Clark & Dagger has been released for download (free). I worked with Cameron on the music, and also designed the Cogswell Game Dev Club logo that you see when starting up the game (I will post a finalized version of the logo on my site later).
It has been over six months since my last post, so I wanted to give a status update. I’ve laid my hands on a few different projects, including Worlds Apart, the Cogswell blog, “Creeping Forest Stream”, and Clark & Dagger. Details as follows…
Tonight I had the honor of winning the award for best Music Composition at the Cogswell Fusion Awards. beat out six strong entries from other students. I thank everyone who voted for me. It’s truly encouraging to know that, even as a first-term student, I’m getting recognition for my ideas and skill. With the vast amount of knowledge I’m learning at this school, I can only assume next year’s entry will be even better.
As a note, “Fusion Mix” is essentially the same as the original version from my Admission Portfolio but looped/faded. Nevertheless, it’s available from the preceding link.
I Can Has Your Planet? Original Score is now available for free on Bandcamp.
I am also hosting a mirror of the ICHYP? album in lossless quality, should there be any problem with Bandcamp.
This is a two-track score created for I Can Has Your Planet?, a product of Global Game Jam 2011.
My Cogswell Admission Portfolio consists of three music pieces I finished in 2010 that I submitted to Cogswell Polytechnical College for their consideration. The three tracks are as follows:
- SoAm Title Concept
- Jum Alpha Laboratory
- A Nomad Calloused by the Years
These stand as my earliest solo music compositions to be completed. I hope that in the future, I can look back at these to see how far I’ve come!