Tag Archives: Amiga

ExP XXIV: Celebrity Sports Games – PA118

What could be better than more sports games? Celebrity tie-in sports games! We dug deep in the archives (and the bargain bins) and found some wonderful and obscure games with celebrity athletes representing sports from snooker to soccer (or football for those outside the US). Whether you like sports or not, we hope you enjoy… Read More »

LIVE: Library of Congress: A Brief History of Game Audio – PA112

We’re back from the Library of Congress and what a rare honor it was to be included in their inaugural weekend long event celebrating the music of games. Our talk, which you’ll hear today, covered the early history of video game audio with a few detours into film and pop culture for context. In addition… Read More »

Expansion Pack XVII – PA75

Back with another selection of semi-random VGM tracks from a number of different systems. We’ve been a bit overdue for an Expansion Pack so listen in, join the fun, brush that 3D horse hair, and let us know what you think of the tunes. http://media.blubrry.com/pixelatedaudio/p/ia601505.us.archive.org/10/items/PixelatedAudio75/PixelatedAudio75.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 1:05:58 — 116.7MB)Subscribe:… Read More »

Astaroth: The Angel of Death – PA61

Imagine, if you will, a game that’s from an Amiga developer heavily influenced by the English rock band Sisters of Mercy. Add in some truly insane music coupled with artwork that’s both sexy and demonic in the style of an 80’s heavy metal album cover (sporting a naked demon right on the title screen). The game… Read More »

Expansion Pack XIV: Furniss Obscura – PA58

Today marks the 2 year anniversary of Pixelated Audio and we decided to have a little fun by mixing things up a bit! It’s hard to have played Sega Genesis games without hearing the amazing music of Matt Furniss. He is one of the most well-known Western composers and as luck would have it he joined us… Read More »

Jim Power with Chris Huelsbeck – PA53

Everyone knows that “Amiga love” flows thick in our veins; it’s just a fact. The humble home computer has had so many incredible composers write music for it’s games that many of us in North America are a bit unfamiliar with. Today we bring you the music of Jim Power in Mutant Planet from one of the most… Read More »