ReMix: Missile Master "Frozen Hotslug"
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I'm happy to announce our fourth OverClocked ReMix OST release! Kunal Majmudar, aka ktriton, aka one of the two directors of Heroes vs. Villains, composed the music to Missile Master, a Missile Command-style game for iPhone/iPod/iPad, and we're happy to be getting some additional eyes & ears on it. Please download & help us seed the torrent, and chime in on the review thread with your feedback! Kunal writes:
"Javelin is an independent Malaysian/Norwegian software development company, specializing in creating games and applications for iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch. Missile Master was in the initial launch for the iPad. The team has really been great to work with... great game, lots of creative freedom for me, and reasonable deadlines! The game itself is a fun, retro-style point-and-shoot that hails back to the old Missile Command game on Atari, but with a few upgrades in the gameplay, visuals, humor, and - of course - music."
I bought the iPad version for the reasonable price of $0.99 and it's good, simple, nostalgic times, with music that modernizes the setting and makes things more dramatic. Check out the trailer, which features alien-made crop circle middle finger action. HvV co-conspirator Mazedude actually chimed in on voice acting for the game itself, and also provides us with a short-but-sweet ReMix of the Ice level theme:
"This one's something special. Firstly, it's a remix of a piece originally composed by my friend Kunal Majmudar, for the Missile Master video game. Secondly, it's the first time I've remixed the music from a game that I'm actually in. Yes, I did some of the voice work on this one. :)"
Undulating bass, gravelly static, smooth beats, and percolating FX create an icy swamp of texture before the heavier beatdrop @ 1'09"; the arrangement plays it fairly close to the original, but makes things a bit darker & more industrial, which was probably a good direction to go. Thanks to Kunal for allowing us to publish his work, and Mazedude for providing a ReMix; hopefully you'll be seeing more free OST releases on OCR this year, as it's something we think adds value and illustrates the awesome work many community artists are doing!
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