What If LucasArts Had Made A Buffy Point-And-Click Video Game?

Imagine if Buffy the Vampire Slayer had become a puzzle-solving video game in the vein of Maniac Mansion or Day of the Tentacle. Artist Andrew Scaife gives us screencaps from that imaginary game, placing us in a pixellated version of Sunnydale.

Each of Scaife's "screencaps" represents a different Buffy episode. Up top is "Welcome to the Hellmouth," and below you can see the Bronze in "Inca Girl" and Buffy facing the Gentlemen from "Hush." Head over to his Tumblr for more of these images, and if you happen to be at the Bristol Comic Expo this weekend, he'll be selling prints. Now why can't this be a real game?

Buffy the Vampire Slayer as a LucasArts point and click adventure game [Andrew Scaife via Whedonesque]

What If LucasArts Had Made A Buffy Point-And-Click Video Game?

What If LucasArts Had Made A Buffy Point-And-Click Video Game?