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The Shadows Of Sergoth for the Commodore Amiga is now available for pre-order

The long wait is finally over, you can now pre-order The Shadows Of Sergoth, a dungeon crawler for the Commodore Amiga with 2Mb of chip ram.

It is based on the 2018 Amstrad CPC 6128 game by Christophe Petit & Kukulcan.

Story takes place in a medieval fantasy world, in a little kingdom called Chrisandia, in the south of the Marak peninsula. It is not very densely populated and it makes a living from the fishery and the trading with the northern countries. Its actual king, Orlof VI the doughty, is a member of a long dynasty of kings distinguished themselves during the conquests of the era of ashes. During the wars against the evil emperor Sul Rakin, the kingdom demonstrated a great courage despite the losses. The events in the game take place five years after the fall of the emperor, in the year 351 of the era of crystal.

Pre-order the your boxed edition on floppy, today !

Release is planned for Nov 13, 2021 and shipping will start around the end of November.

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Don’t Break The Balls boxed editions production delays explained

As you all know, Don’t Break The Balls for the Commodore 64 has been released recently and while we’re sure you’re enjoying this great game with the provided digital copy you got by purchasing the boxed edition, you’re eager to play it on the real media !
Nothing compares to the feeling of getting a brand new boxed game, open it for the first time and add it to your collection.

We are doing our best to get the boxed edition complete from all our different suppliers. It’s been a rough ride, but we’re very close to the end of this journey. We’re only waiting for floppy and cartridges stickers to be able to ship those editions, and we hope to receive the tape version in the next weeks.

Please check the picture below to see what the (almost complete) boxed edition looks like! Note that the opened cartridge is for showcasing only, it will – of course – be closed when you get it 🙂

It’s possible that covid put a delay on all this but we find some of the suppliers to be slower than usual.

Thanks a lot for your patience and support, and enjoy the game !