These Vault Boy image tiles can be found in the game files for the Fallout demo, but they were not used in the final game because they were designed for GURPS style gameplay, of which Interplay lost the license to use
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The Fallout Demo is a freely downloadable and playable demonstration of Fallout. It was released...
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|current||20:01, March 18, 2011||700 × 1,521 (388 KB)||Itachou|
|19:09, March 18, 2011||700 × 1,521 (399 KB)||Itachou||Recheck from my knowledge and .dat file of the demo. Don't change me before sending a message on my talk page, some Vault Boy appear in the final version of the game but they are very minor and some people don't pay attention (like Vault Boy traits).|
|07:08, March 17, 2011||700 × 1,755 (326 KB)||Ghouly89||These Vault Boy image tiles can be found in the game files for the Fallout demo, but they were not used in the final game because they were designed for GURPS style gameplay, of which Interplay lost the license to use|