12.26.2017

Passcode Flashback


We hope everyone is having a fun holiday season, and that the new year brings a fresh wave of creativity and inspiration.

The video above is a little flashback compilation that spotlights some of the moments we've shared together throughout the Passcode series. Creating these over the last decade was a true labor of love, and they still stand as some of the best projects that I've had the pleasure to be a part of.

Cheers!  -Marcus


8 comments:

  1. Fantastic! Any chance you might put all the Passcode music up on Soundcloud or something for purchase?

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    1. Thanks Jason! Everything is available on Rich's bandcamp: http://music.disasterpeace.com. His albums "Level", "Deorbit" and "Rise of the Obsidian Interstellar" contain the majority of music used, plus the Soul of the Traveler OST is there as well.

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    2. Thank you Marc, I'll go check him out!

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  2. So many wonderful memories... it's taken me nearly eight years but I finally gave my Govurom a cloak like he has in Cliffs of Granthan XD And J.Ho, look up Rich Vreeland, AKA Disasterpeace. He's the artist who composed the music for Passcode, among many other independent and retail level video games.

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    1. Nice, thank you for the info Dex!

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    2. Happy to help! Rich is an awesome guy. We've chatted briefly, but he's super nice, and I love his work. "Jump Error," the theme from the first level of the Glyaxia shooter is my favorite music to listen to when navigating the busy streets of Manhattan on foot. It's got this driving sense of urgency that just makes me, like, super focused.

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  3. This came out great. It really brings me back to the excitement of the early passcode animations and games that were just so cool. Not to say the recent ones aren't awesome too, they totally are, but doing something like this for a youngish indie toy line was just so new and exciting.

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  4. Brings back memories, it does. Still miss those games, but so much has grown with the line itself that it's a fair trade.

    Besides, you've got a bigger project to work on now, right? One that'll last at least the next few decades...hah!

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