[Composer] Indie VGM in the style of FTL, Binding of Issac, Hotline Miami, Terraria, Risk of Rain..

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    Hello I'm Joe, I compose music for games that are looking for something a bit different than what the typical vgm genres tend to offer. If you love soundtracks like Fez, Super Meat Boy, Rogue Legacy and the others I previously mentioned then take a listen to my vgm reel and feel free to contact me with any projects you have in mind. I have found a niche for devs who just can't seem to find the right sound for their game. I work fast & I'm easy to work with. I love taking direction and ideas, the more verbose you can be, the more creative we can get. Thanks for your time and good luck with your projects!

    Joe Rouiller
     
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    New boss battle theme. For upcoming Shmup that has a very stylized watercolor theme. Was trying to go less typical 'space epic' while still keep the boss battle intensity..

     
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    Cyberpunk because, why not?
     
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    Praise be to Cthulhu! Something a little darker...

     
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    Basically what I would want to listen to if I was cruising around the galaxy.. for upcoming shmup

     

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