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Jul 8, 2008 | 7:23 PM EDT
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1 MB
1 min 7 sec
4.41 / 5.00

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The final loop for the Mastermind: World Conqueror game music! I decided to add this as a final entry - who notices the Red Alert influence here? :)

This is one of four random loops that plays during Mastermind: World Conqueror. Each loop starts and ends the same way, and every time a loop finishes, the game randomly picks one of the four to play next.

As always, feedback will help me to revise this song and to influence future songs for the game!



Rated 4.5 / 5 stars


ive never heard someone take Frank Klepacki's stile like you
its sounds just like the good old days of RTS.

i think it suits well the theme of mastermind as well.

The-Swain responds:

He was an inspiration, no question about that <3


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Loops flawlessly

Awesome song ^_^
no criticism here


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Very Good

Sounds just like a Sci-Fi game. I would expect to hear this in Starcraft, or Red Alert. Keep composing.

The-Swain responds:

Thank you friend, I shall


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Nice tension keeping tune

When hearing this song, I think of games such as Ufo: Enemy unknown or pandemic II. The songs slow pace fits in any turnbased, future apocalyptic game.


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Love it!

Can't wait to play your game :)

Red Alert was great, but I'm too much of a starcraft whore ^_^

Loops very smoothly, and I like how it sounds like marching is occurring in the background ^_^

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The-Swain responds:

Incidentally, StarCraft is where I learned how to "program" :D All those events and flags firing off to control custom maps kind of got me in the mindset of a programmer early on. If you ever played the Matrix RPG custom map, where one player drives the 'hovercraft' while other players pop into the Matrix to search for civs, and the driver has to describe for the players where to find the current telephone 'exit', then that was one of mine :) That's oldschool tho, like '98.