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Artist Recreates Pokémon Sun And Moon Starters With Over 14,000 Dominoes

Pokémon Sun and Moon released just a couple days ago, and shipped 10 million units, setting a new record for the 3DS. While it has only been out for a short period of time, YouTuber TheDominoKing has dedicated a video to the new title, using more than 14,000 dominoes to portray the game's starter Pokémon Rowlet, Litten, and Popplio.

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The new Pokémon installment takes place in the tropical region of Aloha, and it's also the game we're featuring in our next Game Club segment which will air on December 1. For more, check out our interview with series producer, director and composer Junichi Masuda where we asked all our burning questions. To see more of TheDominoKing's work, take a look at his tributes to Shovel Knight, Sonic, and Fallout.

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Artist Uses More Than 78,000 Dominoes In Amazing Wind Waker Tribute

YouTuber TheDominoKing, known for his domino works dedicated to pop-culture and video games, has published an incredibly detailed new video that pays tribute to Legend of Zelda: Wind Waker by using 78,175 dominoes.

The entire process took the artist three weeks. The domino set-ups are all edited together to give the illusion that it is one connected, long set-up, but that doesn't make the end result any less amazing. The video showcases several of Wind Waker's prominent characters and foes, such as Link, his younger sister Aryll, Tetra, Zelda, and Ganondorf.

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You can check out TheDominoKing's past works, which have paid tribute to titles such as Super Mario World, Undertale, and Sonic.

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Artist Uses More Than 78,000 Dominoes In Amazing Wind Waker Tribute

YouTuber TheDominoKing, known for his domino works dedicated to pop-culture and video games, has published an incredibly detailed new video that pays tribute to Legend of Zelda: Wind Waker by using 78,175 dominoes.

The entire process took the artist three weeks. The domino set-ups are all edited together to give the illusion that it is one connected, long set-up, but that doesn't make the end result any less amazing. The video showcases several of Wind Waker's prominent characters and foes, such as Link, his younger sister Aryll, Tetra, Zelda, and Ganondorf.

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You can check out TheDominoKing's past works, which have paid tribute to titles such as Super Mario World, Undertale, and Sonic.

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Artist Depicts Shovel Knight Using More Than 16,000 Dominoes

Using more than 16,000 dominoes and an immense amount of skill, YouTuber TheDominoKing has dedicated his newest project to Shovel Knight.

It took two days of hard work, which seems like a small amount of time to build something like this. In the YouTube video description, TheDominnoKing writes that he's "very proud of this setup" and that he's surprised he had enough shades of blue. You can watch the video for yourself below, which notably has an awesome rock rendition of tunes from Shovel Knight playing in the background.

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This is far from the first gaming-related domino art TheDominoKing has created. Past projects have been dedicated to Super Mario World, Fallout, and Sonic. Check out his YouTube channel for more.

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Artist Depicts Shovel Knight Using More Than 16,000 Dominoes

Using more than 16,000 dominoes and an immense amount of skill, YouTuber TheDominoKing has dedicated his newest project to Shovel Knight.

It took two days of hard work, which seems like a small amount of time to build something like this. In the YouTube video description, TheDominnoKing writes that he's "very proud of this setup" and that he's surprised he had enough shades of blue. You can watch the video for yourself below, which notably has an awesome rock rendition of tunes from Shovel Knight playing in the background.

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This is far from the first gaming-related domino art TheDominoKing has created. Past projects have been dedicated to Super Mario World, Fallout, and Sonic. Check out his YouTube channel for more.

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Artist Imagines What A Zelda: Ocarina Of Time Movie Trailer From Studio Ghibli Might Look Like

Back in 2015, artist Matt Vince put together a series faux movie posters imagining a Studio Ghibli take on The Legend of Zelda. Vince took things a step forward recently, by creating a trailer for his Ghibli Zelda movie.

You can check out the video below which marries Vince's art with a solemn, piano rendition of some familiar Zelda music. Its resemblance to a Ghibil movie, (Spirited Away, Princess Mononoke) really is uncanny. Zelda is a franchise I don't know that I ever actually want to see adapted into a film, but if it were to be done, I think I would be happy if it looked like this.

For more from Vince, you can check out his Tumblr page here.

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