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Game Music Bundle - The Retro Game Music Bundle

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The Retro Game Music Bundle is stuffed with some of gaming's greatest musical memories.

18 Digitally remastered and never-before-released soundtracks, modern tributes to the classics, and rare artifacts of gaming antiquity.

It´s is taking you back, retro-style, to the music of the games that inspired and shaped the gaming industry.

Some of these retro game classics are available as digital download at GOG.com

Your chance to hear the Soundtrack and play the game!

  • Some hours extra added!

    Please note, that the Duke Nukem Soundtracks are removed :( from this awesome retro video game music bundle!

  • 3 extra Soundtracks added!

    The Bundle now contains also Nimble Quest, Potatoman Seeks the Troof OST and Pixel Perfect Micro.

  • Featuring everything from jazz standards to rock tunes to ambient hawaiian music.

    This is one invitation you can't resist taking twice. It's like a big slice of morbid-yet-delicious cake.

    Get DRM-Free Retro Games from GOG.com

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    by The Fat Man and Team Fat

  • Released for the first time ever as part of the Retro GMB

    The background to Duke's breakout first-person adventure will have you recalling crass one-liners at every turn.

    Driving synths and aggressive basslines remind us why Duke is the King.

    Get DRM-Free Retro Games from GOG.com

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    by Lee Jackson, Bobby Prince

  • Return to the Myst Age for the game's 20th anniversary, and immerse yourself in new discoveries buried within the tracks themselves.

    Composer Robyn Miller has remastered his masterwork especially for the Retro GMB, and the experience promises to unearth new notes from the original D'ni epic.

    Get DRM-Free Retro Games from GOG.com

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    by Robyn Miller

  • Epic Games' original mascot, Jazz Jackrabbit is well-known by the toe-tapping quality of his games' soundtracks.

    After a bit of untangling the copyrights surrounding the soundtracks to the original two games, we're happy to offer the complete works - all 62 tracks of jazz-funk glory - for the first time ever.

    This one goes out to all the Jazz fans who have been begging for an official soundtrack release for years - you guys finally get your wish.

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  • Years ahead of its time, Tyrian was the first major work from Alex Brandon, who went on to compose for Deus Ex, Jazz Jackrabbit, Unreal, and more.

    It's a perfect storm of funk, jazz, and electonic styles, and goes perfectly with Tyrian's gorgeous style and high emotion.

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    by Alexander Brandon

  • We wanted to give our friends and fellow indie composers a chance to get in on the nostalgia, and they got in deep with Duke and created a collection of just... mind-blowingly awesome tracks.

    Seriously. Stop reading this description right now and preview the album. It's incredible.

    by Various Artists

  • A worthy successor to the Duke, Lo Wang: Shadow Warrior has some remarkably sophisticated themes.

    Atmospheric thunderstorms, deep vocals, and natural flutes create a hauntingly serene yet undeniably violent soundtrack.

    An unexpected dash of class from a game that loads to a voice clip of the protagonist asking "Who wants some Wang?"

    Get DRM-Free Retro Games from GOG.com

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    by Lee Jackson

  • Duke Nukem II is a tale of synthesizers that REALLY want to be electric guitars.

    Nevertheless, the soundtrack features driving basslines, melodic bad-assery, and perhaps the most testosterone-fueled use of the triangle ever to assault your ears.

    Get DRM-Free Retro Games from GOG.com

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    by Bobby Prince

  • Okay, so the game was basically a non-copyright-infringing Mario Kart.

    But there's something about racing around as an elephant or a shark that sticks with you for life, and that ridiculousness is what makes the soundtrack so darn good.

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    by Mark Klem

  • Relive those glorious FM-chip days with the full, never before released soundtrack to Major Stryker!

    Captured on authentic hardware and without emulation, this is the truest Stryker experience possible... mullet-coiffed heroes notwithstanding.

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    by Bobby Prince

  • If the post-apocalyptic future has music like this, I say bring on the killer androids and hideous radioactive mutants!

    Stargunner's got a great soundtrack for high-energy dance parties, all-night coding sessions, and driving through the city under the stars.

    It's NOT recommended during heavy traffic... unless your car comes with a plasma cannon.

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    by Lee Jackson

  • Technical limitations meant that Cosmo's soundtrack had to be experienced via the PC speaker.

    Nevertheless, it delivers a solid 12-bar blues in glorious, pre-MIDI synth form. Throw it on and get pumped to gobble down all the weird, alien fruit you can!

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    by Bobby Prince

  • Dem feels.

    Although Jazz Jackrabbit 3 never saw the light of day, Alex Brandon's score for the game gives us a glimpse into just how awesome it would've been.

    At least the soundtrack has found a home with its predecessors, officially completing the Jazz Jackrabbit trilogy for the first time.

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    by Alexander Brandon

  • An electrified tribute to the original

    This MASSIVE soundtrack combines the best elements of the 80s with slick, modern production. It's sure to blow your mind (and possibly your hair)!

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    by virt

  • The sequel to "Alter Ego", scored by Kulor,

    Dreamwalker's soundtrack incorporates motifs from the original and expands on the raw NES chiptune sound with additional channels and subtle effects.

    Also features amazing remixes from DJ Bouche, Blitz Lunar, Madbrain, and Kulor himself.

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    by coda

  • Drawing on its chiptune roots,

    Edge features some of the sweetest electro-tunes in any era. It's definitely music that soothes - and grooves - the soul.

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    by Various Artists

  • For all its EP-length, the Magnetis soundtrack has some solid tunes.

    Its main theme cycles seamlessly, almost hypnotically through a variety of moods, grooves, and themes.

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    by Romain Gauthier

  • The great thing about RPGs is that they present a whole alternate world of experience - but most fall short of reimagining their musical soundscape.

    Lava Blade goes in swinging with an electro-jazz soundtrack, hearkening back to the platform games of ages past and giving the RPG genre a little kick in the panteloons.

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    by Joshua Morse

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    by Whitaker Trebella

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    by halc

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