SmashBox Soundtrack + Wyv and Keep OST Both Released

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A little while ago I mentioned a new project with the Jolly Corpse guys entitled SmashBox. It almost doesn’t feel necessary to go into an elaborate spiel about what the game involves as the title says it all. If you have a particular disdain for all things boxed, this game is for you. You can pick it up for just £1.99 on Desura, we are also trying to get it on Steam via Green Light so any votes would be appreciated.

The soundtrack to the game is now available on Bandcamp for the princely sum of £1.

Music from Wyv and Keep was also featured in the previous Game Music Bundle which has now ended and sold over 3,000 bundles – which is darn brilliant! Now it’s over, I have released the Wyv and Keep OST on to Bandcamp as well so people can download it at their leisure.

A Few Updates…

Video Games

Goodness, has it really been this long since posting? Yes, it has.

Anyway, rhetorical nonsense aside, here are some things I’ve been working on over the past few months.

Firstly, Rival Threads is still full steam ahead with additional characters added to the playable roster and a whole host of additional content that is as yet firmly under wraps. Another exciting piece of news regarding Rival Threads is we are collaborating with voice actress (and singer) Amanda Lee on a couple of songs for the game. Here’s a no-vocal version of the main theme tune I whipped up a few weeks ago:

Rival Threads will also feature a series of collectable ‘story chapters’, each of which will be fully animated and have various accompanying music composed by me. Three of the chapters can already be viewed online, the remaining ones will only be available in game as they contain major spoilers.

Also, the guys who are developing Wyv and Keep have just unveiled a new project they have been working on for a little while, appositely titled Smash Box. I’m working with them on the soundtrack and going for something entirely different to the Wyv and Keep score (yes, not a pan pipe in sight!). Check out the trailer below:

One drawback of these posts that contain scraps of information from various projects is I’m always left with the nagging feeling I’ve forgotten something…