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    Default GB Corp. a Game Boy game that detects the GB model you own and use it for gameplay

    Hi everyone,

    I'm pleased to announce that, after a successful Kickstarter, my Game Boy game GB Corp. is now available for sale to everyone.

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    First, there is beautiful physical edition published by Yastuna Games:

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    Then, you can also get the digital (ROM) version from here:

    And last but not least, as usual the digital (ROM) version of the games is a gift to all my supporters of the "free games" tier here on Patreon:

    The game is an idle management game that rewards you for playing it on several Game Boy models (DMG, GBP, GBC, SGB, GBA...). For more detail, The talented Nick from Retrobreak Youtube channel did an in-depth review of the game here:

    I hope you'll enjoy this quite unique game in the Game Boy library!

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    So I found this while looking through achievements sets on RetroAchievements (for the interested, link to set: and, uh. It's literally a clicker/idle hybrid for physical hardware. Kind of impressive, really. It's hard to describe if you've never played a game like it before, but it's mostly set up things that make you money and just wait for that to happen. Then use the money you just earned to change stuff already placed and add new stuff. Then wait for more money to roll in. Rinse, repeat. It's a zen genre, intended for the long play. Reminds me most specifically of WorkeMon.

    Digital version loses some of the charm due to how emulators work. 'Changing' systems is a pain in VBAdvance and the presence of built-in convenience features, such as 200x speed, kills the intended momentum. Still, cute, worth a play if you like such games.

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