Posts Tagged ‘game music’

Le Rest’ouf – Theme song.

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Tuesday, December 13th, 2016 8:32 am

And if you want to try our entry : Le Rest’Ouf by Sigrath & xclementx.

Rude Bear Requiem

Posted by (twitter: @Phantom_Green)
Saturday, April 23rd, 2016 3:03 pm


Hey! I’m SonnyBone and I worked on Rude Bear Requiem last weekend. I was initially signed on to do the audio, but then our artist couldn’t participate as expected… so that kind of changed. I did all the music on Friday and Saturday, then I stayed up and did ALL of the art. It was less than ideal, and it resulted in a “unique” approach to art that I will cover in a more detailed post-mortem. By the end of the jam, I had been up for about 52 hours straight, resulting in hallucinations … which I think helped to turn this game into something truly memorable. We’re very proud of it, and we hope you like it!

Here’s one of the cute lil’ songs I made for the game.

If you dig what you hear, you can help me out and pre-order the extended OST here.


Rude Bear Requiem is an adventure/puzzle game about helping your forest friends by using magic to shapeshift into various useful forms. Rude Bear is normally Rude… but now he’s POLITE! So take advantage of this one time offer and dive into this totally cute, relaxing, non-threatening world!



Be sure to read the gameplay instructions on the entry page or in the ReadMe!

EXTRA HINTS: The title screen marks the beginning of the game, and the title drops down again at the end. You can still play around in the world at this point, but there are no more objectives. We can tell whether or not you played the full game based on your comments :)

Play the game here:

Extended Ludum Dare soundtrack for Daygore Bunko on sale!

Posted by (twitter: @Phantom_Green)
Wednesday, April 13th, 2016 5:08 pm

In celebration of LDJAM WEEK, the OST for my previous Ludum Dare game is HALF OFF for a limited time!

For all my Ludum Dare pals, use the code “ldjambunko16” to get it for just $1.50

Download/Stream it here:
Daygore Bunko OST – Jam Version by SonnyBone

Daygore Bunko Jam Version OST Cover 750 v2

Video for “Hail the Moon Creep”

See everyone at LD 35!

Soundtrack for my game!

Posted by (twitter: @WarlordMittens)
Sunday, April 19th, 2015 4:47 pm

Here’s the soundtrack for my game if anyone is interested in listening!

Music finally finished!

Posted by (twitter: @bananafourlife)
Sunday, December 7th, 2014 3:18 pm

Hey Guys,

I am really desperate. Could someone tell me why I have in one post a cool media inclusion and in the next it won’t work.
That’s really really annoying. :(

This time it was a challenge for me to create music which fits in the theme.

But finally I am finished!

Now I will focusing on the sounds and maybe stream a little bit.

Our stream:


Make your Music (2)

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Wednesday, February 26th, 2014 4:17 pm

Well, a while ago I posted about GreaseMonkey’s awesome tool. I had some spare time so I worked a bit on it trying to get it more configureable. I packaged it into a .exe for those who don’t have Python and together with it a batch file to read the instrument files I made (most are GreaseMonkey’s original instruments) to easily configure your music.

As usual this is a work in progress, any suggestions are welcome :)

Download it here (.rar 2.5mb)

You can also get the direct Python version if you have python 2.x installed properly

Also you can check the project on my site for no reason, but there are some samples there :)

If you make any awesome new instruments I’d love to see (hear) them…


Cheers! :)

Free Game Music

Posted by (twitter: @franklinwebber)
Monday, 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.

October Challenge! Make some dollars with … game music?

Posted by (twitter: @Phantom_Green)
Thursday, October 17th, 2013 8:17 pm

While Ditto and I have been keeping the DreamTeam alive by working on an actual game for the October Challenge (our Indie Speed Run entry: The Old Man And The NSA), I’ve also decided to release a new compilation album that features all of the music I’ve made for Ludum Dare games, LD warmups, and other game jams in general.

GameJams Volume One

GameJams Vol One AlbumArt
21 tracks and a super secret bonus track that will unlock when you download the album… all clocking in at around 50 minutes. Some of these games placed very high in the audio category, with two of them actually bringing home a Gold Medal… something that I never expected. You see, my first Ludum Dare entry had NO AUDIO AT ALL. I was very disappointed with myself and decided to try much harder in the audio category. I worked at it and worked at it until I actually ended up receiving a Gold Medal for audio during Ludum Dare’s 10th anniversary for my entry, ZUNZANDA. So I’m living proof that Ludum Dare is a wonderful way to push yourself into new territory, learn new things, and accomplish goals you never even dreamed of. I owe all of my current and future success to Ludum Dare, and GameJams Volume One is kind of like my ‘origin story‘ of game development, as this content dates all the way back to the very first game I ever released.

So what are you waiting for?! You can hear the entire album and PAY WHAT YOU WANT for the download right HERE.

You can also snag the official soundtrack to DreamTeam’s Ludum Dare 27 entry, EcoStar vs Aeronox right HERE.


Thanks for your support and LONG LIVE LUDUM DARE!

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