I have a few updates to present. First, the Game Projects page has been updated with a lot more games created for 2014 #OneGameAMonth. Second, I’ll be at MAGFest to participate in their Global Game Jam, so I won’t have a #WeeklyGameMusic this weekend. It will be back on-schedule next weekend.
#WeeklyGameMusic: New week, new music. This week’s music comes from a touching and tragic game called Papo & Yo. Despite it’s fantastical (or more correctly, magical realism) settings, the puzzle platformer touches what it’s like to live under parental abuse. It’s quite fitting, then, that the credits music for this game, Liberation (La Muerte de Papo) by Brian D’Oliveira, […]
#WeeklyGameMusic: New week, new music. Great game music can come from the unlikeliest places, and casual games are no exceptions. Take this Insaniquarium Deluxe music, for example. Tank 1, composed by Jonne Valtonen, manages to keep a facade of normalcy and simplicity in an otherwise crazy game about saving poor fishes from aliens. Seriously. Insaniquarium […]
Now would be a good time to look at 2014 in retrospect and see what I achieved, and what I haven’t. So without further ado, let’s get right to it! Major Projects In January, I’ve visited and teamed up with various friends from IGDA DC and new friends from American University to create a new game for […]
#WeeklyGameMusic: New week, new music. Welp, I’m in the mood for a RPGMaker horror game. Here’s a pretty darn good one, with a simple but moving narrative, forgiving horror mechanic, and very likable characters. KaRASU’s rearrangement of kouri’s Title Theme does a great justice to Ib‘s use of juvenile perspective to increase its creepiness factor. Welcome to Ib‘s mystical art […]