Here's the packaging from the original game.
Let's get back to why we're here. The post from Freddy in Space... It went something like this....
Have fun turning this into a figure, NECA - N.E.C.A!
I laughed, and then I started thinking about this. You know, maybe NECA can't handle something of this abstraction. This kind of abstraction is reserved for the insane. The bored. The obsessive compulsive. The neurotic. ... ME.
I took up the task of creating my own version of Michael Myers as featured in the Atari game. I did not use resin or other poured or molded plastic. I used Legos.
Eat your heart out, NECA - N.E.C.A!!!
My little girl helped out tremendously by supplying various Star Wars, Harry Potter, Friends and Scary Lego sets. I also consulted her as we went along to make sure my slight modifications to the design were in keeping with the spirit of the toy design. I wanted to make sure it would be fun to play with. It isn't. It falls apart easily. She also said that she was scared to keep it in her room. Is that the Boogeyman? As a matter of fact... IT IS!
|Here's 8-Bit Michael Myers with Background|
|This is what the game looked like. Think you can play this on X-Box Live?|