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Stellar Shocktopus Soundtrack!

Posted in: Electric Shocktopus, Wednesday Update | January 23, 2014 | 3 Comments


“Shocktopus Soundtrack sounds simply sublime,” says Steve… simultaneously seeking ‘s’ synonyms so such silly sentences shan’t stop.  Science!

Well, that was weird.

In all my haste to finish up The Electric Shocktopus (and update the Gravity Simulator… and research molecular bonds for a future game…), I’ve been neglecting the blog! For that, I apologize. So let’s get back into the swing of things with a fun update.

Brian Allen Holmes, the composer who made the rad music for the game, has posted the Soundtrack!  So now you can take the rock-meets-beach-meets-epic music on the road!  Go to his site and take a listen.  And if you want, you can buy the soundtrack and download it.  Just think of how much inspiration it’ll add to your jogging playlist.  (Neither Brian nor I are liable if in your haste you fall into spikes, though)

 

Also comes on cassette tape, if you'd rather.

Also comes on cassette tape, if you’d rather.

 

I love the titles of the tracks, which include the ol’ standby “There’s Sand in my Tentacles.”  (I’d love to hear Sinatra cover *that* song)

As a special offer, ’cause it’s fun, I’ve got a download code that I can offer up.  The first person to write a comment to this blog post will be the proud owner of the Shocktopus Soundtrack.

-Andy



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3 Comments

  1. By Dan

    Posted January 23, 2014 at 7:26 pm | Permalink

    Andy,
    I’d love a soundtrack!
    Keep up the great work!
    Dan

    • By TestTubeGames

      Posted January 23, 2014 at 7:40 pm | Permalink

      Nice work, Dan! I’m sending the code along to you via email

  2. By Robly18

    Posted January 24, 2014 at 8:40 am | Permalink

    A molecular game in the works? I can’t wait!

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