Fantasy RPG Cursed Lands released

A mysterious mist has spread over the plains surrounding the Castle of M’Mar, and the mists carry with them the smell of undeath. The blight grows closer to the Empire’s borders with every passing day, and they send an expedition to investigate – with disastrous results. The Empire’s remaining forces regroup and devise an alternative plan, this time based on concealment and infiltration.

You assume the role of the Empire’s Envoy, secretly serving the Grimoire Council. You must assemble a small strike team to investigate what is happening, and put a stop to whatever evil is lurking within the Castle of N’Mar.

Winter Wolves Games just released their new fantasy RPG, Cursed Lands! The game is available here.

Leet Music produced an instrumental track and a theme song (special post coming soon.) Below are some music selections from the project. The soundtrack is available on BandCamp.

 

 

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Tempest Citadel released from Aartform Games

Leet Music composed the music for Tempest Citadel from Aartform Games, which is now available on Steam. Musically it features a mix of orchestral, metal, electronic and ambient elements. Tempest Citadel is a strategy game set on a storm-ruled planet with a vivid sci-fi story. Build a mighty Citadel in the clouds for your crew of 100 unique explorers and conquer the deadly planet below in 3D squad battles. Here’s an awesome gameplay video where you can hear the music.

 

The full soundtrack is available now on Bandcamp, and some tracks are posted below. This was a great project and the resulting game is impressive!

 

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Leet Music patreon launched

I launched a Patreon page to create music for fans here! Thanks for your support, and please don’t hesitate to ask any questions.

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Planet Stronghold Colonial Defense re-release

Winter Wolves Games recently re-released their space sci-fi RPG Planet Stronghold Colonial Defense with an attractive new manga art style and some new writing. To coincide, Leet Music remixed the theme song from an eclectic alien metal arrangement to this ballad with acoustic guitars and electronic space sounds.

 

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@mattleetmusic to attend Anime Expo

I got an industry badge to Anime Expo this summer. If you are attending the convention and want to talk business, shoot me an email!

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A brief music recap of 2016

2016 was the beginning of a transition for me. I still worked on a lot of music projects, but I also experienced about at a 2-3 month gap between projects at one point and that was a little frustrating. Fortunately I was able to ask for help and a client came through with a referral that turned into another good client, but it still didn’t change the fact that I was out of work for awhile.

One of my long-term interests that I haven’t pursued much has been computer science and programming. I enrolled in a 6 month software bootcamp at a community college and that’s been occupying the majority of my time in the second half of this year. It’s been a great experience, it’s quite challenging I feel like I’m learning an enormous amount. It’s been great for my state of mind and I’m looking forward to seeing the impact it has on my future career.

Project-wise, Queen Of Thieves was probably my favorite release since Roommates. The theme song is an orchestral ballad comparable to Seasons Of The Wolf, and this time I also got to contribute on the instrumental soundtrack. Additionally, I’m still working on an animated music video for Zuki Nyu. It’s taking a long time because it’s the first time I’ve worked in 3d and managed multiple remote animators. We’re shooting for a summer 2017 release.

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