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Add a bit of 8-Bit goodness to your projects!

 

8 Bit Retro Rampage is a collection of over 1000 carefully-edited, ready-to-use royalty-free wav files that span many game genres. The sounds themselves are all reminiscent of the early days of videogames, but still have their place in today's world. A demonstration of the kinds of sounds that are available in this pack (and an idea of how they will sound once implemented in an actual game) can be found here:

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_3iu-ucE_4Q

 

The sounds are all separated out into folders for ease of use. Within the zip file, you will find folders for these types of sounds:

 

Alarms (looping "alarm"-type effects)

Demos (some examples of how the sounds would sound in an actual game)

Ambience (background weather and animal sounds)

Electricity (a selection of sparking and zapping sounds)

Explosions (a variety of different explosions of different sizes, styles and perspectives)

Jingles (some very short pieces of music to use for typical events in a game, such as "player death" or "level success")

Movements (bounces, falls, impacts, jumps, whooshes, footsteps and foley)

Objects (things being hit, destroyed, or otherwise interacted with)

Sports (crowds and hits)

UI (button presses, "collect" sounds, "error", "magic", "powerup", "scoring", and "timer")

Vehicles (cars, aeroplanes, helicopters, motorcycles, rockets, sirens, horns, tyre skids, etc.)

Vocals (robots, humans, monsters)

Weapons (guns, lasers, swords, bombs, whips, etc.)

 

 

The wavs themselves have been precisely edited so they can be used in their original, uncompressed form without wasting memory. The loop points are sample-accurate, and will not click or glitch when looped (in uncompressed form).

 

 

 

For more information, feel free to mail info AT redbuttonaudio.co.uk



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OK, but what are the legal ramifications, if any, for using these audio files in a commercial game? You state royalty-free, but are they for sure? Are they remakes of some original sounds or are they the real things "remastered"? Just curious.

OK, but what are the legal ramifications, if any, for using these audio files in a commercial game? You state royalty-free, but are they for sure? Are they remakes of some original sounds or are they the real things "remastered"? Just curious.

Yep, royalty-free. Use them however you want. The sounds aren't remakes of any particular videogame sound effects. Mostly, they are recreations of real (or otherwise useful) sounds, using synthesis. There's a wide variety of sounds in the pack (see the description) as well as the usual collection/scoring effects.




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