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Topics - Roland LaGoy

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Yo all...
I'd recently composed the original soundtrack to the (Greenlit!) sci-fi sandbox game, Masterspace (OFFICIAL site here). When the OST was good and done the developer gave me a bunch of full-version keys to hand out however I feel. Soooo, I'm gonna throw 10 keys on here for anyone interested in having their own copy of the game.

Masterspace is still in development, but it's a goofy-fun romp with a Minecraft-y vibe, annnnnnd it has multiplayer and the ability to fly to different planets in spaceships and junk. You can check out a gameplay trailer HERE (it's kinda older). Note the terrible clown music that I had NOTHING to do with! :O

You can enter a key to register the game here:
http://www.master-space.com/amember/signup/index/c/coupon

If a key is already taken then just try the next one... should work out a-ok.


Herrrrreeee are the keys:

A06B1CC3

DD6BA78B

F802D0B1

3CBEDCF1

2616705E

57368FC0

B53568D1

B13B1F17

2E2A1901

15C54F9A









Also, if you wanna check out the game's soundtrack^ (which isn't added to the game just yet) you can download the whole thing from my BandCamp page... for free!!! The OST is almost an hour of music, and it's full of spacey Early-Electronic and New Age influence. Audio in the vein of Tangerine Dream, Ash Ra Tempel, Klaus Schulze, and Rainbow Serpent. It's also similar to game soundtracks like Mass Effect, Eve Online, and the original Unreal OST... stuff like that.

Check that here if interested (along with other free-to-download soundtracks I'd worked on in the past): http://rolandlagoy.bandcamp.com/


Alllright, I'm out. Later gang!!

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Off Topic / EVEN MORE Steam & Desura game keys!! FUUUUUUU!!!
« on: December 02, 2013, 20:15 »
What up?!
Soooo yeah, I got a bunch more game keys from bundles, etc...
stuff I either got already or don't really dig. SO TAKE ITTT!!!

For the Steam keys you just turn Steam on, click the 'Games' menu, 'Activate a product on Steam', agree to the disclaimer, and then enter the code.
For Desura keys you can go to here: http://www.desura.com/gifts and enter the code for the game.


Same as before, I'd like to see A SINGLE GAME TAKEN BY A SINGLE PERSON...
(outside of the Cognition episodes, heh)
with maybe a post letting everyone know you'd claimed it.

Thanks to those who'd done that before! Keeping it real!!

I personally dig 99 Levels To Hell for being nice-looking and Spelunky-ish (try not to confuse it with 99 Spirits here, the Tsukumogami puzzle game... also awesome), annnnnnnnnnnnnnd Survivor Squad. That there's a badass top-down team-work strategicalized-y zombie shooting blast-off. It's always been a bit buggy, thoughhhh I'd last played it several versions ago, sooooo maybe it's running better now. QuestRun's hip shit too!!


Here're the keys:
Spoiler (click to show/hide)

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Off Topic / Some Steam and Desura game keys... if you're quick!!
« on: November 02, 2013, 20:29 »
Hey, what's up everyone?
I tend to buy game bundles a bunch and I always end up with copies of games I already have (Steam and Desura keys usually). Ain't especially sure what to do with the extra stuff, so I decided to just throw some stuff on here for you guys to take if you dig.
For the Steam codes you just turn Steam on, click the 'Games' menu, 'Activate a product on Steam', agree to the disclaimer, and then enter the code. For Desura you can go to here: http://www.desura.com/gifts and enter the code for the game.

I'd like to see A SINGLE GAME TAKEN BY A SINGLE PERSON
(with maybe a post letting everyone know you'd claimed it),
but shit if I know if some ass will claim every single game for themselves,
GRAGGHhHHh!!!

Nah, whatever though.
All in all, check the games out if you dig.
I personally really like Organ Trail (goofy, old-school throwback)
and Diehard Dungeon (an awesome, action-y roguelike).


Here's the stuff:
Spoiler (click to show/hide)

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