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I felt it was important to study game design in a formal setting, so I took a course on game development with Finnish company Alpenwolf. As part of the course I did the music and sound effects for Elveteka, an action game based on Karateka for Apple II.
Elveteka follows the Elven protagonist through several environments, each with its own music. At the end he battles orc warlord Gwarzul, who of course gets a heavy metal theme song. The game required a full sound track and was a lot of fun to make. Here’s a promo clip:
Here’s what producer Tief Blau had to say about me:
“Jared was a pleasure to work with. He was very reliable in getting the work done on time, flexible in responding to changes in design or direction, and capable of working independently without direct supervision.”
Play it here:
Here’s another game I did music and sound effects for as part of the Alpenwolf Devgame course. It was a lot of fun to make but we’re not releasing it. Nonetheless, it’s a great way to show how I write music for casual games.