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The famed two-man soundtrack from the equally-famed one-man game, Dust: An Elysian Tail goes from soulful, stripped-down piano to fully orchestra/choir drives, and treats your ears to a nearly 40-track symphony of sensation along the way. Never previously bundled, this is a bold new journey for Dust - this time with friends!
You've played enough Braid to know the soundtrack backwards and forwards… literally. Now, pick it up for the first time and relive the melancholy adventure of a hero tormented by his own perception of failure. Although individual tracks of the soundtrack have been available before, this is your first (and perhaps only) chance to get the whole thing in a single, beautiful package.
Rogue Legacy's soundtrack is exactly the sort of achievement that the Game Music Bundle was designed to highlight. Tons of praise is given to the game's quirky gameplay, procedural elements, and multi-generational advancement, but the soundtrack is easily able to stand on its own. Swinging effortlessly between chiptune and found instruments, the soundtrack is unexpectedly danceable and will delight your ears, playthrough after playthrough.
While a good club remix of a game theme is a highly-valued feat in the VGM world, the soundtrack to Electronic Super Joy delivers a dozen thumpy tracks right out of the box! While you could loop the whole thing over and over again for hours (this may or may not have happened at GMB HQ), it's even better when paired with Part 2 - conveniently available on Level 2 of this very bundle!
Inspired by the crossroads of FM synthesis and orchestral sounds, Famaze's soundtrack recalls a fantasy epic in the style of Labyrinth or the Dark Crystal. While the 80's influence is undeniable, the orchestral elements expand the sound in a modern way, blending the old seamlessly and bewitchingly into the new. We're proud to premiere this soundtrack to the world, and hope you enjoy it as much as we have!
Add 10 to your Level one purchase and wake the neighbors! We'll be cranking this one through the bundle period and well-beyond. Picking up where Vol. 1 left off, Electronic Super Joy's second volume has some of the most bumping sounds we've heard from a video game soundtrack.
Kentucky Route Zero features a twilight-tinged atmospheric soundtrack, punctuated by an unexpected slow-yet-bluegrassy tune from the Bedquilt Ramblers - a band formed by the composer and two friends. Completing the bundle gives you access to the soundtrack to Act 2, too.
Kentucky Route Zero's second act picks up where Act 1 left off, dropping listeners into a series of eerie locations, before returning to its familiar blue atmosphere and suppressed bluegrass groove. Completing the bundle gives you access to the soundtrack to Act 1, too.
Fire up the mariachi band, and get ready to lucha! Recalling its chiptune and hispanic roots, the soundtrack to Guacamelee plays like something out of "Once Upon a Time in Future Mexico" - digital desperadoes will be delighted.
7 Grand Steps is a progressively expansive journey, beginning with solo instruments in modal tunings and ending in a broad orchestral texture worthy of an ancient Senator. Not only is it a diverse and beautiful soundtrack, but 7 Grand Steps proves that all those music theory and history classes DO have a place in the world of video game composition.
The perfect soundtrack for a desperate fight on a harsh, alien world, Risk of Rain's soundtrack features pitched percussion, deep strings, and just a few sci-fi whole-tone scales thrown in for good measure. It's a solid tribute to the composers of the past, while revealing a dark future all its own.
The Official Soundtrack to the evocative videogame Bientôt l'été, these seven tracks have been distilled from the original sound atmospheres created for the game. In turn, they'll take you on a haunting voyage to the sea... and to the space beyond.
While not traditionally a rhythm game, music plays a heavily important role in Pivvot - players who learn the music and begin to feel it will have additional senses to use when navigating obstacles. Listening to this soundtrack isn't just a passive activity: think of it as training for an extreme digital sport.
We've got some 50s, some 70s, some 80s, and more on this bundle… why not add some 30s, too? Serious scat singing and classy licks pay homage to the greats of the genre. Reconnect to an earlier era and stretch your idea of what a game soundtrack can be.
70s horns blast over smooth cymbal rides and brushed snares. This is the sexy spy-epic James Bond wishes he could sink his unnaturally-sparkly teeth into. The game itself is like a playable short story, which makes its soundtrack audio color and scenery, transporting the reader/player into its world.
Virt does it again with the soundtrack to Mighty Switch Force 2 - home to the classiest use of a firetruck horn we've ever heard. Mastered by Andrew "cancel" Richards of Mighty Switch Force! remixing fame, the sounds pop and sizzle with some serious metallic groove.
Go back to the glory days of gaming with the soundtrack to Tiny Barbarian DX, an 8-bit game with somewhat more punch in its soundchip! A faithful throwback to those old Castlevania days, you'll want to pop the harddrive out of your PC and blow on it. (Don't actually do this.)
One of these days, we're going to get the GMB team together for a space voyage, and we're thrilled that this will be playing while we do it. Artemis has been one of the most-intriguing team co-op games to come out in a while, and its recent reboot means a remastered and expanded soundtrack - the definitive edition of the game's orchestral score.
Follow Super Ubie Land's adorably-smiley, balloon-toting protagonist on all his coin-grabbing, baddie-stomping, ship-repairing adventures. Putting on this soundtrack won't enable you to fly, but it'll put a bounce in your step and MAYBE give you just a moment more hang-time.
*Literally* a chiptune effort, The soundtrack to Null Divide+ was composed in Famitracker, adhering to the limitations of the NES's 2A03 chip and it's buddies FDS and VRC6. The end results prove that sometimes, working with intentionally limited hardware can focus the composer's vision and yield great things.
A fictional action music adventure inspired by works of VInce DiCola, action movies, rock and metal music, chiptunes and the legacy of '80s. Blending chipsounds, samples, and field recordings, BSW is a more than just a soundtrack - it's a full sound-experience.
Zineth's soundtrack is a lightning-fast skate through break-beats and arpeggiated electronic spasticity. It's the kind of music that doesn't let you stop to breathe, which is perfect for its high-speed setting. We also suspect it'd make an interesting ambient album at .01% speed.
Of all the projects the Synthetic Orchestra has tackled, perhaps none is as appropriate as the score to the Stanley Parable - after all, what better soundtrack could there be for a game about the reduction of humanity and disempowerment of choice than as played by an entirely-digital orchestra? Of course, there's that pesky human composer at the center of it all, changing things and altering the soundscape…
Composed by Venezuelan-raised Brian D’Oliveira of La Hacienda Creative, this highly-anticipated soundtrack comes from live recorded artfully mixed pieces of dynamically layered melodies and rhythms triggered by players’ movements within the game. Having had a difficult childhood growing up in South America, Papo & Yo was also a deeply personal project for Brian. In these soulfully composed tracks, Brian personally plays a wide variety of “traditional” instruments such as flute(s), cello, guitar,..
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Game Music Bundle 6 marks the 2-year anniversary of the original Game Music Bundle. We've pulled out all the stops to create our LARGEST BUNDLE EVER. More than 20 hot soundtracks including the world-premiere of Disasterpeace's "Famaze" and the first official digital release of the soundtrack to "Braid". About the only thing that hasn't gotten bigger is the minimum price - it's still just $1 to get in, and $10 for everything. And, of course, you'll be supporting some of the best composers in the indie scene!
Bundling is a fantastic way to bring all kinds of artists and fans together. For artists who are just starting out, it's important exposure for their content. Artists who are climbing the ranks can share fanbases with one another, increasing fans for all. Established artists can get more from their older titles, while helping newer artists get discovered and gain popularity. Meanwhile, fans can get a great deal on content, and can show their love for their favorite artists in a real, meaningful way (that gets them some fame, too!)