Amayirot Akago

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  1. Pretty sweet! I've yet to play SC2 but we definitely need more covers of songs from games like these. Love the synth sound, very heavy and droning and the added dialogues are a nice touch.
  2. If we're talking point & click, Scratches is a very impressive example of how to do horror and atmosphere right.
  3. YES, another Larry remix We so need more Sierra coverage. Everyone, get out there, do Space Quest, Quest For Glory, King's Quest, there's a goldmine of untapped potential out there. I'm not the biggest fan of the vocals in this track, but they don't break it for me either. Love the style, definitely kept the whimsical feel of the original.
  4. About damn time we got some more retro PC game covers Love the techno sound on this one, even if it does feel a bit busy, particularly with the added clips of SHODAN, but I can dig it either way.
  5. Never played this game, but it's great to see some more PC stuff being done Like the song, very upbeat.
  6. So I just learned of this game's existence today (well, almost existence considering it was never released) and despite its crappiness, it actually has some pretty sweet music. I'd love to hear a remix of the 2nd stage music especially, maybe done in the style of a cheesy 80's action movie soundtrack. Found an SPC rip right here for reference: http://snesmusic.org/v2/profile.php?profile=set&selected=2528 And made an MP3 rip as well: https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/57502026/71_Fred%20Porter%20-%20Alloy%20Processing%20Center.mp3
  7. And FTL. http://store.steampowered.com/app/212680/
  8. This is the remix I've been waiitng for all my life. It rocks!
  9. About time somebody did more remixes of this awesome soundtrack I like what I hear so far. Backing track does get a bit overpowering near the beginning, and the ending is kind of abrupt. Nevertheless, good job
  10. Bag full of candy, cylinder labyrinth puzzle, pin art, joke-a-day calendar, small safe disguised as an English dictionary, cinema coupon, and 75 Euros in cash.
  11. A good friend of mine has set up a Kickstarter for an puzzle adventure game he's hoping to make, where you play as a dog and follow his life living with a family throughout several years. The goal's only $1,500 for a Unity Pro license, and there's several nifty stretch goals, including donations to animal charities. So please, spare every little bit you can The goal's shown in kroner because of technical issues, but it's otherwise legit. https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1557682501/scraps-story-of-a-dog?ref=category_location
  12. The Neverhood. If you can find a copy on eBay or wherever, it's well worth the effort, especially now that it's supported by ScummVM and can run on virtually any computer. It's absolutely stunning to look at and listen to, it's funny, and it'll exercise their brainpans with the puzzles.
  13. Still haven't put out anything, nor have I thought of anything good, so I'm gonna drop out for this round too. Sorry.
  14. I love this! Kinda sounds like what a Hans Zimmer-ized take on the FFVII soundtrack would be.
  15. I thought it was harmless fun, mostly enjoyed it for the action and Electro (particularly cause of his awesome - if somewhat cheesy - theme music). Kinda miffed that Rhino was relegated to a last-minute cameo even though he's on the fricking poster.
  16. This instantly became one of my favorite tracks from this site. Simply glorious.
  17. Yeah, I'm not exactly sure either how well my rendition will stack up to someone like Brandon, but hey, at least I tried
  18. Don't see my name among the entrants. I'm still on for this as well, though
  19. I'll be keeping an eye out for this Hopefully I won't scare off too many people with my "skills"
  20. Finally, I'm not alone anymore! (still a considerable divide between us, but yeah)
  21. So lonely in my little Netherlands...
  22. It's not bad, but could've used a bit more variation to set it apart from the original song. Plus it ends kinda abruptly.
  23. Some of my favorites right now: Caddicarus: a hilarious and insightful British reviewer focusing mainly on PS1 titles. Very much in the same vein as JonTron and PeanutButterGamer. IkiFoo: Exceptionally under-appreciated adventure game reviewer from Glasgow. Needs more love, his reviews are excellent. Lazy Game Reviews: Great laid back reviewer who focuses a lot on old-school PC stuff, and has a penchant for anything related to The Sims.
  24. Respect for making a remix of this game. It definitely deserves more love. A very nice upbeat rocking rendition of a pretty understated tune, and I can certainly dig it.