If you ever felt those old 90s video games were missing a good Australian level, you're in for a eight-bit trip down memory lane.
Canberran Elliot Schultz, 24, designed a video game based on the bush capital after coming home over Christmas from Sydney and being hit by a wave of nostalgia.
"I don't know what it was about the Gameboy aesthetic, it seemed to be the perfect way to do something about Canberra," Mr Schultz said.
Inspired by old Gameboy classics like The Legend of Zelda and Pokemon, Schultz decided he wanted to make his own video game and began programming an old game cartridge.
"Obviously the whole point of those games is you're free to roam the world," Mr Schultz said.
"Nothing of that period was sort of set in Australia."
"I wanted that aspect of it because that would give you an opportunity to see different parts of Canberra."
It's not even in it's beta stage yet, Mr Schultz said, but videos and stills of the game on Instagram show he's realised the iconic Canberra bus stop, as well as other elements of Australiana like the hills hoist clothesline.
"Everyone kind of knows the bus stop is a bit of an icon, and I think that really got people thinking and offering what other landmarks might be very Canberran," Mr Schultz said.
Suggestions on Instagram from other users included boss battles around the Black Mountain Tower, digitising the Kambah village sheep, dodging kangaroos on the street or even catching politicians and making them battle.
Mr Schultz grew up in Curtin and the game features Gameboy versions of the suburb's red brick houses.
"I think I put in a station wagon because my family only had a station wagon," he said.
Mr Schultz said he spent two to three hours a night on the game and had no major plans for it yet but would keep developing the digital world.