Soulless – Steam Greenlight

Steam greenlight is a great place to find new games, and Soulless, by Frisky Fatal Games, is shaping up to be quite a competitor. In this game, you play as Elin, a cute little creature that is trying to save his friend in a magical, unknown world. As he fights his way through this world, he follows a light that shines brightly with hope. Soon, Elin notices that the only way he can save his friend is by battling his deepest fears, and the farther he travels into the world, the more the light of hope begins to fade.

The game is very vague in terms of storyline, which was intended by the developers of Soulless. They wanted the player to have full control over their own story. You follow the path of hope, but your reason for doing so is created by you as the game progresses. The game includes several small puzzles, an interactive world, and enemies that must be conquered. Are you willing to help Elin save his friend by battling the dark forces of the unknown? Check out the gameplay trailer of Soulless below to see some of the action for yourself!

As of right now, I haven’t had the chance to play Soulless personally, but I have seen their short trailer for the game. They have a funding project set up as well to help them out with production, which will be linked below along with their Twitter account and their website. The game looks like it has a lot of potential and a much more extensive article will be written up once I’m able to get my hands on a gameplay demo! Stay tuned for more information and be sure to check them out on Steam Greenlight!

Frisky Fatal Twitter: https://twitter.com/friskyfatal

Soulless Website and Gameplay Demo: http://soullessgame.friskyfatal.com/

Steam Greenlight Page: https://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=694662999

Funding Project for Soulless: https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/soulless-a-game-about-hope–2#/

Sheldon Perry (AS Unreal)

Sheldon Perry is just a new freelance writer on the scene with a passion for gaming and a desire to make it as a little fish in a big pond!

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