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Speedball 2 HD

little scale - Drill The Hand EP

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Sound of Games - Games Music History

Speedball 2 HD

Speedball 2 HD is a modern reincarnation on the classic, futuristic cyberpunk sports game Speedball, originally developed by the Bitmap Brothers and first released for the Atari ST in 1990. A brutal mix of handball and ice hockey placed at break-neck pace. Now Tower Studios, Vivid Games and The Bitmap Brothers have created a glorious fusion of classic gameplay and modern technology to launch this game into the 21st century.

In 2326, rival gangs formed an ultra-violent street sports league called Speedball to settle their deadly disputes. Two teams face each other in bloody battles for a steel ball: Nine on nine ñ in an all-out rush on the opponentsí goal. Almost any malicious move is permitted. The winner of the matches secures supremacy over the city. The highly anticipated PC revival to the legendary Amiga classic transforms the futuristic game setting with state-of-the-art technology into a high-speed sports spectacle. There are a huge variety of game modes and options - quick matches, single player tournaments, one-on-one multiplayer and full career mode. Your ultimate mission is to assemble your own Speedball team to win the Speedball Intergalactic Champions League and bring the greatest prize in Speedball back to Earth. Choose from 28 teams across 6 new Speedball Arenas, Speedball 2 HD includes all the intense gameplay of the original with new teams, more formations and in particular the new Fire, Ice and Cyber teams.

System Requirements: OS: Windows XP (SP3), Windows Vista (SP2), Windows 7, Windows 8. Processor: AMD Athlon 64 4000+ (2600 MHz) or Intel Pentium D 950 Extreme (3400 MHz) Memory: 1 GB RAM Graphics: ATi Radeon X1300 Pro, NVIDIA GeForce 6200 TurboCache or Intel HD Graphics DirectX: Version 9.0c Hard Drive: 300 MB available space Sound Card: DirectX 9.0c compatible.

little scale - Drill The Hand EP

what is up buddy Play
drill the hand Play
eyeball Play
destroy Play

little-scale proudly presents a dark, experimental trap-influenced release. Stay safe and enjoy!

little-scale has a PhD in chip music, and has played in New York, Mumbai, Tokyo and Melbourne at events such as TechFest, Blip Festival, Sound Bytes and Square Sounds. He makes things that make music.

Retro Arcade Adventure Remade

Retro styled Hack and Slash action with a fire breathing variety of Power Ups and huge bosses. Retro Arcade Adventure Remade is a one screen hack and slash arcade type game.

You are running around on one screen and hack your way through waves of enemies. There are over the top Power Ups that will help you in special ways, like transformin you into a giant dragon and let you breath fire all over the place and your enemies heads.

System Requirements: Mircosoft Windows XP AMD Athlon XP 2600+ 1.92GHz 1,25 GB RAM NVIDIA GeForce FX 5200

Requires Microsoft XNA Framework Redistributable 4.0

and at least .NET Framework 4.0

Diode Milliampere - YMF262

Aquarius Play
ADR1FT Play
Mutable Signs Play
XM1SS1ON Play
On Planet Zaxxon Play
NULL Play

Diode’s latest EP, YMF262, is named after his laptop’s sound chip, which uses FM synthesis, a method that’s often perceived as sounding sterile. But on tracks such as the watershed “Aquarius,” which has garnered more than 400,000 YouTube plays, he coaxes extraordinary warmth and expressiveness from his digital axe—the track sounds as good as any big-budget EDM production. And the rest of the nearly 15-minute EP doesn’t disappoint, running the gamut from bouncy pop (“On Planet Zaxxon”) to brief mood pieces (“ADR1FT”) and experiments in sound design (“NULL”).

Diode Milliampere: Active member of Chicago’s electronic-music scene. Fixture in the chiptune community. Internet celebrity?

Well, he did make it to the front page of Reddit. And a February profile on Vice’s Thump site raves about his “thick, futuristic dance jams that are too rich to simply be called ‘chiptune’,” noting the music’s “depth and complexity.” And guess what? He pulls all this off using a tiny, 15-year-old laptop on tracker software running in MS-DOS.

