Souls in the System

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Souls in the System
Developer(s) Terminal Sunset
Publisher(s) StarPlay
Designer(s) Ravi Mehta
Platform(s) Macintosh
Release date(s) 1996
Genre(s) Scrolling shooter
Mode(s) Single Player, Multiplayer
Distribution CD

Souls in the System is a top-down view scrolling shooter video game created by a company called Terminal Sunset for the Macintosh. This game is a sequel to ShadowWraith.

Souls in the System works well on Mac OS 7 through OS 8.6. Support on later operating systems is limited at best, though it may be possible to run using an emulation of an older operating system.

As of 2011, StarPlay no longer directly sells games.[1]


The music in the game was created by Steven Allen. The names of the music tracks, according to Ravi Mehta, are:

  1. Heroine
  2. Overflowing data
  3. Beyond All Fear of Doom
  4. Requiem
  5. Wipeout
  6. Downtime
  7. Wraith Groove
  8. The Prison Planet
  9. Psykotripp; Cybermosis
  10. The Flesh Golem
  11. Stardeep
  12. The Hunter is Hunted
  13. Battle

The Souls in the System game CD can be played on most typical CD players. A separate audio CD track is detected when the game is put into a computer running a modern operating system, allowing easy access to the music even when the game itself cannot be played due to absence of backwards compatibility or Windows support.


  1. ^ "StarPlay product catalog". Retrieved 2011-04-28. 

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