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2.7 MB
1 min 10 sec
4.40 / 5.00

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A simple slow and ambient theme, would be good for a mildly creepy video game.



Rated 5 / 5 stars

Finally! What I've been looking for

Thank you for making me dance the yay-I-finally-got-it song. :D Not that this song doesn't make me have the goosebumps, it's exactly why I'm dancing. :D


Rated 5 / 5 stars

can i

can i use this in roblox for a REALLY creepy ghost house?


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Excellent ambient piece...well done...

Name's Zen and I'm a BIG fan of classical pieces especially pieces like this. This piece was perfect for the crime scene part in Detective Grimoire, which is also one of my favorite games here on Newgrounds. This piece also had a sort of Resident Evil sense to it. Great job...

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TheAmateurAnimator responds:

Thanks. I still can't believe this was used in Grimoire...


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Cool and Creepy!

Get for some thing waiting around the corner to grab you.

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

I like it, and evidently so did the SFB.

Very nicely done, AA. It works very well for what it is -- a BGM track.

I'm really digging the sustain on the strings. They build very nice tension. The harp adds an element of confusion. And the piano in the background adding hits adds even more to the tension.

Overall, a very nice track.

P.S.: I figure I owe ya' a couple of reviews on your work, since you've reviewed mine so long ago. I'm really slow getting on top of reviewing. :P

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TheAmateurAnimator responds:

Whoa, I didn't expect the SFB to use my piece, and I didn't expect a review from you. Thanks for all the praise!