Sound of Games - Games Music History

Rob Hubbard - Commando Play
Martin Galway - Green Beret - Loading Music Play
Rob Hubbard - Monty on the Run Play
Rob Hubbard - International Karate Play
Rob Hubbard - The Last V8 Play
Martin Galway - Parallax Play
Jim Cuomo, Bill Williams - Defender of The Crown - Medley Play
Chris Huelsbeck - Soldier! - Level 3 Play
Ben Daglish - The Last Ninja - Wilderness Play
Martin Galway - Arkanoid Play
Martin Galway - Wizball - Hi-Score Play
Chris Huelsbeck - Giana Sisters - Main Title Play
Chris Huelsbeck - Rock'n'Roll - Take Off Song Play
Chris Huelsbeck - Turrican C64 - Ingame 1 Play
Chris Huelsbeck - Apydia - Credits Play
Chris Huelsbeck - Super Turrican - Factory Action Play
Tommy Tallarico - Earthworm Jim - Falling Play
Tommy Tallarico - Earthworm Jim - Subterranean Play
Pearl's Peril - Medley Play
Celtic Tribes - The great Feast Play
Swords & Spells - Maintheme Play
Ghostcontrol Inc. - City Cruise Play
Putty Squad - Wizard's frozen Garden Play
Days of Dawn - Maintheme Play
Ken Melville, Sound of Games - Wings Remastered Edition - Medley Play
Chris Huelsbeck - Bonus Track: On the Run Play

Computec Media is celebrating its 25th birthday with “Games Music History”, a compilation of some of the greatest classics of video game music – including Rob Hubbard, Martin Galway, Ben Daglish, Chris Huelsbeck and Sound of Games.

The idea of Sound of Games was born in 2009 to create the best game music in the world. We work on top of the latest innovations in technology and business models. Hollywood orchestras, class A musicians and high end studio gear are the standard for the premium game music that we produce. Every piece of game music is an exclusive, handcrafted masterpiece and never used twice. We perform our popular game music live on the stages of the big international Game Events and make them available on online music platforms.

Right now, Sound of Games has more than 50 Mio. listeners every month (May 2014). The following titles by Sound of Games have hit the German Game Charts and Music Charts:

­ Games Music History:

8 in the soundtrack charts, #30 dance & electro charts

­ Lords & Knights:

This game already has over 6.000.000 downloads and went into the Top 10 grossing iOS Charts in 42 Countries.

­ Celtic Tribes:

Launched in 2012, Celtic Tribes went into the top hundred in 41 countries. Our Original Soundtrack went #1 on Amazon top risers and #4 in the Folk Music Charts.

­ The Last Ninja:

On C64, The Last Ninja has been the bestselling game of all times. Sound of Games’ remix became #19 in the dance charts.

­ Sound of Games Vol.I:

Our first album went #23 in the soundtrack charts and was the world’s first game music with a chart entry ever!

Chester

Dynablaster Revenge

Dynablaster Revenge OST

Remute - Classics

Nation 12 - Electrofear

Chester

Chester is a 2D platformer with over 10 unlockable characters, a light RPG element and leveling up system, loads of unlockables, around 50 levels, and 8 “styles” that allow the player to change the look of the game at will. These styles include sketchbook, 8-bit, LCD, blueprints, and many more. They also each give a unique gameplay bonus to the player. The game also includes 4 difficulty levels so that almost anyone can beat the game or get a very challenging experience out of it.

System Requirements: OS: Microsoft Windows XP / Vista / Seven / Eight Processor: Intel Dual Core 1.4 Ghz Memory: 512 Mb Video Card: 256 Mb, Shader Model 2.0, c support for DirectX 9.0 Sound Card: Sound device compatible with DirectX 9.0

Dynablaster Revenge

Dynablaster Revenge is a remake of the title Dynablaster, released by Hudson Soft in 1991. The goal of this remake is to keep the original game-play as untouched as possible while adding some new features such as networked multiplayer and real-time 3D rendering. In case you’re not yet familiar with the original game goal, it’s quite simple: Bomb all other players from the screen. Either by collecting flame extras to increase the bomb radius or by picking up bomb extras in order to have more bombs to drop you’re able to surround your enemies with your bombs, or blow them away with clever bomb chain reactions.

System Requirements: To run the game you need a video-card with OpenGL 3.0 support and at least 512MB of video memory.

It works properly with the following cards: - Nvidia Geforce GTX 560 Ti - Nvidia Geforce 8800 GTS - Nvidia Geforce 9600 GT - AMD Radeon HD 6850 - AMD Radeon HD 7750 - Intel HD Graphics 4000

If the required OpenGL features are not available, the game will not start and you’ll just see a message box. In this case it can help to update the video driver. Also make sure you’re using a driver from the video card vendor and not, for example, Microsoft’s default driver.

