Dunebra rocks old school 8-bit graphics like it didn't go out of style!
Dunebra harkens back to the days of 8-bit gaming on the NES—when epic titles such as the gothic Castlevania pushed the limits both of hardware (causing graphics lag) and wetware (to the point of the dreaded rage-quit).
Dunebra was created on Autodesk Animator, a 2D computer animation and painting program published in 1989 for MS-DOS [also available in 1991 on early MacIntosh computers]. It was considered groundbreaking when initially released. Animator gave the ability to do frame-by-frame animation (creating each frame as an individual picture, much like Traditional animation). Animator was considered to be groundbreaking in the field of computer animation when it was initially released.Wiki