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I'm RyanAvx, chiptune music specialist and retro game enthusiast searching for retro gaming inspired projects to work on! Games like Castlevania and Megaman are some of my favourites and are one of the biggest influences on my musical style, but I'm also heavily inspired by PS1, Soundblaster/ADLIB, Amiga and DOS soundtracks.
I have a wide variety of instrumental styles available and can write things hardware authentically or unlimited, using the sounds with no limitations for anything from Atari styled songs or PS2 styled songs.
Please see my itch page for some of the projects I've worked on before, and also a free megaman styled album that you can use for your games. For other examples of my work here is my latest demo reel with a good mix of chpitune and electronic stuff.
Please contact me here, on twitter or on discord at RyanAvx#7941
Look forward to hearing from you and take it easy breezy!
Good day to you! I'm RyanAvx, chiptune composer and content creator on twitch and youtube looking to make music for commercial/non commercial full games. I've messed around in game-jams the past few months and while it's been great, I'm looking to progress on to complete games and OSTs.
My style is Chiptune - I can make it in unlimited or hardware authentic varieties, inspired by the soundtracks from the NES and GB. From that, Capcom OSTs are my main influence and I've made most of my music for fast paced action platformer style games.
https://ryanavx.bandcamp.com/album/breezys-mega-quest - My latest album, which also has commercial and non-commercial licenses available (pm me)
https://soundcloud.com/ryana/ryanavx-mech-n-parcel-ost - Latest OST for a gamejam game, industrial sci-fi style.
https://soundcloud.com/ryana/breezys-castle-quest-1-rebirth-of-darkness - Castlevania style
https://soundcloud.com/ryana/ryanavx-echoes-of-another-time - RPG style
If interested please reply to the thread or message me on discord - RyanAvx#7941 or Twitter - https://twitter.com/RyanAndBreezy
Look forward to working with you!
The game itself had good graphics and sound design, the mechanics were fun and the story decent, with the setting being great for a horror game. However, the game had a few downsides to it as well. The game was incredible short, being beaten in just over 30 minutes. Normally this is an average time for a horror game like this but the game alluded to a much longer playtime with the introduction of new mechanics in most new scenes, and the ending just felt kind of shoehorned. The monster too wasn't very spoopy, and would have preferred a scarier design, or better scenes with it.
All in all, it ended up as an average game that could have been much more, and for that I'm giving it a 6/10.