It requires a lot of people to create a video game nowadays. Programmers to develop the code, Graphic designers to develop the graphics, marketers to promote it, and game testers to ensure the game is bug free just to name a few. One aspect that is very important and often overlooked is music and audio effects. The right music can define your game as it affects the player’s mood and can be used to express different emotions. In fact, if you don’t have the right music in your game it can ruin the game experience.
Music in games are becoming extremely popular, just like how movies release soundtracks many video games have been doing the same thing. Music is also one of the most recognized way to bring back those nostalgic memories of video gaming. When was the last time you heard the Mario theme song? How do you think the Sonic game would be without their iconic background music and sound effects? All of this very important to video game success. Well for all the indie game developers out there, you may be in luck.
RobotSound is a royalty free music store for indie game developers. Finding good music for games on the web can be very tricky and royalty-free is a great way of getting affordable high quality sound. The audio experts at RobotSound have created this site in order to offer the highest quality game sound at the lowest price possible to help indie game developers get an edge against the competition.
The offer developers wide range of audio to choose from from background music to sound effects for gameplay and the user interface. Royalty free game music is useful for both any experienced or up and coming video game designer. In fact audio my be one the most important video game assets often overlooked.
Here is an example of a game using RobotSound’s music and sound effects:
One of the best things about RobotSound’s website is that they organize audio based on specific categories such as background music for Action, Arcade, Adventure, or RPG games. You can also preview the music and sound effects. We highly recommend that anyone who is currently working on a game or even thinking about working on a project that requires audio check them out.