Electric Cafe announces the release of the Aqua Kitty Soundtrack which includes all the music from Tikipod’s highly rated Sony Playstation Mobile game.

The chiptune soundtrack composed by Mark Day takes inspiration from the days of the Commodore 64 and Amiga when composers such as Chris Huelsbeck and Rob Hubbard placed great emphasis on upbeat and catchy melodies.

Standout tracks include ‘Kiity Rock’ which sound like Metallica in chiptune form and ‘Mouldy Depths’ which recalls catchy Amiga classics like ‘Turrican’ and ‘R-Type’.

About Aqua Kitty

Aqua Kitty is a 2D pixel drawn arcade shooter, created with a love of the 16bit gaming era and late 80s video arcade games.

On PSVita it plays using physical stick and button controls, and on mobile devices it uses touch controls.

The game was developed by Tikipod

About Mark Day / Electric Cafe

Classically trained and having been fed a strict kitty diet of C64 and Amiga games in his early years Mark now draws upon those musical influences in his own music. All those synth squelches and wobbles combined with kick ass beats provide a retro framework for the Aqua Kitty Soundtrack!

Mark has also provided the soundtrack to Tikipod’s next game Rock Boshers DX.

Electric Cafe Website

Track Listing:

  1. Aqua Kitty Theme 03:24    
  2. Level Select 01:27    
  3. Buttermilk Bay 02:57    
  4. Creamy Cove 02:35    
  5. Kitty Rock 02:23    
  6. Mouldy Depths 03:20    
  7. The Curdling Gulf 03:13    
  8. Infinite Expresso 04:48  
 

The album is available to buy at £3.99 or more at Bandcamp

http://electric-cafe.bandcamp.com/album/aqua-kitty-soundtrack

 


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