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8.7 MB
3 min 48 sec
4.38 / 5.00

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This is a purely chiptune and fm synth track I made when Working on a game concept in my spare time. Its supposed to be the ingame music of a stage in a game I want to create one day :D A level where you fight your way through a heavy-armoured battletrain in the desert :D Enjoy!



Rated 5 / 5 stars

Awesome track. Reminds me of Electroman Adventures, in a way.

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

How did you get these synths... O.o

Waterflame responds:

Its alot of diffrent synths. The FM8, Sytrus, VOPM, Bleep, and some Sega megadrive and supernintendo soundfonts


Rated 5 / 5 stars

What can I say? Not much, except that this is awesome, just like all your other tracks, and that it would make a perfect theme for a desert train battle :D

I just think this is going to be an amazing day now :)

Waterflame responds:

Thank you :D


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Haha! That music together with your description makes me remember awesome Rockman(Megaman) Zero ;) There was that... train scene in the desert as well... reminds me so much of it :D You did a very good job with the feel on this one, really. Love it :D (as I do most of your works but meh XD)

Waterflame responds:

thank you :D glad you liked it!


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Yeah! :D Love the funky bass and melody. The instruments you used really fit with the old-fashioned videogame theme. However, I think you've used the instrument at 2:03 before. I understand you're probably really busy, but you seem to recycle some instruments/basslines sometimes. Still, loved the style and form of the piece, and the ending was just climactic enough for me, without being over-the-top. I'm still a big fan. All the best. :)

Waterflame responds:

Thank you! and yes i use the sounds on purpose in this case, its a FM synth used in alot of sega games, i am trying to recreate that sega megadrive feel. i grew up with those sounds :D the basslines however, i have no defence to. haha