Can you imagine playing Elden Ring on a gameboy? Well, officially it is not possible, since FromSoftware and Bandai Namco have only published it on PS5, Xbox Series X/S, PS4, Xbox One and PC, for whatever reason, but a fan is going to solve the lack of specific version for the classic Nintendo laptop. In fact, he already is: Reddit user known as Shintendo is developing a port from Elden Ring for the first Game Boywhich is popularly known as a demake which, it ensures, will be fully functional with the original console.
“I’m doing a demake from Elden Ring for Game Boy! run on hardware real!“, explains Shintendo in the Reddit post in which he has made this curious project known. That message is accompanied by a video in which he has shown a part of the game he is creating, a very minimalist version of the new play by Hidetaka Miyazaki: our character is now a small Sprite in two dimensions that moves only up, down, right and left. Still, can fight, talk to NPCs and even roll (or croquette around the stage, depending on how you look at it).
At the end of May we will be able to visit the Necrolimbo on Game Boy
To develop this demake playable is using GBStudio 3.0an software that makes it easy to create games for the Game Boy and even allows you to export them to later run them on real consoles. As he explains, still you haven’t decided how big the project will bebut he does say he believes that finishing adapting the Necrolimbo, the initial part of Elden Ring, at the end of May. If you are interested in this peculiar project, we encourage you to follow its progress on Twitch, a platform on which Shintendo is recording the development with live broadcasts.
If instead you prefer the original version from Elden Ring, we remind you that our guide has everything you need to complete the game to the fullest and discover all its secrets and endings. And if you still don’t know why the new FromSoftware is causing so much commotion As to lead fans to do this kind of thing, we recommend that you read our analysis carefully.