Soulless: Ray of Hope is free at IndieGala


Another freebie launched today – IndieGala is giving away FREE DRM-free downloads of an indie puzzle platformer game Soulless: Ray of Hope for a limited time in the IndieGala Store!

Soulless: Ray of Hope is free at IndieGala

ABOUT THE GAME:

Follow the ray of hope in a world of darkening silhouettes as you help Elin save his friend and face his deepest fears.

Immerse yourself in Elin’s childlike wonder, and witness each new puzzle, secret, sin, or dilemma unfold to discover the truth behind this shadowy world.

Features:

  • Travel through beautiful handcrafted environments
  • Challenge yourself with intricate puzzles, cryptic bosses and refreshing gameplay
  • Confront the seven deadly sins, secrets, dilemmas and atmospheric perspectives
  • Explore this rich and mysterious world of silhouettes with an epic original soundtrack
  • Come back for more: with three different endings to uncover
  • Experience a deeply moving personal journey of hope…

Soulless: Ray of Hope has Mostly Positive user reviews, it usually costs $8.99 but will be available for free at IndieGala for limited time as a DRM-free download for Windows.

HOW TO GET THIS FREE GAME DOWNLOAD:

Just head over to IndieGala Store and select “add to your library”. Note that you must be logged in to do this. After you add it to your library you can download it from this page.

This is a DRM-free copy, which means you can download it, back it up and keep it forever without needing any clients such as Steam or Epic Games Store.


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