For this challenge we replaced audio to the game Unseen by clockworkacorn http://clockworkacorn.com/games/. All we needed to do is download the game and replace the existing audio files.
My entry will be posted soon! I didn’t manage to enter 🙁
For this challenge we added sound to a 1min video of a horror game. The video and game provided a great challenge for us to provide the mood and scare factor!
If you don’t know Toward the light by @TheFuntastic then I strongly encourage you to play the game first! Seriously, stop reading now and go play it.
Lastly, here is my entry:
For this challenge we added sound to a 1min video of a kid-friendly game (Little big planet). This needed to appeal to a younger crowd so needed to snap, crackle and pop with enthusiasm!
Sadly I didn’t manage to get an entry into this comp 🙁
The Premise… You’ve started your job working on Defenders-craft making sweet sounds for the game. You are told that the game is being themed for the festive season, and as the newbie, the job falls on you to design appropriate sounds… Naturally you hate this. This goes against everything you stand for (or maybe its your irrational fear candy canes). This is the most cheesy, foul, greedy and stereotypically AAA task you’ve ever had to do.
So you’ll give them their bells, chimes, choirs and *shudder* candy cane clangs, but you’re not going to like it and you’re not going to do it the way they want. This is going to be festive… with a difference.Check out my entry below:
After the success of the last Sound Challenge I organized I thought it was time for another one. This time we were adding sound to an intro video for a game. The sample video given was a clip for Dustforce. We got a whopping 8 entries this time! Check out my entry below:
I decided to try organize a Sound Challenge at MakeGamesSA and it was pretty successful for its first time (a whole three entries!). The aim of the challenge was to provide sound effects, music or both for a video clip from a game, kinda like this. The games clips chosen were of Monaco and Sumotori.
For my entry I chose the Monaco clip, check it out in the video below.
I have once again teamed up with Richard Pieterse on a game he is developing called Escape Velocity (playable on his personal website). This time around I am the creator of the music and sound effects for the game. This is the first time I have tried my hand at creating sound effects and the second time I have created music. This was thoroughly enjoyable and you can hear the music I made on SoundCloud.
This is also the first time my music has been featured somewhere, when the game went to the Amaze festival in Berlin.