Now, you may recognize our next entry, and that is because it is the original title that eventually evolved into Gravitrix that was released by RGCD and Psytronik: https://psytronik.bigcartel.com/product/gravitrix-c64
This is the early 1993 incarnation that was being developed for CP Verlag, but was rejected due to them having too many puzzle games at the time (this was listed in the scroll text in the download – thanks to Professor Chaos for flagging this up).
Additionally, Professor Chaos has informed us that the preview here uses 7 demo songs from “Advanced Music Programmer”, a music editor which was published by CP Verlag on Magic Disk 64 12/91.
Also, when the game was cancelled, it was converted to DOS in 1994/1995 and named “Brainstorm Pro”. The levels in that game pretty much match what are in the preview here, though the DOS version has 50 more levels and 8 custom AdLib tunes.
It also features quite different presentation, and is overall a nice early glimpse at a title that thankfully would be eventually finished and surface years later. A game that wasn’t, but eventually was under a different guise – so case closed already!
Contributions: Professor Chaos