Ever heard of Tim Stamper? He co-founded Rare, retired, then re-entered the gaming industry last year as the head of mobile developer FortuneFish. More importantly, he directed Donkey Kong Country for the SNES. Earlier this morning, Stamper revealed photos of the computer that created the original demo graphics for Donkey Kong Country.
This computer didn’t launch a man, it launched an ape into the world of Super CGI pic.twitter.com/RQZgjEDitI
— Tim Stamper (@InTimsWorld) July 2, 2015
Did you rescue DK's bananas when Nintendo first published the sidescrolling epic in 1994? Or did you wait for the Game Boy Advance remake before taking on King K. Rool? Let us know in the comments.