J64 Original - Ice Cavern
Intended as a demo track for Coma, this one ended up being a little too... full, I guess. I'll probably rework this to be a bit more lonely sounding, but I like the way it sounds as it is, so I figured I might as well share it.
Development will continue regardless, there will just be a reduced budget for hiring the extra help and buying the software tools and licenses they need.
"If we get more than a dollar we’ll release the complete game with a coherent story, but not the depth and length we had initially hoped it to have. To achieve the level of quality and polishment (in that regard) we have set ourselves, we calculate we require a minimum of 7400$. If we get less than that the game will probably lack somehow, but if we surpass that amount then it will be even more detailed and polished than expected."
Thank you so much! I love the music in Secret of Mana, so that really means a lot.
The game looks great. I'm sorry that you guys only got about half what you needed.
This is probably the first time I liked a peaceful theme since Fear of the Heavens from Secret of Mana (I'm only referencing that because I just played it recently). Absolutely amazing man.
Thanks for reminding me. I should have linked to it in the description but it's too late to edit it now that it's been featured. Anyway...
Simply put, it's a first person puzzler that takes place inside of the main character's head as he tries to figure out who he is and what he's done. You can affect the world through the use of climate changes which are activated by putting either yourself or climate balls in special areas. For example, rain makes things grow, nighttime opens portals and makes special climate balls appear, and fog dissipates force fields and can apparently hide you from enemies (although they aren't incorporated into the demo yet).
Also, I should point out that it wasn't intended for an ice cavern when I was writing it, I just thought that's what it sounded like when it was finished.
What is Coma. This song has gotten me interested.
Thank you! The instruments I used make surprisingly pleasant sounds for what they are, such as copper pipes and sheets of rock.
Thanks, glad you like it! Don't worry, I'm not getting rid of this one. It stands on its own even if it doesn't work for the game.
As for what I used, this one was mainly FL Studio and Kontakt 4 with a few sample libraries.
nice work, I'd suggest keeping this as one as is, but also and try reworking it + save as a new file. (btw what program(s) did you use? just curious
This is pure beauty stuck in the essence of audio.