[People keep telling me to share my arrangements, so I am! -D]
Did you play Freebird Games' indie RPG To The Moon? If you haven't, you're missing something great. It looks like an old 16-bit RPG, but the story is beautiful and surprising. Do yourself a favor and check it out.
Also beautiful is the game's soundtrack, especially the vocal piece "Everything's Alright," by composer Laura Shigihara (Plants vs. Zombies). I was instantly hooked from the first listen, and knew that I would eventually cover it. Late last night I did that, giving the song a bit of an R&B spin, complete with stacks of background vocals. It's a bit rushed, but I hope you dig it anyway.
Game music forever!
|10:30 AM on 02.19.2013|
To the Moon is now on sale on Steam
If you haven't had a chance to check out the critically acclaimed indie darling To the Moon yet, now is a good time, as the game has been reduced to $3.39 temporarily on Steam. I can't really talk about it without spoil...more
|4:00 PM on 08.25.2012|
Indie Nation: To the Moon
[That's right, Indie Nation is back! Every so often, we'll highlight some of the best independent games available.] I know, I know. There has been next to no coverage of the indie adventure game To the Moon on this site. On b...more
|11:30 AM on 08.19.2011|
Death, memory, space travel: To the Moon lands this fall
To the Moon, an indie adventure game developed by Freebird Games, is slowly but surely gaining traction around les salons of the games press circuit. And why not? It's heartbreaking premise and genre-swapping aesthetic ...more
|8:00 PM on 05.21.2013|
Terry Cavanagh teases new puzzle game Halting Problem
Terry Cavanagh is known for making some of the most brutally difficult, yet immensely satisfying games. VVVVVV showcased some downright masochistic platforming, and Super Hexagon provided twitch gaming that evoked an almost r...more
|5:00 PM on 05.21.2013|
Review: Sanctum 2
I think the first Sanctum game surprised a lot of people. It took the intellectual strategy aspect of tower defense games and combined it with the more action-oriented first-person shooter genre to create a unique, wonderful ...more
|5:00 PM on 05.20.2013|
The prosperous settlement of Castletown had everything its residents could possibly desire. Lumbering giants had turned a once barren wasteland into a fertile coastal forest, and like titanic servants they had places mines, p...more