Gameboy logo which says “Arcade Classics 4”.
And here’s one for Solomon’s Club, which wasn’t available either at that site. The front is a scan of the front of the original box, and the back was from someone’s collection, still wrapped in plastic.
This one I made all on my own, completely custom!
Everything is completely custom bar the game text which I took from the back of the Who Framed Roger Rabbit game for the NES. The spine sports Roger Rabbit, it’s the same image as from the back of the case.
The Nintendo Seal of Quality, Capcom USA, Who Framed Roger Rabbit logo, Nintendo and the Game Boy Game Pak logo are all added by me on an image I found that resembled the original cover.
And here’s the back of the case where I added the Roger Rabbit logo, and a custom background behind it. I chose colors to compliment the ones on the front and then two screenshots where I added some text of my own. I didn’t add a barcode as I wanted to distinguish this one as being completely made by myself (bar that text thingie from the NES game).