EA NHL 16-Bit Figurines

EA NHL 16-bit figurines

When I was a kid I used to own the Wayne Gretzky Overtime table hockey set. Every hockey player, including those that came with the table, came with a little stand so you can display them when they’re not affixed to the table.*

I mention these table hockey players because they were small and fun to collect (and even customize). I’m hoping that one day a similar approach could be taken with NHL players from the EA 16-bit era (NHL Hockey 92, NHLPA 93, NHL 94 – NHL 97). These small figurines would be a blast to collect.

*These stands were great because you can snap them together to make a big team stand. A similar approach could be used for the EA figurines too.

9 thoughts on “EA NHL 16-Bit Figurines

  1. I like the jerky 16-bit-computer-esque spinning GIF renders 🙂 takes me back somewhat.

    Though the kid inside me wonders what fancy code you used to be able to get enough colours on-screen at once to be able to do light sourced shading and to make it run that quick with so many shaded surfaces in play.

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