Since TheEndApp made a few splashes and got about 3 million downloads in its first month, I figured it was only a matter of time before a cool update was done… and it was! They added an entirely new London set of maps and 4 new characters to the game.
Of course, with that amount of content, I couldn’t simply rest on my laurels with just one music track. So… I made a bunch more, all of which are available in the game. But just in case you don’t have the game, I’ve been allowed to post some previews of the newly available tracks.
And just to rage against the machine, the first preview I’m posting hasn’t even gone live into the latest update yet (it’s going into the next one, though!), so you’re absolutely hearing it here first!
So, without further ado… Here is a preview of the music track simply named: The Violin.
(Right click to Save As… or just click on it and your browser should be smart enough to play the mp3)
I’ll post more of the new tracks in time, you know, when I’m allowed to do so. Until then, enjoy!
It’s been awhile since I posted some projects using the Free Royalty Free Music, so I thought I’d share some recent ones
The Admiral Digby Museum in Nova Scotia (that’s in Canada), is doing some video about promoting archives and museums. I love museums!
Some promo video about a Red Balloon and a Boy: While the concept is not entirely original (I have vague memories of a weird French film I saw in elementary school), this children’s book (written by a dentist) is planning to donate 10% of the proceeds to two charities: Autism Speaks and Make a Wish foundation. Very nice.
A video from IdeaPotion, an iPhone App Developer which released a really cool looking game where you build up massive Domino sets and then knock them down (and you can view the results from a bunch of different angles) Awesome idea, and you don’t have to clean up the mess when you’re done! (or leave them on the floor and then step on them with your bare feet and oww… those dominoes hurt sometimes, painful memories…)
A lovely video of a Water Vole (what the heck is a water vole? watch the video to find out!).
A Hypnotherapist working in Ireland is using the Egyptian music for a project about hypnosis, Egypt, Pyramids and Sleep Temples and something called Somnambulistic trance (which makes me dizzy just trying to pronounce)
Since I released Arvale: Treasure of Memories last week, many people have been curious to see a video showing what the game looks like.
This video shows off many of the dialogues, cutscenes, and battles which Treasure of Memories is chock-full of and should give a pretty good idea of what to expect. The background track is also one of the main pieces or music in the game (written by, you know, that composer who does that music for Jaybot7 ).
Just wrapped up the second village/town music for Arvale.
It is a bit of a contrast from the first town music, which is mostly upbeat and gives the feeling of walking around and talking to people. This piece is a bit more serene and gives the feeling of walking through a nice, quiet, countryside village (complete with a lush, green backdrop, a gentle breeze and blue skies). Just listening to it makes me want to go outside and stare at the clouds for awhile. How does it make you feel?