Saljack Enterprises

Saljack Enterprises is a woman owned digital entertainment company. We are engaged in partnerships with innovative and creative talent around the world.

Hola! Here is a preview of yet another Project-X villain: The Hooligan. These are your standard yet fearless adversaries; they are countless in number, appear out of nowhere, and consistently fight to overcome our champions. More about them later. As always, your feedback is precious to us so, please leave a remark here or send us your …

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Hi! Our art department today released a preview of Project-X Villain Karl. Coming soon are background stories of the villains and more villain art concepts. As always your feedback is precious to us so, please leave a remark here or send us your comments to artteam@saljackenterprises.com. Talk to you soon! DISCLAIMER: THIS IS A WORK OF FICTION. NAMES, …

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Hello again! Our art department today released a preview of Project-X Villain The Hasenpfeffer. This character is The Professor’s and Dr. Zu’s experiment gone wrong… or did it? More information will follow soon. As always your feedback is precious to us so, please leave a remark on the blog or send us your comments to artteam@saljackenterprises.com. …

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I received these updated pictures of the Project-X Championess Iurasia from the team. Are these an improvement from the last preview? We love delivering quality so your feedback is valuable to us. Please leave a remark here or send us your comments to artteam@saljackenterprises.com. See you soon! DISCLAIMER: THIS IS A WORK OF FICTION. NAMES, CHARACTERS, BUSINESSES, …

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Our art team just now issued a preliminary 3D preview of the Project-X champion Briiana. The model is a work in progress. Your feedback is precious to us so, please leave a remark on the blog or send us your comments to artteam@saljackenterprises.com. More information to follow soon. DISCLAIMER: THIS IS A WORK OF FICTION. NAMES, …

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This article was published from my tablet, and the text had mysteriously disappeared, so I had to come back and edit it from the laptop. Most likely an error on my part because my finger hit the wrong button. Yes, I have tiny hands and I apologize for any inconvenience caused. Here is a preview …

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