Today’s VGM was selected by Patreon rewards member Cam Werme! Ed and special guest VGMbassador Aaron Hickman, AKA chiptuner Dya, listen to the music from the game “Flip the Core” and try to figure out what kind of game it might be. The music is an incredible collection of chiptune-styled, demoscene-sounding songs, but is it enough for our hosts to figure out what they’re listening to?
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Flip the Core
Developed and Published by Engine Software
Released June 28th, 2012
All Music Composed by Bart Roijmans
1 – Title
2 – Level 1
3 – Level 2
4 – Level 3
5 – Level 4
6 – Boss