Usually video game soundtracks are released because a game becomes a commercial success and the demand therefore exists for such a product, but in the case of the unreleased Game Boy Color RPG Infinity - which we reported on a while back - the situation is a little different.

Originally intended for release over 15 years ago, the title never saw the light of day and has only recently been made available for download in an unfinished state.

Despite this, Materia Collective has published the 31-song soundtrack for the game, which boasts compositions by Eric E. Hache and Mathew Valente. An album containing arranged versions of the music is apparently on the way, too. You can purchase it from Loudr, Bandcamp, iTunes, Spotify, and Google Play.

Hache and Valente have issued the following statement on the release:

We would like to thank our team at Affinix Software foremost for their efforts in developing this special game. We would also like to thank our families, friends, and Materia Collective for making this release possible! We are excited to bring this soundtrack to RPG fans everywhere and hope you all enjoy it!

Have you had chance to download the game and try it out yet? Let us know what you think, and if you'll be investing in this rather unique musical collection.