You can now listen to and download the full soundtrack from Blossom Tales: The Sleeping King directly from my Bandcamp! Visit visager.bandcamp.com to purchase.
Here’s what some people had to say about the music:
“Visager absolutely nails it. The music is pleasingly evocative of many SNES classics and fills you with a thirst for adventure.” – keengamer.com
“The music is a beautiful neo-chiptune soundtrack that I found myself humming along with more times than I could count.” – heypoorplayer.com
”With a beautiful score and some of the best pixel art of late short of Owlboy, the world feels truly alive!” – starburstmagazine.com
And don’t forget to pick up your copy of Blossom Tales on Steam!
Big news! Blossom Tales is being released on March 28th, and I’m very excited to have the music for it out in the real world – there are 44 tracks in total! The full soundtrack will be available for purchase with the game itself upon release, or at visager.bandcamp.com which supports me directly. In the meantime, I’ll be posting a new track every Tuesday on SoundCloud. Stay tuned!
Since the beginning of Fall 2016, I’ve been so so excited to be making the score for Castle Pixel and FDG Entertainment’s upcoming action/adventure zelda-like, Blossom Tales! It’s the kind of game I’ve always dreamed of composing for, and it’s been a blast.
If you’re not familiar with Blossom Tales, the game takes place inside a story! A grandfather is reading a late-night book to his two grandkids about Lily, a brand-new knight who’s on a quest to save her king who has fallen to a cursed slumber.
I have so much to say about the game and am happy to answer any questions on twitter – @visagermusic! I’ll be releasing the first of a few preview tracks around the beginning of February!
This album contains sixteen original themes each portraying a different environment or story moment from a non-existent videogame world. The songs are inspired by classic fantasy/adventure/rpg music with specific influences from games like Legend of Zelda, Chronotrigger, Castlevania, Golden Sun, Pokémon, Dragon Warrior, Superbrothers: Sword and Sworcery, and more. These old school sounds combine with more modern samples, soundfonts, and influences to make a blend that feels nice.
Songs from an Unmade World, to me, represents an unfinished project – I would like to see these songs inhabit projects that are yet to be made, or perhaps ones that are in development right now. Over 18,000 people downloaded this album’s predecessor and more are finding it and using it for new projects each day.
In the same spirit as the first album, I am releasing this album as open source as I can. Use of these themes and loops is available to anyone interested in adding them to the worlds they are making as long as they give me credit. Downloads of the album on Bandcamp comes with easily loopable bonus-track versions of the songs you see above.
Other requests for alterations can be made by email.
I hope you enjoy these tracks and the world I’m hinting at through them. I’d love to be reached out to for any feedback or comments. Thanks.