Weird Worlds Soundtrack Available For Download
6:00 AM | Cord Kruse | 1 comment
Digital Eel has released the soundtrack for Weird Worlds: Return to Infinite Space as a free download on its website. Available in either 44100Hz stereo/128Kbps or 44100Hz stereo/486KBps DRM-free MP3 formats, the soundtrack features twelve minutes of music spanning over twenty tracks. Many of the tracks are cuts that were not featured in the final game and are making their debut as part of the soundtrack.
Whether it's relaxing after a long day of work, driving through the countryside on a fine Sunday afternoon, or being probed by little green spacemen everything goes better with music. With that in mind Digital Eel, masters of the twenty minute space oddities and other realms beyond the ken of man, have made available the official soundtrack to their hit game, Weird Worlds: Return to Infinite Space, for immediate download! Click over to the site below to download the soundtrack and learn more about the game.
Weird Worlds Downloads
Weird Worlds: Return to Infinite Space won Digital Eel the IGF 2006 Innovation In Audio Award and with such an amazing soundtrack it's easy to hear why. Download it today and share it with your friends, family, and those peeping Greys that like to jump up and down outside your house. Put it on your iPod, computer, in your car, or wherever you listen to .mp3s (or better yet, in all places). Burn it onto a CD and pass it out and the next Star Trek rave.
And need we remind you that it will make the perfect companion piece for the upcoming Digital Eel board game, Eat Electric Death!? Eat Electric Death! is a tactical starship combat game set in the Infinite Space universe. Players can command vessels from seven races (Terrans, Garthans, Tan Ru, Zorg, Urluquai, Yellow Kawangi, and the Klakar) ranging from nimble fighters to gargantuan base stations in over twenty-five scenarios. With Eat Electric Death! Digital Eel has brought everything you've come to expect from their electronic visions—amazing visuals, addictive and easy to learn gameplay, endless replayability—and translated it seamlessly into the world of cardboard and dice. Currently in production it will be available soon.
Weird Worlds: Return to Infinite Space
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