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Khantun is traditionally a peaceful land, with no army or wars. Former leader Kaimen has turned to using his powers for evil, and the land has not withstood his aggression. The Holy Ones have been kidnapped, the land instead ruled by an evil group of monks. It is down to the player to vanquish Kaimen and restore the path of righteousness.

The game combines top-viewed role playing elements with combat action. The player explores the lands, but when encountering unfriendly people the player must fight, using swords or martial arts moves, as well as long-range missiles and magical powers.


Moebius: The Orb of Celestial Harmony Commodore 64 Your map.
Moebius: The Orb of Celestial Harmony Commodore 64 Night falls.
Moebius: The Orb of Celestial Harmony Commodore 64 Title Screen.
Moebius: The Orb of Celestial Harmony Commodore 64 The game world - Your journey begins here.

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Alternate Titles

  • "Moebius 1" -- Informal title

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Critic Reviews

ASM (Aktueller Software Markt) Oct, 1987 9.5 out of 12 79
Computer and Video Games (CVG) Nov, 1987 7 out of 10 70
ACE (Advanced Computer Entertainment) Nov, 1987 628 out of 1000 63
Zzap! Nov, 1987 48 out of 100 48
Joker Verlag präsentiert: Sonderheft 1992 46 out of 100 46
Commodore User Nov, 1987 3 out of 10 30


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According to Greg Malone, Moebius was the first ever animated martial arts combat computer game, and was the first game ever to use digitized live actors as templates for game characters.
Quapil (4825) added Moebius: The Orb of Celestial Harmony (Commodore 64) on Jul 06, 2003
Other platforms contributed by Old man gamer (389) and Terok Nor (26919)