Dynablaster Revenge OST

Daxx - Dynablaster Title Play
Daxx - Eike Steffen Dynablaster Remix Play
Daxx - Rough Play
Svennzon - Dynablaster Theme Play
Svennzon - Dynablaster Theme 2 Play
Sunspire - Bomberman Action Play
Daxx - Double The Wobble Play
Romeo Knight - Dynablaster Revenge Play
Keito - Flextro Boogie Play
Keito - Street Damage Play
Netpoet - Sir Bomb-A-Lot Play
Skaven - Complaints Of The Privileged Play
JCO - Dynablast Play
Cold Storage - Spatial Awareness Play
Neojin (C.C.Catch) - Peace, Love and Bombs Play

The Dynablaster Revenge OST is a compilation of remixes as well as new tracks from some of the most well-known artists of the demoscene. It contains remixes of the original Dynablaster soundtrack - amongst others, a remix from Romeo Knight who created the original Dynablaster OST. Also a lot of fresh tracks varying from punk to dubstep from scene legends like Skaven, JCO or C.C.Catch are included.

Original Game Soundtrack to Dynablaster Revenge.

Remute - Classics

5000 Euro Play
Agitatio Play
Hypnoconsole Play
Brainwash FM Play
War Es Nicht Play
Not Sad Anymore (Unreleased Mix) Play
Steady Engine Play
The Journey Play
Zwiebel Play
Zuendli Play
Mit Freundlichen Fuessen Play
Noone Play
Crackin' Skulls Play
Super Mario Was My Most Important Teacher Play
Slut? Play
Klemme Play
No Reason To Be Angry Play
Expired Play
Bring Me To The Place Where The Truth Is Play
Visit Play
Aether Play
Bounce23 Play
Sad Little Inhuman Thing Play
Wahrheit Play

‘Classics.’ pulls together highlights from the early era of Remute’s career, going all the way back to his first record (Hypnoconsole) and trawling through later releases on Traum, Tresor, Mote-Evolver and Dial among others. Many of these have only been available on vinyl until now, and a handful of tracks are previously unreleased. 24 of Remute’s finest techno bangers in one handy package — that’s classic.

Remute is not just the owner of the www-domain ‘Techno.xxx’, but also for sure one of the most productive, energetic and eclectic protagonists of this genre : Since his teenage days the Belgrade-born producer released his music on legendary record-labels like Tresor, Traum or Bedrock and sharpened his reputation as a creator of unconventional, but sure-shot-dancefloorfillers! Besides countless, worldwide gigs at festivals, raves and cult-clubs like Berghain, he is also a very well-known and popular remixer for artists like Kid Alex aka Boys Noize, GusGus, Justin Robertson, Daniel Avery or Solomun; furthermore he is still the world record holder concerning the longest remix (60 minutes of pure acid-madness for ‘Oculus’ from Iceland!) in dance-music-history. His own productions got remixed by artists like Paul Kalkbrenner, DJ Rush, Aka Aka, Snuff Crew or Legowelt. Remute had his final breakthrough in 2008 when he launched his own, self-titled, label ‘Remute’ : Its first release ‘Zuendli’ triggered an unprecedented wave of techno-euphoria and the catchy, thrilling helicopter-sounds caused clubber’s jaw clenching and teeth grinding for many years. More distinctive releases followed in the 2010s like ‘The Orgy’ (including a sample of his own blood with each of the limited album editions), ‘Cowbell Mania’ (the ultimate cowbell-sampling-massacre), ‘‘Lampuca For Me’ ( thanks to Erol Alkan’s heavy support on BBC a massive genre-bending hit) or his recent album ‘Theme Tunes For 10 Games Never Made’ which successfully build an overdue bridge between videogaming and clubbing (just listen to its lead-track ‘Gravity?’) and made Remute tour the world with synth-modified gameconsoles and Commodore Amiga homecomputers… His probably most ambitious opus is called ‘REMUTE24’ and is a neverending weekly series of songs linked to news-headlines and zeitgeist : Danceable stories about rapping US-presidents, big strikes, zig zag stock exchange trouble and even a 24 hour long ambient epic! What will happen next?! Currently he is working on a brandnew album scheduled for 2015 featuring many interesting, unexpected cooperations and concepts weirder than David Lynch meeting Alejandro Jodorowsky for a Super Mario Kart match and a cup of DMT-tea.

