Live Better Call Saul interactively with retro style.
Better Call Saul is close to saying goodbye and definitively closing the Breaking Bad universe, so a creative fan wanted to pay tribute to him by recreating some of the best scenes from the Jimmy Mcgill series in the form of a classic Game Boy game, and the result is absolutely fantastic. An “old school” adventure that fits perfectly with the theme of the series.
Better Call Saul tells the story of Jimmy Mcgill’s transformation into brash lawyer Saul Goodman, while showing his present after the outcome of Breaking Bad. Six seasons in which Jimmy, Mike and company have experienced totally crazy situations that are now collected in the form of a Game Boy game.
Jimmy Mcgill attorney at law
It is a creation of Lumpy Touch and, as we can see in this video, it recreates some of the scenes from Better Call Saul in retro Game Boy style using various classical genres. For example, the first level is a platformer, then it goes to a sniper minigame and later on to a Punch Out scene between Jimmy Mcgill and Howard Hamlim. Any fan of the series would be willing to play something like this.
It is not the first creation of this style that Lumpy Touch has made, he previously made an adaptation of Morbius, but his talent never ceases to amaze when it comes to working with pixel art and capture the ideal aesthetic of each work, as in this Better Call Saul game for Game Boy. In the 2000s, when every blockbuster movie premiered with its video game adaptation under its arm, it would not have been as strange to see this Better Call Saul game, as that Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets of Game Boy Color.