Preorders open 9am UK time on the 13th November.
Bitmap Soft has teamed up with Badger Punch Games once more, this time to release Rogue 64, a wonderful roguelike game for your C64.
All ordered will be shipping During the Feative period and some people may not get their copy until Jan 2022, please only order if this is ok.
This superb Deluxe Edition – C64 Cartridge is presented in a professionally produced box.
Contains the following items:
Professionally produced Bigbox
Rogue64 game on Cartridge.
Glossy A4 single-sided poster.
*Digital Download will be made available to those that purchase the game once it has shipped in order to protect the ROM*
You are Zendar the Explorer, a grizzled and harried adventurer seeking fortune and glory within the dungeons of Mordecoom! The old myths whisper of a fabled artifact hidden deep within this most treacherous and hallowed of places, this darkest of dungeons filled with unspeakable horrors and gibbering terrors. Naturally, you must have it!!
The many evils lurking around every corner of this cube-like tentacle terror maze that you’ll be forced to visit pain and slayage upon are just an added bonus!
As the old song goes:
From battle I’ve come
And to battles I stride.
I sit in the shadow, before the dark gate,
I hone my dark blade, its bloodlust I’ll sate.
I quaff my last(ish) ale,
Muscle, bone, and steel prevail!
I rise with the moon and stride towards doom,
Onward and downward, to the depths of Mordecoom!
Rogue64 is a modern roguelike designed and developed for the Commodore 64. Every play of the game is a unique experience with procedurally generated levels. As you progress through the dungeon, you will meet ever-more challenging monsters and more monstrous challenges! Reach the end, however, and there are wondrous rewards to be claimed and vast fortunes to be made! On your harrowing journey through Mordecoom you will encounter a rich tapestry of terrifying monsters.
Programming: Ricki Sickenger
Graphics & Box Design: Henning Ludvigsen
Music and sound: Sami Louko
Cartridge PCB Production: Richard Buffing