This is a homebrought game, run on Gameboy Pocket. Original version: Ian Davison - Tynesoft Computer Software, Commodore 16/Plus4, 1984. Created with GB-Studio 2.0.0-beta5!

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

Your mission is fly a helicopter from the Heli-pad on an Oil Rig and patrol the surrounding oil fields. If you have been unable to re-fuel, you will crash into the sea. To re-fuel (fuel and bombs) you land on any of the Heli-pads where an attendant will fill you up before take off. At any time in the game an enemy submarine can appear firing deadly torpedoes. To safeguard your rig you must fly over the submarine and drop your bombs, avoiding his missiles.

Start the gameStart
Move: Cursor Keys
Drop bombs: A

Start the game: Enter
Move: Arrow Keys
Drop bombs: Z or Alt

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

Release date Jul 01, 2021
Rated 4.5 out of 5 stars
(4 total ratings)
AuthorRajcsányi László (WLS)
Made withGB Studio
Tagsattack, c16, commodore, Game Boy, gb, gb-studio, lacoste, nintendo, Retro, tynesoft


Rig Attack GB (WLS).cia 3 MB


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This appears to be a dualboot title rather than strictly DMG.

Playing on GBC (or certain emulators) loads the green palette seen in these screenshots, disabling the ability to select palette via button combinations on startup.

Plays fine and am impressed by all of these ports. Just thought it was worth highlighting this quirk.

Thank you very much for your comment. On which emulator did you experience this?

A couple. OpenEmu on Mac (Gambatte core). KiGB standalone on Mac.

On the later you can toggle whether to emulate in GBC mode or not. When I turn it off I get the expected behaviour.