Nation 12 - Electrofear

Nation 12 Play
She Was Play
Shadow Dancing Play
Florian Play
Electrofear Play
Listen To The Drummer Play
Leaving Play
Into The Wonderland Play
Cities of Light Play
Your Kisses Burn Play
Remember Play
Concrete, Bulletproof, Invisible Play
Invisible Woman Play
Electrofear (Alternative Mix) Play
Invisible Woman (Electronic Mix) Play
Remember (Sub Dub Mix) Play

John Foxx and Bomb the Bass’ Tim Simenon went on to work with Shem McAuley, Kurt Rogers and Simon Rogers on what would become the Electrofear album. Unfortunately the album was never finished, despite releasing two singles (“Remember” and “Electrofear”) and it remained unreleased until 2005. Good cassette recordings of the Electrofear material finally surfaced courtesy of a dedicated long-time Foxx fan, and went on to become the final CD issue of the Nation 12 project.

Electrofear is an unusual collection of finished tracks and rough demos, built around heavy drum loops with occasional injections of hip hop and early 90s dance influence. Electrofear fills a large gap in Foxx’s musical career, and several tracks, “Cities of Light 1”, “Leaving”, “Concrete, Bulletproof, Invisible” and “Invisible Women” later went on to be fully formed songs on Foxx’s solo albums, Shifting City and The Pleasures of Electricity. Tracks such as “Nation 12” and “Remember” formed the foundations for the style of Foxx’s future work, with a harder hitting electronic edge, yet the vocal tracks on Electrofear still manage to echo a psychedelic style similar to The Golden Section.

The incomplete or ‘demo’ feel to some of the tracks comes as no surprise and actually adds to the charm of this much longed-for recording. Kraftwerk homage “Florian” is one of several standout tracks, along with “Into the Wonderful”, “She Was” and “Your Kisses Burn”. These tracks also have the makings of fantastic, long lost pop songs, with Foxx on full form as a vocalist.

In 1989 John Foxx collaborated with Tim Simenon of Bomb the Bass, on a musical project called Nation 12, and although two singles were released, the album never saw completion, although one track, “Into the Wonderful” was sampled for a popular video game, Gods.

Remute Live Streaming DJ Set

Remute Live Streaming DJ Set

Remute Live DJ Set will be streamed on THIS page at 23:00 Central European Time on Thursday June, 19 and will be available for download afterward.

Remute is not just the owner of the www-domain ‘Techno.xxx’, but also for sure one of the most productive, energetic and eclectic protagonists of this genre : Since his teenage days the Belgrade-born producer released his music on legendary record-labels like Tresor, Traum or Bedrock and sharpened his reputation as a creator of unconventional, but sure-shot-dancefloorfillers! Besides countless, worldwide gigs at festivals, raves and cult-clubs like Berghain, he is also a very well-known and popular remixer for artists like Kid Alex aka Boys Noize, GusGus, Justin Robertson, Daniel Avery or Solomun; furthermore he is still the world record holder concerning the longest remix (60 minutes of pure acid-madness for ‘Oculus’ from Iceland!) in dance-music-history. His own productions got remixed by artists like Paul Kalkbrenner, DJ Rush, Aka Aka, Snuff Crew or Legowelt. Remute had his final breakthrough in 2008 when he launched his own, self-titled, label ‘Remute’ : Its first release ‘Zuendli’ triggered an unprecedented wave of techno-euphoria and the catchy, thrilling helicopter-sounds caused clubber’s jaw clenching and teeth grinding for many years. More distinctive releases followed in the 2010s like ‘The Orgy’ (including a sample of his own blood with each of the limited album editions), ‘Cowbell Mania’ (the ultimate cowbell-sampling-massacre), ‘‘Lampuca For Me’ ( thanks to Erol Alkan’s heavy support on BBC a massive genre-bending hit) or his recent album ‘Theme Tunes For 10 Games Never Made’ which successfully build an overdue bridge between videogaming and clubbing (just listen to its lead-track ‘Gravity?’) and made Remute tour the world with synth-modified gameconsoles and Commodore Amiga homecomputers… His probably most ambitious opus is called ‘REMUTE24’ and is a neverending weekly series of songs linked to news-headlines and zeitgeist : Danceable stories about rapping US-presidents, big strikes, zig zag stock exchange trouble and even a 24 hour long ambient epic! What will happen next?! Currently he is working on a brandnew album scheduled for 2015 featuring many interesting, unexpected cooperations and concepts weirder than David Lynch meeting Alejandro Jodorowsky for a Super Mario Kart match and a cup of DMT-tea.

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Remute - Classics

‘Classics.’ pulls together highlights from the early era of Remute’s career, going all the way back to his first record (Hypnoconsole) and trawling through later releases on Traum, Tresor, Mote-Evolver and Dial among others. Many of these have only been available on vinyl until now, and a handful of tracks are previously unreleased. 24 of Remute’s finest techno bangers in one handy package — that’s classic.

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