Trey Frey – Drift [Review]

Get ready to rip that E-Brake and counter steer into Trey Frey’s Chiptune Future Bass single, Drift.

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A new challenger: Pulseboy

Pulseboy, a web-based 8-bit sequencer created by Roger Hicks is now in Beta and so far the feedback has been good. PulseBoy uses a “tracker” interface to accept note input.

If you’ve ever wanted to play around with making your own chip-tunes this is a great place to start, and Roger’s tutorial below is a user friendly introduction to composing with Pulseboy.

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This charming chiptune

Sad sack musician Morrissey made much of the soundtrack of many a sullen teen, with chip-tune covers becoming increasingly popular more and more types of music are becoming fodder for 8-bit covers of their former selves.

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Fallout ’84

Created by long time fans of the Fallout series,  8 Bit Weapon have created an interactive art piece while waiting for the release of Fallout 4. The demo game runs as if it were released 1984 on an Apple IIc. Music and sound fx from the Apple II were added later.

Using the Outlaw Editor and a small team of Apple II coders, the group created the demo game. An impressive tribute to say the least filled with retro goodness.

Including references to the Pip-Boy and Deathclaw this is a fun project, clearly made with love. Check out the Fallout 4 trailer below.

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