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New royalty free video game music library featuring 22 tracks containing over 35 minutes of original music.

Game Developer, Staff

March 1, 2012

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After a year of on and off development time, It gives me great pleasure to announce that my 2nd royalty free music library is now available to the game development community.

The official link for this product can be found at: http://www.garagegames.com/products/puzzlemusicsuite

A 6:40 demo is available for your listening pleasure.

This product contains just over 35 minutes of original video game music that was designed with puzzle games in mind, but it could really be used in just about any game genre. This product features a blend of electronic, orchestral, and rock elements to give this library a lively feel.

From a developer's perspective, there's a lot of content here for traditional, competitive, and other puzzle games that incorporate RPG elements. There's slow, moderate, and faster pace selections of music with various emotions to give you as many options as possible to mix and match what you like based on the pacing of your game.

I've also incorporated a selection of utility tracks for title, menu, character / stage select, map exploration, win / loss / new challenger, continue, and ending music.

With tons of puzzle games constantly being made on PC, smart phones, portable systems, and as smaller download titles for console, I saw that there was a need for a new product to help software developers complete their projects.

Another thing I want to point out about this library is that the pace and melodic tones are certainly complex and a bit similar to my other product the "Shoot Em Up Music Suite". http://www.garagegames.com/products/shoot-em-up-music

Instrumentation and stylistically speaking, a developer could buy both libraries to use in any one project while still sounding similar enough. This was done intentionally to give a developer that buys either product the option of doubling their music selection while maintaining a consistent style of sound.

So far, I've made libraries that fit the Puzzle and old school Arcade / 2D Side-Scroller style shooting games. Next I was was thinking about developing a "Platformer Music Suite".

Please feel free to check these libraries out when you have time. I'm very interested in hearing people's feedback and finding out what games this stuff ends up in.

Do you have a suggestion or music need for your game project you want to share? Please let me know and provide a link for your game in progress if available. Thanks!

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