feedback for "music to play in your head"

Discussion in 'Music & Sound Portfolios' started by izioq, Aug 12, 2017.

  1. izioq

    izioq New Member

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    Hi!

    Would be glad to have your feedback about those 28 tunes from unfinished video game projects of mine >


    I've tried several time to create my own simple video game with some game engine... and, of course, I've always failed.
    However I'm pretty satisfied with all the short looped music I've made over the years and I truly love them.
    So I've decided to make this compilation: you can now listen to this music and "play the game in your head..."

    All the tracks on this album were made with the purpose of being part of some games & I've made them how I like my game's music: melodic, short & looped...

    You'll find here influences from lots and lots of SNES music (Earthbound, Donkey Kong Country, Zelda, Secret of Mana, etc.) but also Mario 64 & Super Mario Galaxy, Animal Crossing, Yume Nikki... and even a bit of Undertale on one track (I've never played it but the OST is brilliant).

    I really hope you'll like these short tunes as much as I do!

    And if you want to use them in your free games, feel free to do so as long as you credit me somewhere in the game with a link to my bandcamp [​IMG] ( and if it's for a commercial games then mail me at izioqmusic(at)gmail(dot)com )

    Thanks, take care!

    izioq

    P.S: I haven't give up though, I'll make my game one day!

    My blog: https://izioq.wordpress.com/
    Follow me: https://twitter.com/izioq
     
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    izioq New Member

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    Did I say this compilation is free/name your price?

    No?

    Well.

    It is.
     
  3. RadicalBradical

    RadicalBradical New Member

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    Hey there!

    I really diggin' your tunes! I'd love for these to be in a game!
     

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