This is a homebrew game, run on Gameboy Color. A game by: László Rajcsányi -  Wilds, 2023. Created with GB-Studio 2.0.0-beta5 by Chris Maltby! 

Also available for download in .CIA format for the Nintendo 3DS virtual console!

You have drifted with your spaceship into a galaxy full of hostile creatures. Your task is to navigate through the given tunnels in such a way as to avoid or destroy your enemies, while acquiring useful chips, which you can bring back to earth and use for the development of humanity.

After shooting every three enemies, one chip will appear. If you have collected enough chips, more tunnels and other creatures await.

Be careful, because the time is limited and unfortunately the chip can be damaged if your projectile hits it.

Good luck!


The game was not entered into any competition, because the idea is based on the Atari game called Turmoil. However, the TOP List included in the game is a recognition of the first 3 players of Gameboy Showdown 2023 (by Tronimal), whose three-letter abbreviation is included in the game.

SHN - Shin (What Friends are for)
AAG - AllAloneGamez (The Pact)
PIT - Playinstinct (My Friendly Little Island)

Thanks to Max Oakland for the music and PiiiXL for the graphics.

The title of the game was inspired by a Commodore16 demoscene team GOTU (big respect to them), which would have been my first team before my career if I hadn't created my own, the WLS.

Fire: A
Get the Chip:  B

Fire: Z
Get the Chip:  X

You can download the ROM file of the game from the WLS website!

Release date May 27, 2023
Rated 4.8 out of 5 stars
(4 total ratings)
AuthorRajcsányi László (WLS)
Made withGB Studio
TagsGame Boy, gameboy-color, gbc, nintendo, Retro, wls


Gods of the Universe GBC (WLS).cia 3 MB


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Will you make a gameboy ROM download? Right now it's only the CIA file and I can't hear game audio in my web browser


Hello. Thanks! You can download the game from in .gbc format.

Thank you!

Nice, fun mechanic, it’s quite original.

Yes, thank you very much, I think the mechanic goes well with the music.