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Breaker (Original Video game Soundtrack) (DATA080)

by Dubmood

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Tim Stoddard
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Tim Stoddard The game Breaker does a brilliant job at blending the different tracks together to represent the increasing difficulty of the stages. This album isn't able to represent this, but the additional intro and outros of each track are built so well to make the transition between each track appear seamless!
Thomas Werner
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Thomas Werner Not only "video game soundtrack", more like "beautiful concept album". Perfect symbiosis of gameboy-ish chiptune sounds, sweet melodies and modern electronic music. Perfect lounge music for the grown up C64-gamer. Favorite track: Breaker A Movement 03.
jak3px
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jak3px Excellenty crafted tracks for a nice and fresh videogame. A perfect balance between techno-electronics clichés and oldshool chiptune epical harmonies.
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about

Breaker is a game by DANIEL LINSSEN with a weird blend between breakout, space invaders and ikaruga that features an original, responsive soundtrack by DUBMOOD with sound effects by MARTIN KVALE. The game is available through the The 2018 Fantastic Arcade Bundle.

The game version of the soundtrack is divided into two interchangeable set of loops that whose intensitivity mirrors the gameplay. For practical reasons, the non-game version has been split up and given intros and outros.

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released February 28, 2019

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