Lately I’ve had a lot of soundtrack releases, some old and some new, some for PC some for iDevices. So I decided to make a single post for all of them.
This game, made by Tim Omernick, is a retake on bullet hell shooters. Your finger guides a molecule through various arrays of bullets that are either friendly or deadly, depending on the color. There are also color changing bullets that you can use to switch colors. The game is very unique.
This is a retro game inspired by the Frost Giant’s Daughter by Robert E. Howard. You play as a young Conan the Barbarian in the ice fields north of his homeland. He finds a beautiful woman and lusts after her. He chases her, battling through fields of wolves and dead warriors which she summons to life. Eventually he is lead to the Frost Giants where he battles with them. The game was made by Michael Stearns, who did the art for Astroman. The game is short, the main character is tiny, so the soundtrack is appropriately small as well. The game is free, so check it out! (click on the title.)
Circle of Elders
This was my first original soundtrack, which was destined for a Dungeon Siege mod that was never completed. The tracks were produced in 2001, when I was 16 years old. I’ve never published all of them up until this point. I figured it was fitting, since it’s coming up on ten years. The sounds are midi soundfonts, and the reverb is actually recorded through live playback using my old Sound Blaster Live Value’s EAX reverb, which is hilarious in retrospect.