To celebrate the first anniversary from Disco Elysium, a fan remade the first part of the game in the style of the original Nintendo Game Boy. The port can be played for free online on a desktop or mobile, but of course, the best way to celebrate it. 'occasion is joworking on a real Game Boy, which you can do by downloading the ROM and loading it onto a flash cartridge.
While you may not be able to play the whole game, the unofficial The Boy Port lets you pick an archetype and walk through a shortened, unvoiced version of the opening and closing sequence. the game section, with slightly shortened dialogue, tailored dice-rolling mechanics, and intuitive arrow key controls. It might make you want to go back and play Disco Elysium again, but is it really such a bad thing? After all, we ranked it among the best games of 2019 .
Developed by Colin Brannan with GB Studio , the original art the design here is amazing, making one of the most acclaimed games of the last year something that came from the beginning of the 90s. It's also a testament to ZA / UM's indie 2019 sweetheart that it's still a very compelling creative experience when tailored to the limits of the original Game Boy material. In fact, in some ways, playing on an 8-bit black-and-green screen really sells the murky, disorienting hangover you get the start of the game.
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