Wow, Game Music Bundle 8 sounds fantastic


Can you believe the Game Music Bundle is on number eight? We haven’t covered every single iteration of it, though the last one got some shameless self promotion here on Destructoid. That said, this one deserves special mention if only because it includes my favorite album of 2012 as one of the $1 tier unlocks. I have written about it before. Bignic’s Zombies (now known as Corporate Lifestyle Simulator because Zombies is a terrible name that is impossible to search for) is well worth more than a buck on its own, and every single one of you should at least put up enough to get the low tier.

There are some other big names on here too. The Monsters Ate my Birthday Cake soundtrack by Disasterpiece (FEZ) is another album in the $1 tier, and those who bump up to the $10 tier will get Ben Prunty’s FTL: Advanced Edition soundtrack, Lifeformed: Immerse by Lifeformed (Dustforce), the Wanderlust Adventures soundtrack by Chris Christodoulou (Risk of Rain), and a bunch of others. The full list can be found below or on the Game Music Bundle site.

Level 1 (unlocked at $1) 

Gods Will Be Watching – fingerspit
Monsters Ate My Birthday Cake – Disasterpeace
Super Time Force – 6955
The Sailor’s Dream (Original Soundtrack) – Jonathan Eng
Zombies – Bignic

Level 2 (unlocked at $10) 

Dreamfall Chapters Reborn Original Soundtrack – Simon Poole
Freedom Planet – GalaxyTrail
FTL: Advanced Edition – Ben Prunty
Gods Will Be Watching Alternative Soundtrack – fingerspit
Hack N’ Slash – Paul O’Rourke
Halfway – Gavin Harrison
Izakaya Ōmen ~MINI~ – Maxo
Lifeformed: Immerse – Lifeformed
Lovely Planet – Calum Bowen
Majestic Nights – Das_Fokks
Monarch: Heroes of a New Age Original Soundtrack – Goomin Nam
Spell Team Death Match – Bignic
The Novelist – Kent Hudson
Wanderlust Adventures – Chris Christodoulou

Darren Nakamura
Darren is a scientist during the day. He has been a Destructoid community member since 2006, joining the front page as a contributor in 2011. While he enjoys shooters, RPGs, platformers, strategy, and rhythm games, he takes particular interest in independent games. He produced the Zero Cool Podcast for about four years, and he plays board games quite a bit when he can find willing companions.