In Spring 2009, I took a class on video game design at whatever college I went to! For my group’s game concept, we came up with TCNJ RPG, the RPG where you play as a student! Unfortunately, due to a variety of factors (including, but not limited to, the lack of time, the fact that the class’s teacher proved to have a knack for getting hung up on largely irrelevant issues while ignoring things like keeping the project on schedule, and that the class was forced to use a toolkit that proved not at all suitable for complex games), the game was never finished!
That said, I did manage to compose quite a few songs for it, all of which solely use the Setzer SPC soundfont, giving them that SNES sound that is so popular nowadays. So here they are!
I would now like to take a break from long-winded posts to point out Sonny, an excellent Flash game. In fact, I’d say it’s one of the best I’ve played; not only does it have an engaging plotline (You play as a zombie, trying to uncover the mystery of your past), but its production values are top-notch. (It’s not every day you see a Flash game with voice acting.)