Royalty Free Music for Games
Great games deserve great music! From retro 8-bit arcade sounds to intense, action oriented modern tracks, enhance your applications with these engaging tunes. Perfect for scoring iPhone, iPad, Android and computer applications.
BPM 110: A sci-fi atmospheric underscore. Airy ambiance with bass sequences and electronic arpeggios create a cold and lonely effect. Haunting, spacey and mysterious.
BPM 140: An energetic action driven theme. Intense, playful and dynamic. A fast double bass dances with filtered drums and tribal percussion.
BPM 109: This track features a lush orchestra and female vocals. The piece starts with a serious dark feel and builds with driving percussion, Rich strings and ethnic woodwinds expand the epic and majestic vibe.
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BPM 159: An orchestral piece with huge heroic drums, driving percussion, epic brass and edgy strings. Ideal for trailers or as a soundtrack for film and video games. Fits the genres of action, fantasy, drama and adventure perfectly.
BPM 120: Something is slowly rising... Be prepared and alert for the outcome. This original composition tells a story. Strings section, horn section, piano, electro synth, cinematic percussion, background choir at the end. Let this orchestral/electro mix serve your vision.
BPM 102: A swaggering and rugged football driven theme. This track works well as a powerful sports oriented background piece. Aggressive, tough and industrial.
BPM 110: A bouncy, quirky and fun track with pizzicato strings, unusual percussion, bass guitar, strings and more. Playful, lively and slightly curious, this is perfect for kids or childrens themes.
BPM 160: A nice and happy tune with a catchy melody. Instrumentation includes Vibraphone, Ukulele, Xylophone, Acoustic Guitars, Uplifting Drums and Bass and more... Perfect to give a good mood for your videos
BPM 160: Blistering, relentless, and powerful. This track is a metal assault to the senses. This aggressive track is great for racing, combat or extreme sports.
BPM 85: Driving percussion and harsh flute create a very wild and natural sounding mood. Great music for exploring the heart of jungles or the depths of ruins. Exciting, moving, and tribal.
BPM 160: Fantasy, magical, mysterious, peaceful. This beautiful, soft, orchestral arrangement can be use for fantasy purposes as an ingame music or a background ambience for a movie score. Arrangement as a bit of a celstic style with an harp, shire whistle flute, jubal flute, string ensemble pizzicato, discrete bells on the background and soft percussion.
BPM 135: Inspiring, melodic and uplifting. Rhythmic string section melodies are mixed with a touch of contemporary percussion. This piece boasts a full sound, featuring sweeping transitions and a constant pace
BPM 120: Massive, powerful, and intense. This solid rock/metal piece features drum loops, fat aggressive electric guitars, bass, synth and a powerful epic guitar solo great. This track is ideal for communicating aggression or anger in a scene.
BPM 74: An uplifting and inspirational movie score. Orchestral with piano, strings and choir voices paired with modern drums. Heartfelt, hopeful and confident. Perfect for film trailers or emotional movie score.
BPM 125: A feel good and joyful track perfect for advertisements. This one has a hooky melody over a solid bass riff that will stay in your head for sure! Also has a reggae sort of vibe. Instruments: Marimba, guitar, bass, drum and glockenspiel.
BPM 120: A sequential electronic track that can be used as a timer or counter for game shows. The clock sound is in sync with every second in a time frame. Mid-tempo, pulsing and steady.
BPM 110: Big epic slams and strings are laid over percussion in this track. The piece then moves onto a building rock guitar riff with strings and huge beats. Open, meaningful and strong.
BPM 100: A nice, easy and positive bluegrass track performed by a traditional bluegrass quartet. The arrangement consists of stand up bass, acoustic guitar, banjo and fiddle. Folksy, stylish and light hearted.
BPM 80: A slow but suspenseful orchestral underscore with a "ticking time" feel and big choir, great for TV, documentary or games.