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That's a good picture. Thanks for that. :) --Jtalledo(talk) 23:57, 29 October 2012 (UTC)
While File:Passage 3 by Jason Rohrer screenshot.png doesn't work well on its own (kind of ugly and not self-descriptive), another scene from Passage (in PD) could be apropos. I can see how it may be problematic to feature any one game in this box, but an "art game" screenshot seems like an amicable and descriptive solution, and Passage has clout as a well-known "art game" collected by MoMA (also fits the horizontal orientation of this template). Other options would be the usual WP video game icon with an art icon, or one of these free use images: File:Testament of SH - Sketch & 3D model Opium Den.png (alt) (perhaps split to show half concept art and half 3D modeling), File:The art of video games exhibition crowd.jpg (exhibit view, should be fine with copyright, though relatively low-quality), facial expressions from exhibit (could work very well if cropped and cleared for copyright). Anyway, some thoughts czar·· 19:04, 2 August 2013 (UTC)
Anything but the Passage screenshot or another screenshot of just one game. The Art and Video Games category shouldn't be defined by a single game alone. --Jtalledo(talk) 11:58, 3 August 2013 (UTC)