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 PostPost subject: Scans of Ittle Dew 2+ Launch Edition Art for Nintendo Switch        Posted: Fri Nov 09, 2018 1:58 am 
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I recently came across a Epson Perfection V39 Scanner while thrifting the other day, and have replaced my previous scanner. I also came across a Launch Edition copy of Ittle Dew 2+ for the Nintendo Switch, and appreciated that it had such a great physical manual. I spent the better half of this afternoon scanning all of this in, and thought I'd share it with you!

I've scanned everything included with the game at 1200 DPI and have uploaded all those images as compressed PNGs, compiled the booklet into a single contained PDF, as well as included resized JPEGs for ease of viewing here on my MEGA account:

Ittle Dew 2+ Launch Edition (1.0) (11-14-2017) [Nintendo Switch]

Here's some samples as well:



The Nintendo Switch is the only console that received a physical release, but Ittle Dew 2 is also available on PS4, xBox One, and Steam. If you enjoy games like A Link to the Past, I recommend you check out the game, and support the developers by picking up a copy. Regardless, I hope you enjoy these scans. :D

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