Pick up seven chiptune albums from Ubiktune for just $1 - destructoid

Pick up seven chiptune albums from Ubiktune for just $1

2:00 PM on 09.22.2012

Audun Sorlie

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We've mentioned the Ubiktune netlabel a few times over the past year when discussing virt's FX4, the FM synth super compilation SOUNDSHOCK 2, and coda's retrotastic tracer. The netlabel has become well known for releasing some stellar digital albums for free, but it has at times charged for full length or physical copies of some of their offerings.

But even if you only have nickels and dimes in your pocket, today you can still have the royal treatment courtesy of Ubiktune. They've announced their first bundle, consisting of some of their priced albums, ranging from the previously mentioned tracer (coda), Roots (Danimal Cannon), Rhythm'n'Bits (Yoann Turpin), and Game Genie (Shnabubula), all available for just one dollar. You're welcome to donate any amount, but the minimum contribution of one dollar will land you several hours of the finest chiptunes money can buy.

Head on over to the Ubiktune Pilot Bundle if the deal tickles your fancy, and let us know if you enjoyed the music!


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