The latest and greatest Game Music Bundle features the digital debut of the full Braid soundtrack and the new release from Fez soundtrack creator Disasterpeace.
The Game Music Bundle 6 is a mighty collection indeed. We’ve covered a few of them in the past so you may already know how it goes, but for the uninitiated it’s like this: For a minimum price of $1, you get the official soundtracks for Dust: An Elysian Tale, Braid, Rogue Legacy, Electronic Super Joy and Famaze, the new one from Disasterpeace. It’s a solid deal by any measure – but that’s not all!
For ten bucks, you get those five albums, plus:
- Electronic Super Joy Part 2
- Kentucky Route Zero Acts 1 and 2
- 7 Grand Steps: What Ancients Begat
- Risk of Rain
- Bientôt l’été
- Thirty Flights of Loving
- Mighty Switch Force 2
- Tiny Barbarian DX: The Serpent Lord
- Super Ubie Land
- Null Divide +
- Big Steel Wheels
- Bits of Music From The Stanley Parable
- Papo & Yo
That’s a whole lot of tunes for a tenner. And since this also happens to be the second anniversary of the Game Music Bundle, they’ve got a four-day “thing” going on called the Game Music Festival, with interviews, commentaries from artists, individual albums and other bundles up for grabs.