The anonymously titled “Song H” meets the tone and pace of ClockWerx – and really all puzzle games – with aplomb.
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More heartfelt than just a globe, Electronic Arts 3D Atlas uses airy, foreboding music to underscore our planet’s frailty.
Sierra’s Lighthouse: The Dark Being hinges on the dimming hope of the Temple of the Ancient Machines, reflected in a harp melody that runs through the background.
Noctropolis is a very messy game, but Ron Saltmarsh’s opening theme captures the epic heroism it tried so hard for.
The title theme of the DOS version of the role-playing game Obitus prepares you to lose your way while there’s still promise in that idea.
A trip-hop electric piano groove isn’t an obvious choice for shop music in a fantasy RPG, but it fits the mood.
This first Music Highlight is a fan-favorite track from The Labyrinth of Time, “Telecom.” It’s easy to hear why its elaborate electronic jazz vibe caught people’s attention.
The composers behind Traffic Department 2192 crafted an impressive wall of orchestral sound with such a limited palette.