I have created RPG games for 5 years. In Finnish but... They are still pretty good... Still I never published anything full-length game, because I compose a lot and I like to create games for fun.



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Exploration music with instrumental background! Travel to To The New Land and listen inspiring music for exploration!

Welcome to brand new journey to yet unexplored world! You are emong the first ever to see the shores of a new continent! Exploration, discoveries, new environments… This album has it all! Welcome to see the new world yourself by listening this album and listening all songs and original music yourself. Imagine yourself from old world as an american explorer discovering new world!

To The New Land is inspired by American explorers like Christopher Columbus, who ventured far over the ocean to find their new home. This beautiful journey would change the course of the world forever! First it starts small, but later grows into an epic tune! Old and new world combines and exploration music brings hope and inspires imagination. This track could be in world of Dungeons and Dragons, RPG adventure or even in real world!

Twisted Fairy Tales

Cool event once again

Any team needing a music guy for their project, I could be in assistance Here are some of my works

Classic Remastered OST from Games - Released Every Week!

Music For Matoya's Cave in Final Fantasy 1, fully remastered!

Let's go back to 1987 when Squaresoft (later Square Enix) made Final Fantasy, and let me tell you that Nobuo Uematsu has made some very memorable melodies for many Final Fantasy entries, but music for Final Fantasy 1 soundtrack is truly classic as melodies stand up even after almost 40 years!

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That moment in afternoon when drinking coffee... This royalty free music is about that!

Drinking coffee is relaxing and makes your afternoon's more enjoyable. Relaxing music for stress relief with best coffee shop music you can find! I myself hardly drink coffee, but thats the vibe I get from many people who do. You can just sit back, go to local coffee shop, read a newspaper and let your mind go wild with ideas and relax after hard work.

This instrumental background song has completely made with human voice, just edited in post production. Rythm, humming, synth feeling melody have originally just been spoken by a human being. I think using instruments originating from singing gave this song very relaxed atmosphere! Gentle vocals bring you into the atmosphere of afternoon! Just perfect for coffee shop atmosphere!

Classic Remastered OST from Games - Released Every Week!

Spyro Desert Level Scorch Remastered and Remixed inspired by upcomign reignited trilogy!

Scorch in Spyro 2 Ripto's rage has left a mark, as it was a middle-east inspired level with unique NPC's and fund background music from the Spyro OST. Song is built on flute melody in the beginning, which turns into organ and bass movement later on.

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Ogremon’s theme remastered from Digimon World 1!

This song from Digimon world 1 soundtrack is a very small piece, but I did like it. It was very ogre-like theme. I put a lot of horns, drums and other instruments together to make it distinct from ps1 theme, yet, not too close to Digimon World next order.

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Original Mongol-styled War Music for Lord of The Rings nation, Khand!


New Developer Mapping Help Thread

...I don't think I can work on maps anymore until I at least get the sprite issue fixed. I want everything to be proportionally correct and that bed was too small if nothing else.
Practice making maps anyway. Even if you don't end up using them. You need to develop your skill and learn how to manipulate the tilesets. Your first couple of maps are going to suck anyway (because everyone's first maps suck) so you might as well get that out of your system on something that won't be used in your game.

Also advice, if you spend all your time agonizing over finding the perfect graphics you will never finish a project. Just use what you have now. And replace assets later.

Practicing is good, while not seeming useful in the beginning, pays of. While art of mapping is quite simple with tools that rpg makers provide, there are tricks you only learn by just working on it.

What is the best RPG Maker alternative

Havent heard many of these, I am stuck to rpg maker like a captain to his beloved titanic...

The Opposite Of A Complaint

I can relate to anyone going through this. While I am not a man working too much on writing, making music sometimes has that very same problem, losing work for some minor issue. While losing text is easier, the pain is the same one...