Psytronik Software in association with ICON 64 are very proud to present SOULLESS 2 - THE ARMOUR OF GODS. This is the long awaited sequel to the original smash hit C64 release SOULLESS. The game continues the story of King Rizek as he embarks on a quest to find the mighty ARMOUR OF GODS before it falls into the hands of the evil wizard Kalen.
SOULLESS 2 - THE ARMOUR GODS will be available to buy as a COLLECTOR' S EDITION in a stunning full colour printed glossy box that contains the C64 game on 5.25" floppy disk with fantastic artwork by Trevor Storey.
A Premium+ disk edition, Budget disk version and Clamshell USB version of the game will also be available.
[Additional SOULLESS 2 items will also be available to buy separately].
** STORY **
Many years have passed since the evil wizard Kalen betrayed king Rizek.
Kalen fled the lands and for decades the king has tried
to recover from his past, but those dark times are always
with him. Memories of the beast remain and the nightmares
Long before the reign of Rizek a great army of light invaded
the lands to the north. The army had powerful weapons and smashed
all that stood in its way. The most powerful weapon of all was the
great ARMOUR OF GODS. This endowed those who wore it the
weapon of the sun and the ability to fly.
All but two of the great weapons were rumoured to have
been destroyed but now whispers have it that Kalen the wizard
may have discovered the whereabouts of the armour.
If he manages to acquire the armour the reign of king Rizek will once
more be under threat, a threat more dangerous than any before.
With revenge in his heart and the future of his lands at stake
the great king sets off on another adventure.
** FEATURES **
· Beautifully animated intro
· Four massive levels to explore
· Hidden rooms to find
· Upgrade your player with weapons and armour
· Stunning detailed backgrounds
· Atmospheric soundtracks
· TheC64 Mini + Maxi compatible
** CREDITS **
Programming by Georg Rottensteiner
Art and concept by Trevor Storey
Music and SFX by Saul Cross
Inlay art by Trevor Storey
Additional packaging design by Kenz
C64 Easyflash cartridge version by Mike Robertson