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Any locations remind you of a genre? [CLOSED]
StevemacQ Platinum Sparx Gems: 6533
#1 Posted: 15:21:54 24/09/2015 | Topic Creator
Is there any location out there that remind of any kind of genre or aesthetic design? A famous location or maybe the shape and perspective of your bathroom. For me, The Giant's Causeway's tall hexagon pillars is like a minimalistic sci-fi city, borderline-cyberpunk.

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https://www.flickr.com/photos/alphageek/20005235/
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SuperSpyroFan Diamond Sparx Gems: 9269
#2 Posted: 20:41:02 24/09/2015
That image reminds me of a world in Myst 3.
RaymanTwilight Blue Sparx Gems: 947
#3 Posted: 23:05:17 24/09/2015
oceans remind me of vaporwave.
sonicbrawler182 Platinum Sparx Gems: 7098
#4 Posted: 23:00:29 25/09/2015
The Giant's Causeway reminds me of Hollow Bastion in Kingdom Hearts 1. There are similarly shaped platforms in the lower areas.

Also it reminds me of Lava Mountain Zone in Sonic Lost World.
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TheFlyingSeal Diamond Sparx Gems: 8537
#5 Posted: 02:10:35 27/09/2015
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The Salar de Uyuni, the world's largest salt flat AND mirror, reminds me of philosophical or even magical realism/fantasy genre.
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sonicbrawler182 Platinum Sparx Gems: 7098
#6 Posted: 21:57:17 30/09/2015
Quote: TheFlyingSeal
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The Salar de Uyuni, the world's largest salt flat AND mirror, reminds me of philosophical or even magical realism/fantasy genre.



oh boy that also reminds me of a KH location

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Muffin Man Platinum Sparx Gems: 5445
#7 Posted: 06:08:09 09/10/2015
My bathroom reminds me of horror.
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QueenChrysalis Green Sparx Gems: 465
#8 Posted: 10:21:51 12/10/2015
I can't find a good pic to represent what I'm thinking of. But Dandenong, Victoria, is pretty electro-punky. The city is pretty old, so a lot of the buildings, even the ones still in operation, are very run down. And because about half the population is Chinese/Vietnamese, the streets are lined with Asian restaurants. Bizarre absence of any Asian text, though. Like, usually in a multi-lingual area, you'll have lots of signs written in 2 different languages. But Dandenong lacks these, just preferring to have everything written in english.
arceustheprime Ripto Gems: 5362
#9 Posted: 16:33:43 12/10/2015
^woah wasnt expecting a nearby place to be mentioned
dandenong ìs a really cool place, its a shame its not that safe
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