Hah this was a fun little experience. Very clever! Great work dude.
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I'm very happy to announce that my new music pack is now available here on itch.io.
The ULTIMATE Game Music Asset Pack features over 200 royalty free songs for you to use in your game. It is one of the largest libraries of authentic retro sounding music on the market, and right now it's 50% off!
FULL BUNDLE BREAKDOWN
- 202 original high-quality tracks
- 2 formats for each song: OGG and WAV (16-bit/44.1 kHZ)
- 4+ hrs of music
- 15 essential game music genres
- 3.18 GB of music
- Royalty-Free license FOR LIFE!
- Free Updates FOR LIFE!
After being in the works for over 2 years, this is by far my biggest bundle yet. The songs from this pack have helped countless developers, and have already made their way into hundreds of games!
To celebrate it's launch, the bundle is currently 50% off here on itch, along with all my other music packs!
I hope my music comes in handy for you. Enjoy the tunes!
Hey that was fun! Great work with this one. I noticed some really great design details that taught me how to play without a dialogue box so excellent work there. The songs you chose fit really well. Thanks for including my tracks in your game!
Woohoo! Congrats on the release!
This game is super fun and very addicting. It definitely gives you that sense of "One more round and I'll beat my record!" Grab a copy if you are a fan of some old school arcadey action.
Hey thank you so much! I'm glad you enjoy my work, and that you are going to use it in your videos! Thank you so much for letting me know, and feel free to post the videos here or drop a link to your Youtube channel. I'd love to check em out!
I used a program called Famitracker to make these songs. Another tracker program you may consider is called Deflemask, which allows you to make songs in the style of a bunch of consoles like NES and Genesis.
There is a bit of a learning curve to using these, so if you are already familiar with working in a DAW, another option for you would be the C700 vst. You can use this one to make SNES style tunes as well.
All 3 are free, but I suggest looking these up on Youtube and getting an idea of what the work flow is like before diving in.
Best of luck to you! :D