Free Game Music

Posted by (twitter: @franklinwebber)
December 9th, 2013 6:28 pm

Sadly, I am unable to participate in the upcoming Ludum Dare. But this event marks my one year anniversary for making music. The hobby started during the Ludum Dare last year. I have over the past year created 74 various sounds.

All the songs that I have created and posted to SoundCloud are free to use with attribution. So please go ahead and use them if you are planning on entering the Jam competition. Message me if you decide to use them, I would love to see your awesome work.


More atmospheric and noisy, this collection of sounds is probably suited for building tension.

Funkier Than Thou

The more instrumental tracks are more laid back and enjoyable. I keep picturing them being well suited for some kind of post-modern game or puzzle game.

Do Hairballs Dream of Dryer Sheets

Much more musical and melancholy. A few chiptunes tracks mixed in with a few songs that work well with a platformer game. I would love to see Golden Streets used as a title song for awesome retro X-bit game.


Patient Zero

The songs that got me started making music last year. I think the song Escape is a great driving song for a level. Used in Reload by zn01wr in Ludum Dare 27.

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5 Responses to “Free Game Music”

  1. Crowbeak says:

    I don’t plan to jam (though time constraints may push me into it) and I have too much fun doing all the sounds/music with my mouth, but I really appreciate you putting this out there. 😀 Thank you.

  2. Ludipe says:

    Great! I checked your soundcloud account and loved “Monsters 101” and “Do Hairballs Dream of Dryer Sheets”. I’ve decided that I’ll use some tracks from one of those playlist for the Ludum Dare.

    I was going to participate in the compo but I really liked your music, so I’ll make an exception and try the jam for the first time.

  3. jimmypaulin says:

    Hey Franklin, your music is superb! Patient Zero – Escape really inspired the feel of my entry “Midnight Minigun”, thanks so much!

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