Gods [GBA – Cancelled]

Gods [GBA – Cancelled]

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Gods was originally released some 11 years ago on numerous formats. Our lasting memory of it has little to do with the game itself, just that the main character walked in a very stompy manner. Originally developed by The Bitmap Brothers, handheld-loving Crawfish was coding the Game Boy Advance title. It featured all new levels, but the original levels were available upon completion of the game, however.

Gods for the GBA was around 60% completed, but after Crawfish wound up there was a possibility of the development going through, but with no publisher interest, and therefore no more funds, the game was abandoned. There were also discussions further down the track about a DS version of Gods, though this also failed to gain publisher backing.

Thanks to rodent for the contribution!

Thanks to Matt Gander from www.gamesasylum.com for the help!

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6 thoughts on “Gods [GBA – Cancelled]

  1. atarix

    Yes, game was cancelled and unreleased.
    Also another Bitmap Brothers title CHAOS ENGINE was in development by Crawfish for GBA, but it was cancelled and unreleased too.

  2. rodent

    Also in development at the same time was Magic Pockets. Gods was around 60% completed, MP around 15%, and CE under 10%. After Crawfish wound up there was a possibility of the development going through, but with no publisher interest, and therefore no more funds, the games were abandoned. There were also discussions further down the track about a DS version of Gods, though this also failed to gain publisher backing.

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