Game Soundtrack Groupee Remixed and Chiptune + Charity 3 bundles

It’s been quite a while since the last article about Groupees’ Damned bundle and I almost forgot about their other bundles (not only to review but to buy), so it’s high time to promote the great site a bit more.

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As there’s less than a day left until these offers expire, I’ll just provide a quick list of the various albums. More information can be found when clicking on the individual covers on the respective sites or simply watching the trailers. With a minimum price of just 1 dollar for each bundle, these shouldn’t be missed, especially when you like to support charities as well.

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Chiptune + Charity 3 offers an expansive selection of chiptunes with the Chipzel Starter Pack, Kartmaze’s Seven Journeys to a New Home, the Xyce Collection, Data Airlines’ Dubmoods Edits, Snesei’s Kawaii Deluxe Bundle and 505’s Interlude. Additionally unlocked are Dubmood’s Lost Floppies Vol. 1, an0va’s The Teaching Machine, the Square Tune Magician Mix and 505’s Fallen Into Oblivion.

Some artist names might sound familiar to those who’ve read the Indie Royale articles, and there’s certainly a lot of variety in different music styles here, not to mention that it’s great to try these out for a very small price.

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Game Soundtrack Groupee Remixed includes Daniel Sadowski’s Darkout, Robert J Nolasco’s RADicalROACH, Toxic Games’ Q.U.B.E. OSTs, Ben Briggs’ and Nathan Becker’s aka ectogemia’s Animal Crossing Remix, Joshua Morse’s Ridge Racer Arrange 2013, The OneUps’ Super Mario Kart Remix and Austin Wintory’s Horn OST. Recent unlocks are Luke Whittaker’s soundtrack (plus 4 unreleased tracks) of Lume and Justin Vanhaverbeck’s Maklibek Collection which has remixes of Pokemon, Metal Gear Solid and Zelda among others.

This is quite an interesting compilation of well-known game soundtrack remixes and some more obscure indie titles and provides another great offering of different music styles for mainstream and indie games fans.

If you liked reading this article, make sure you pay a visit to Future Sack which kindly features it as well, and every Facebook LIKE or comment is appreciated :).

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About nufafitc

Being an avid gamer, cinemaniac, and bookworm in addition to other things the internet and new media present, I'm also very much into DIY music, rock and pop in particular. Writing short or longer pieces about anything that interests me has always made me happy. As both an editor for German website "Adventure-Treff" and UK website "Future Sack", I like to write reviews and news about recent developments in the movies, games and book industry.
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