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NPPD Rush // Pixel portraits

NPPD Rush: The Milk of Ultra Violet now available for download

Hey, sir (or madam)! Have you been going through life without experiencing the joy of video games? No? Then, Mr Snow, I believe it is high time you stopped believing all that nonsense about games ‘rotting your brain’ or ‘wasting your life’. While this may be true, you are conveniently overlooking the positive aspects of such activities.

Railslave’s NPPD Rush: The Milk of Ultra Violet, released today, mightn’t necessarily be educational, but it does have a story to rival any random book you select from a library shelf. Except it is much better, for Illarterate has contributed to its graphical content! I’m not lying:

NPPD Rush // Pixel portraits

See, that portrait has the unmistakable Illarterate smell. If you want to see the others, you’ll have to buy the full game for the low, low price of £1.99 (300 Martian Maklaks)! If you tell ’em I sent you they might give you a free nut crusher. For crushing your monkey nuts, of course.

  • Find out more about Illarterate’s pixel portraits for this project here.
  • Download the game (£1.99) here.


I know nothing about art; as a rule, 'modern' graphic design does not appeal to me. I like to write in the first person because I do not want to be someone else.

Influences: public toilet cubicle drawings/slogans; WordArt posters in Market Street shop windows; Mega-Zine; bootleg vinyl artwork; Janne Suni; Pink Floyd; whoever is responsible for the Max Headroom hijacking incident; Collie, the Inept Reviewer.

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