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Discover a world of intertwining stories in a handcrafted game set in rural Scotland.
389 backers pledged £5,580 to help bring this project to life.
Sylwia Szydlowska, Nik Sudan, and 8 more people like this update.

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    1. Paweł K. on

      I also like the second theme

    2. Sir Jordi
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      how inspiring...

    3. David Carter on

      The second track is great! My two year old son had a little dance and clap to it this morning. Reminded me a lot of the Ocarina of Time soundtrack - which has a ton of really great lullabies. Yes, the playing is out of tune but hey, they didn't stop Madness. Nor Tim Wheeler (Ash) from singing. Couple of really harsh notes that made me wince but right feeling is there.

    4. jimsparks on

      O.k. I'm going to be the dissenter - I'm not a fan of the tin whistle, mainly because of Hollywood movies from the last decade that quickly turned it from emotional to cliche, this has nothing to do with your virtuosity or the tune in general, it's just the effect it has on me now. Personally, I love the 3 tracks on the main page, with "Tim's Problem" and "Song's By The Fireside" being my fav's. Having said all that - this is YOUR game, and YOUR music. If I've learn't anything form reading about other peoples talent over the years, it's that you do something YOU like first, don't try to pander to other people or emulate other stuff - if you like it, chances are at least some other people will too. Apologies for the rant! Keep up the good work!

    5. Narq on

      Love this. Music can be so overlooked in games. That's a sad thing too, being that the music is likely the most potent factor impacting us emotionally- over both the gameplay and the graphics. It sets up the mood of the game and the mood of its players.

      I have to mention that watching you on the Juno brought back a yearning for my long-gone Juno-106 which I traded for a "modern" digital synth, much to my chagrin.

    6. Jack King-Spooner 3-time creator on

      Gosh, well I can't very well leave it out now, can I? Smile smile! This is really cool to have such feedback and, if you don't mind, I might ask you for your opinions on certain other tracks. That whistle is obnoxiously out of tune like...

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      Emily Stewart on

      Yet another vote for the second track being great. I hope it makes the cut!

    8. FatalSleep on

      Very well done. I wish I had such musical talent...

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      Ryan on

      The second one is really amazing!! I hope it doesn't get left out.

    10. Josh Jordan on

      I like the second one in particular.