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Megaman X
I'm taking a break from the duct tape projects this month to upload some Perler Sprites from one of my favorite SNES games, Megaman X. First up is...

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Uploaded: May 1, 2013


This is the first boss you face in the game. He's also one of my favorites. I always loved his shoulder cannon and his Mech.
Next up is...

Uploaded: May 8, 2013

I thought this guy was 100% awesome when he first appeared on screen. He blows things up like it's nothing.
Plus he's red!
The next featured is a Maverick...

Uploaded: May 15, 2013

Chill Penguin is my favorite Maverick from Megaman X. Probably because his stage music is awesome and the dash boots are located here.
Plus he's a penguin!
Here's another Maverick:

Uploaded: May 22, 2013

This Sting Chameleon sprite was originally going to be a Storm Eagle sprite (since I like that Maverick better), but I got frustrated trying to figure out which colors to use and when I finally decided on a purple...I ran out. So I scrapped the sprite and made Sting Chameleon.
I like chameleons.


Uploaded: May 29, 2013

We're ending this month with the final boss from Megaman X... Spoiler alert I guess. I always had trouble with this guy when I was younger. Not sure why. Probably because I didn't realize he had a weakness to Electric Spark.
Love the beam saber though.


Uploaded: October 30, 2013

Here's Boomer Kuwanger in his traditional Perler sprite pose. Seriously, every picture I saw online featuring a perler sprite of this guy was in this pose. So might as well follow along.
In any case this guy was a nightmare to put together for some reason. I had a lot of issues ironing him. Hence why I'm featuring him in October!
Boomer was one of my favorites as a kid. I liked the way he warped around the room.



Uploaded: March 25, 2017

Man, I really need to clean up this page. Anyway, here are a bunch of sprites from Megaman X (The Zero sprite is technically from X2).
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