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Saturday, September 3, 2011

 

Shockwave-Sound.com music making good in Aralon

From time to time we get whiff of a project where we think our music is part of something really pretty cool, so we want to brag about it a little bit. :-)

Aralon: Sword and Shadow HD is a role playing game for the iPhone and iPad that looks and plays more like what we've got used to from the PC, X-Box, Mac and Playstation over the last few years. Developed by Crescent Moon Games, Aralon features HD graphics, lots of quests, character customization, mounts, dungeons and caves and pretty much everything you've come to expect from a good quality fantasy RPG. There's a full inventory system, various fighting techniques and you can play as a Human, Elf or Troll.

Crescent Moon Games licensed royalty-free music from Shockwave-Sound.com including the fantasy / medieval style music track Fairy Winds composed by Bjorn Lynne and several others for this great iPad game. Check it out in the Apple App Store:  Aralon: Sword and Shadow HD

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Comments:
To clarify, this game was developed by Galoobeth Games in partnership with Crescent Moon Games. Ultimately, the soundtrack was indeed licenced from you guys and is absolutely fantastic.

Sam Jabr
Co-Founder - Galoobeth Games, LLC
 
Okay Sam, thanks for the clarification.
 
Did you by any chance re-use the music in monsters' den (a game that's been on kongregate.com for about 5 years) for the music in the city of callaheim? I'm 100% sure that I've heard that particular track in the aformentioned game.
 
Hi Anonymous, it's quite possible that my music has been used in Monster's Den and in Aralon as well, because I haven't sold the music exclusively to any company, so two companies may have licensed it and used it for two separate games.
 
Could you list the music that was used in Aralon? All of the tracks?
 

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