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Minti Kids Dress Up Luca – Original Music & Vocalisation

October 28, 2013 in Compositions, Game Soundtrack, Guney Ozsan, News, Video Game Music, Vocalisation

I composed original music and made the vocalisation for the children’s game “Minti Kids Dress Up Luca“. The game is published for iPhone and iPad by Minti Kids.

I used my own voice for the vocalisation of the teddy bear Luca. Luca either cheers up or be surprised when you dress him up, gets angry when you take away one of his clothes, and blinks an eye or get bored if you make him wait. Luca’s voice also accompany the menu music as if he is accompanying the song early in the morning while getting ready. In order to add some clumsiness when music settles down Luca becomes surprised and feels difficulty keeping up with the music, and when the music animates Luca becomes relaxed and joins the music.

In the game, we help cute teddy bear Luca to choose its dress and we create our own unique fashion. After dressing up Luca it is possible to take pictures of your children together with Luca using the built-in camera. Suitable for ages 2 and up, accompanied with joyful music and animation Luca may become a close friend of your kid’s.

You can download the game from iTunes:
iTunes: Minti Kids Dress Up Luca

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Minti Kids Fruits & Veggies – Original Music & SFX

August 21, 2013 in Compositions, Game Soundtrack, Guney Ozsan, News, Video Game Music

I composed original music and made the sound effects (except vocals) for the children’s game “Minti Kids Fruits & Veggies“. The game is published for iPhone and iPad by Minti Kids.

In the game, kids can choose between four seasons and solve three pieces of simple mix & match puzzle to discover which fruits & vegetables grow in which season. As kids solve these puzzles, they learn the name of fruits & vegetables by hearing its pronunciation and seeing how they are written. Suitable for ages 3 and up, the game brings lovely fruit and vegetable characters, joyful music, kid-friendly illustrations, English, French, Turkish and Arabic pronunciations.

You can download the game from iTunes:
iTunes: Minti Kids Fruits & Veggies

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Rad Skater Apocalypse Game is Now For Free

August 14, 2013 in Analog Sheep, Compositions, Game Soundtrack, Guney Ozsan, Music, News, Video Game Music

In 2012, I made three Amiga inspired retro pieces for the soundtrack of the game Rad Skater Apocalypse and published them under my electronic music project Analog Sheep. The game has now been released in a FREE version “Rad Skater Apocalypse Boom!”. Now it’s a universal build that works on iPad and iPhone.

You can download the game for free here: Rad Skater Apocalypse Boom! on iTunes

Rad Skater Apocalypse is the first game of independent developer Murray Lorden (Muzboz Games) from Australia. Murray has worked for 10 years in the Melbourne games industry, and has now packed his knapsack, and set off for his own indie adventures.

Check it out, if you haven’t played it already. It starts off gently, and introduces the new baddies, hazards and powers as you clock up some more point, so give it a go for a few minutes and things start to heat up. :) Once you’ve unlocked stuff, it stays unlocked, so you don’t have to sit through the quiet bit after that.

And here is the soundtrack EP that I made for Rad Skater Apocalypse. It includes all the three tracks from the game plus the bonus track “I Miss My Amiga 500“, a vintage tribute to the Amiga era.

If you want to download mp3 or add Rad Skater Apocalypse Soundtrack album to your collection you can visit these links:

Download Analog Sheep on iTunes Download Analog Sheep on Amazon Download Analog Sheep on Google Play Download Analog Sheep on Bandcamp
Listen to Analog Sheep on Spotify Listen to Analog Sheep on Rhapsody Download Analog Sheep on SoundCloud Download Analog Sheep on SoundCloud

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