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Posted 17 March 2017 - 08:51 PM

Hi everyone!  :D

I am pretty new to the GameDev forums, and I must say, I'm really liking all of the neat content that I am seeing all over the forums. In an attempt to wiggle my way into the community, I wanted to link a pair of songs I made using OpenMPT.

I don't have a set-in-stone video game I am currently developing, but I definitely have ideas. I think, with a little bit of love, these could serve as a good combat theme.

Without further ado, here they are: The first link is supposed to be a simpler, "tutorial" kind of combat theme. This would play while the player is running through their first fight. The second one would be played shortly after once they are thrown into a real combat situation. They are both relatively short, and in my opinion, a bit repetitive. (They are also meant to be looped - thus explaining the abrupt stops)

https://soundcloud.com/pixelated_dog/strike/s-hNVwT

https://soundcloud.com/pixelated_dog/strike-now/s-sDFZM

As I said, they seem to be a bit on the short and repetitive side. I'm not the best at figuring out what I should do to improve these yet, so I would really appreciate any feedback anyone has to offer. I hope you enjoy them!






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