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 160: Epic dubstep with a cinematic touch. A mixture of dark, theatrical organ, hard hitting drums and “in-your-face" wobbling bass lines. Melodic breakdowns ramp up towards an energetic, sleek dubstep drop. Dynamic. Versatile. Powerful.
BPM 120: A light-hearted and slightly mischievous piece featuring light percussion, plucked cellos and some interesting flute and clarinet musical ideas. Inquisitive, nosey, and sneaky. This track is a great understated piece to highlight moments in comedic scenes.
BPM 150: Tense, powerful and twisted. This track features a heavy percussion background with suspenseful orchestral lines. Deadly, dramatic, and dangerous.
BPM 80: A magnificent and grand orchestral piece with rich textures. The track features a long and beautiful theme supported by sweeping string lines. An impactful piece for significant moments in a story.
BPM 140: A light hearted circus feel in 3/4 time with a romantic middle section. Sweet, effervescent, and sparkling. This track works well for programming or content geared towards children.
BPM 140: This epic Hollywood style track comes equipped with a huge orchestra, aggressive guitars and thundering drums. Full of energy, drive and attitude. This track is perfect for trailers, video games or any project needing a big budget cinematic sound.
BPM 160: A retro track with an arcade feel. The plinky synths and 8 bit percussion really gives this track its stylistic sound. Fun, lively, and quirky.
BPM 90: Dramatic, intense and suspenseful. This track mixes electronic elements with massive orchestral parts. Synthesizers weave in and out of strings and drums, creating a pounding and grand sound. Strong, dynamic and epic.
BPM 130: Mesmerizing and deep, this sci-fi track evolves with various new age style pads, epic percussion and buzzy lead synths.
BPM 120: This contemporary orchestral track is a flowing piece. It begins with repeating winds, then gives way to the full orchestra. Upbeat, unique and versatile
One man, a moment in time, all the universe stood still. This dramatic and moving score is evocative of such imagery. Well suited for movie trailers, intense advertisements, video game releases and previews.
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BPM 150: This track as a real cinematic feel. A rhythmical orchestral pattern kicks the track off. Introduction of trumpets sets the tone with a triumphant feel. When choir and horns join, the focus moves to a more flowing reflective feel. Both playful and serious in parts.
BPM 120: A magical journey pushed gently along with a modern, pop beat. Instrumentation includes piano and orchestral elements such as glockenspiel and strings. Light, flowing and gentle.
BPM 110: Adrenaline, gasoline and pumping hearts meet in this metal scorcher. Bone crunching guitars, punishing drums and soaring slide guitars climax in a wild crescendo. Furious, dangerous and edgy.
BPM 160: Big Hollywood trailer track, with big brass, Choir, real drums and large strings section.
BPM 120: Hybrid score of orchestration and electronic synthesizer elements. A dark drone synth bass provides drive with intricate percussion, low brass and strings. Ideal for tactical naval military/combat and high-tech thriller/espionage underscores.
BPM 80: This track exudes a sensation of extreme speed, anxiety, and pressure. A cinematic orchestral and synthetic tune in two parts, it begins with a beating heartbeat over a heavy, oppressive atmosphere, and finishes like a pursuit. Perfect music for sports, adventure, or horror genre projects.
BPM 120: This piece features epic percussion that is aggressive, dark and powerful. Underpinned with synthesizer bass, buzzes and drones, the track communicates strong feels of tension and danger. Thrilling, engaging, and industrial.
BPM 160: This track features an old style ragtime theme. The piece sounds like a mechanical piano in the old west! This happy sounding music is suitable for animated projects, period pieces, comedies and documentaries.