Soulless - New Commodore 64 Homebrew Release Now Available

Soulless-New-Commodore-64-Homebrew-Release-Now-AvailableYet another homebrew title has hit the Commodore 64! Soulless is a brand new exploratory platformer in a similar style to that of Metroid, featuring countless corridors and chasms to explore. The new release has just been made available to purchase both digitally and on a stylish LED illuminated purple transparent cartridge.

Soulless is a title which puts you in control of a betrayed King who has unfortunately been entrapped and transformed into a beast. You must collect the various soul-stones hidden across the huge underworld in hopes of transforming back into a human. These hard to find soul-stones must then be arranged in the correct sequence at the top of the game's world- something easier said than done. The world is not only flooded with traps and enemies, but every play is made harder by the randomised locations of the priceless soul-stones.

The collaborative efforts of Commodore 64 cartridge extraordinaire RGCD and the homebrew publishers Psytronik have managed to immortalise the efforts by developers Georg Rottensteiner and Trevor Storey, providing a worthy distribution for Soulless. The future classic can be had for just £28, including a two printed soul-stone sheets, an A3 map and poster, stickers, a accompanying CD containing 600MB of bonus material and even a 16 page instruction booklet dressed up as a comic.

Soulless (Commodore 64 Homebrew) Gameplay Video

Link: Buy Soulless (Commodore 64) From RGCD


Last Updated ( 03 June 2012 )  

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(Link to this comment) Lord_Santa 2012-06-04 13:39
seems to have a very "Impossible Mission" feel to it, which certainly is not a bad thing
it almost brings a tear to my eye, seeing the Commodore 64 getting so much love these days
the demo-scene is still huge, and there are games coming out on a yearly basis
the effort put behind this game, not only in terms of the game itself, but all the accompanying "stuff" (manual, map, etc) is truly a statement that the C-64 is very much alive and kicking!
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