Logo for "Null Vector", an 80's action arcade game, coming to Steam
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It's an action/arcade video game with an 80's visual style coming out for Windows PC on Steam. In Null Vector, the player must survive challenging enemies in a randomly generated maze by collecting and assembling parts that merge to create a unique and powerful weapon. The target audience is anyone with a Windows PC (kids up to adults).
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I've attached some screenshots of the game (including the main menu arcade cabinet) for reference. There's also an image with 4 examples of classic 80's arcade logos I liked, however you don't have to follow these exactly... I'm thinking the logo should be a little modernized but with an old school 80's arcade vibe, perhaps. If you're feeling something else though I'm open to anything! The logo will be used for Null Vector's steam store page. Steam requires 4 "capsule" images with the smallest resolution being 231 x 87 and the largest resolution being 616 x 353, so the logo MUST be able to scale and be legible at these resolutions. It is very important that the logo "stands out", as it will be viewed in the steam store next to a list of other game's logos. You can visit the store page here (http://store.steampowered.com/tag/en/Indie/#p=0&tab=PopularNewReleases) to see an example of a list of games with their capsule images on steam.
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