The horizontal scrolling shooter Soul Force for Commodore 64 by writer and developer Sarah Jane Evory has finally made it to release. Recall that Sarah started working on it in May 2019, but the working title at the time was SlipStar.
And now, after a year and a half of development, the game has fallen into the hands of Protovision, which is publishing it both digitally and physically. The digital copy (https://www.protovision.games/shop/product_info.php?products_id=316&language=en) costs a hefty €8, and the cartridge version - from €45 to €63 depending on the package (in addition to the manual, audio CD and other bonuses there is even a puzzle in the form of a spaceship). Alas, there is no free variant yet.
Soul Force looks very cool (especially pleased with the complex parallax scrolling) and plays, presumably, no worse. Here are just the main features of this scrolling shooter:
If you want to take a closer look at the game before you buy, watch this video: