Super Smash Land is the creation of digital artist Dan Fornace, writes Piki Geek, an 8-bit de-creation that manages to squeeze good-natured mascot-on-mascot violence onto a d-pad and two buttons. It’s not actually made for the Game Boy – don’t fire up that emulator just yet – but an interpretation of how a Smash Bros game released in 1990 would look.
The de-make is being built by Fornace in Game Maker 7, so you’ll play it on your PC whenever (if ever) it’s released. Ultimately, four-player support is planned with appearances from Mario, Kirby, Link and Pikachu in the small roster.
This is Super Smash Land in action.