It is hard to imagine a company lasting 25 years, especially one focusing on games, however that is exactly the length of time Revolution Software have been delighting us with their fantastic selection of titles over the last quarter of a century.
To celebrate, in March they are releasing a vast box set with all of their released games and a number of interviews and assets for good measure. This box set also features an addition which has surprised me greatly. They have also included a selection of the enhanced music tracks from Beneath A Steel Sky I created as part of my ScummVM Music Enhancement Project. ‘Flattered’ is certainly the word!
Usually when I am mentioned in a magazine, it is covering an article I have written or a video I produced. Recently however, Glyn Madden, Editor of the Yamaha Club Magazine and also a guest at my wedding has kindly notified his members and posted a couple of photos within his latest publication.
Yamaha keyboard and digital pianos feature a range of impressive features that can thrust your musical aspirations into reality, however why not ensure you maximise this potential by watching one of our many tutorial DVDs available from the Yamaha Club.
My attempts to recreate classic point and click adventure game soundtracks on modern hardware and have them playable within the actual games through ScummVM known as the ‘ScummVM Music Enhancement Project‘ has featured in one of Gamer.no’s articles by Erik-André Vik Mamen recently.
My album Anticipation has been available for a couple of years now and I decided to release full length previews of all of my tracks on YouTube and here is the final track from the CD.
‘A New Dawn’ is the tenth track from my album, a composition in an earlier form that originally featured in the ‘Steve Jackson’s Sorcery – The Shamutanti Hills‘ app for iPhone and iPod Touch as the credits music.
This is my favourite track from the CD, so I hope you enjoy it too!