Don Bluth Talks Dragon's Lair's Legacy And The Lost Art Of Hand-Drawn Animation


Posted March 16, 2011 - By Jake Gaskill

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Legendary animator Don Bluth is…well, a legend. His hand help create some of the most acclaimed and beloved Disney films of all time (Robin Hood, The Sword and the Stone, The Jungle Book, to name a few), but he’s perhaps best known in gaming circles for his work on the arcade classic Dragon’s Lair, which has been released on pretty much every gaming platform imaginable since its release in the early 1980s.

Last year, Bluth founded his own development company, Square One Studios, which today released its first title, Tapper World Tour, an iOS reinterpretation of the arcade hit Tapper. We saw the game a few weeks back at GDC, and you can check out our preview for all the details. We also had a chance to sit down with Mr. Bluth at that time as well to talk about the legacy of Dragon’s Lair, his creative philosophies, and the lost art of hand-drawn animation.

Tapper World Tour Interview With Don Bluth »

Don Bluth Talks Dragon's Lair's Legacy And The Lost Art Of Hand-Drawn Animation


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