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Sneaky Sneaking

By Anthony D. on June 21, 2020 11:37 pm

As our commander awakes, he finds himself in a cell. The attacking enemies conquered the base quickly.
But luckily he already has an escapeplan.
In every cell is a hidden button, which opens a tiny door.
When he crawled through the tunnel behind that little door, he overhears some conversations with the girl and the hostile commander in charge.
As he left the tunnel, he stole a lasergun off an sleeping guard and ran as fast as he could whithout making to much noise, to the secret backdoor.
The wind is cold at Uranus and he has no warm clothes.
Our commander has to find other survivors and gear.

to be continued....

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June 22, 2020 12:06 am

I think you need to proofread a little.

Nice sneaky sound though. A little intense on the drums for actual stealth though.

June 22, 2020 1:14 am

I like the beat on this one! Nice work.

June 22, 2020 4:37 am

The vibe here is really really cool. certainly reminds me of music for an old-school first person shooter game. Like Rise of the Triad or something. The song has a lot of interesting ideas, its well composed, and they all flow together well. Truly a song to be proud of. smile

June 24, 2020 12:02 am

The intro caught me straight away with this nice 80s bass vibe. Nice layering of melodies, like the subtle choirs around 1:30 with the lead synth in the back.

June 24, 2020 4:45 am

great tune! very neat and fun. and the narrative definitely works.

ViridianLoom wrote:

The vibe here is really really cool. certainly reminds me of music for an old-school first person shooter game. Like Rise of the Triad or something. The song has a lot of interesting ideas, its well composed, and they all flow together well. Truly a song to be proud of. smile

holy damn wow okay I knew Rise of the Triad sounded familiar... that one had been lost to the annals of time... okay now I'm off to go watch RotT videos on youtube for the next 3 hours, bye

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