Kung Fu Shadow Fist is a virtual reality brawler based on the old Nintendo/arcade games like Streets of Rage and Double Dragon. Your mission, simply put, is to punch dudes until there are no more dudes to punch.
For this game, I'll be writing a mix of synthwave and rock themes.
Moving Simulator was developed for the July One Game a Month Jam by Justin Palmer. A simple, silly game, where your goal is to... move things. For this game, I wrote two jazz pieces and two classical pieces, the classical pieces and one of the jazz pieces being variations on a single theme. Credit to Michael Fewkes for playing saxophone in the Jazz Theme.
Made for a game jam with the theme "Enemies as Weapons", you play a spy at a dinner party. Your job is to kill the Mark... without touching him. Do you switch the dossier of an assassin? Plant contraband to have it--and him--incinerated by the laser grid? It's up to you!
I wrote three short pieces for this, each in the style of a jazz combo: the slow, ominous main menu theme, the bouncy gameplay theme, and the celebratory victory theme.