In this episode, I talk about Indie Quilt, an online game jam for charity, and about 15 30-second songs I wrote to be used in the game.
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I found out about Indie Quilt which is an online game jam organized by Eric Hornby. Developers have about two months to submit a 30-second “mini-games” for Eric to “quilt” together into one large game. I volunteered to provide music and sounds for any Indie Quilt game developer who needs it. I also wrote and published 15 30-ish-second songs for developers to choose from.
Hoops by Kitsune Gaming, wrote the music
SHOOT_THINGS by Security Porpoise, wrote one of the two songs in the game
Asteroid Storm by Kitsune Gaming, wrote the music
Sprint by Kitsune Gaming, wrote the music and sound. I also assisted in the coding to speed up the music based on the horizontal velocity.
I played IndieQuilt Clips which includes clips 1, 2, 14, 5, 6 and 9. You can find the full playlist of all the IndieQuilt clips on my SoundCloud page. If you would like to use one of these songs for your IndieQuilt submission, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
I made a new game mode for my Match Em game. In this mode, you have to match as many as you can in 30 seconds. I will soon make a standalone version of this to submit to Indie Quilt.
RPSwipe is coming out for iOS and Android this Friday (8/8/2014). I wrote the song and made the sounds for this game. I will talk about the game and song in my next episode.
I’m also excited about my newest project which is music composition tool called Molecular Music Box. I’ll talk about this two episodes from now. You can try it on tomsnively.com.
I’m also testing out live-streaming on Twitch. You can find my past broadcasts on Twitch.tv/jively.
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