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 100: A lively and energetic track with a techno rock style. This track gives off a video game, pursuit-like ambiance, with a break in the middle. Dynamic, flowing and engaging.
BPM 130: Heavy rock band piece. Instruments used: electric guitars, bass, and drums. This distorted sequence features an epic guitar solo that roars with strength and power!
BPM 120: An epic deep space action track. Ideal for trailers, film scores, sci-fi or futuristic subject matter. Orchestral and electronic elements, including low brass, big percussion, distorted guitar and synths, are featured.
BPM 89: This track features "multi-mood" orchestral music. Good for cinematic trailers, dramas or suspense films. Cello, strings, double-bass, oboe, violas, violins, percussion round out the ensemble for a beautiful sounding result.
BPM 123: A retro style track - back to the 80s old school video game style. This piece is evocative of cars, bikes, formula racing, chases, sci-fi projects and fast pacing arcade games. Dynamic, rhythmic and engaging.
BPM 160: An electronic 8 bit, chiptune track for a vintage, arcade video game, flash animation, video for children or any funny project for kids. Retro, happy and positive. Some of the "loops" versions are without the lead - underscore versions.
BPM 55: Romantic, magical, and full of passion. This epic track starts with a soft strings ensemble, followed by an angelic voice, and leads to an epic central part with choirs, french horns and staccato strings. A solo violin and flute, finish this magical journey to the sound of the harp.
BPM 130: Action, action, action! This is a high energy and intense track. Fast moving with a ton of percussion and drums. The big guitars in this piece are perfect for sports scenes, car racing, fight scenes and adventure games.
BPM 100: Inspirational and motivational track featuring piano, strings, cello and drum. Gentle and positive, this track is perfect for corporate presentations and promos or footage containing light rays, sunsets or sunrises.
BPM 120: Epic tension is what this track brings to the table. Perfect for trailers and/or video games. The piece begins with a dramatic intro and builds gradually throughout.
BPM 111: This colorful and warm piece features slow-moving pizzicato rhythms combined with celesta and string lines. Quiet, pastoral, and graceful. This track is well suited for underscoring the beauty of nature and our world.
BPM 89: Arena rock band with big guitars, bass and drums. Aggressive but coupled with a positive, you can do it attitude. Cool and proud groove.
A sentimental and nostalgic theme communicating the idea that everything has ended well. Clarinet, oboe, bassoon, strings and a female choir create a peaceful and beautiful mood. A great track for any adventure with a happy ending.
BPM 135: A track with a typical 1980s retro game soundtrack. The piece comes with only 3 voices of square waves and 1 channel of pink/white noise sound that was generally used for rhythm and effects.
BPM 160: On your mark. Go! Driving rhythm guitar and an edgy sound rush by with energy and speed. Fast paced and great for any racing scene or even video games.
BPM 120: Heroic, strong and grand. This orchestral piece with soaring string melodies and beautiful textures feels bold and cinematic. A great track to use for opening credits.
BPM 111: Lighthearted, playful and sweet. This track features ukelele, guitar and glockenspiel. Take a carefree stroll in the park and leave your troubles behind.
BPM 150: A heavy rock song that feels loud and powerful. Energetic, intense and driving. Electric guitar melodies and distorted rhythm guitar fill out the arrangement.
BPM 115: A suspenseful and cinematic underscore that can also be used as a film score. Big percussions, strings, brass, bass and electronic sequences fill out the arrangement. Can be used for underscoring combat, pursuits, danger, espionage, action or military themes.