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Little Inferno's soundtrack, a John Williams inspired collection of songs from Kyle Gabler, is available to download for free.
Executive editor Andrew Reiner gave a Little Inferno an 8.5 and said, "The score fits the game perfectly. Crescendos are used to amplify the emotional response to specific moments," so it definitely sounds like it's worth the data needed to download the soundtrack.
Head over to Tomorrow Corporation's blog to grab it now free of charge.
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always up for some new music. Thanks for the information
Kay, sounds cool. Maybe I'll grab it,
Thanks for the info!
oooh~ cool. gonna grab this!
Not a very tempting offer, even if it is free. I mean, personally, the only time I've ever been interested in a game's music outside of the actual game, is when it's a nostalgia factor.
Or, Anarchy Reigns soundtrack!
Picked this game up this afternoon after hearing what Reiner had to say about it last week on the GI Show. It's a bizarre little game but I'm really liking it. And I have noticed that the music is pretty good.
The music in 2D Boy games will never cease to amaze me. Some of the best music in gaming right here, people.
Nice! I have been playing the tracks in this soundtracks, and the music is amazing! It has that classical and relaxing feel that is very enjoyable. Thanks for the free music, Tomorrow Corporation!
Thanks GI! I DLed this and am listening to it now. So far it's great, but I'm biased towards vidgame soundtracks.
Kids are singing the theme song all day long. I told them burning things is fun.