It may be of interest to some folks out there that the soundtrack for the manic co-op, robot decimating indie game “Shoot Many Robots” from Demiurge Studios, composed by Rich Vreeland and Disasterpiece, was released on June 25th on Bandcamp. Vreeland who was also responsible for composing the acclaimed soundtrack to another recent indie sensation “Fez.” a recent indie hit with an acclaimed soundtrack. Coming in with 16 songs on the soundtrack, it is a must have for players who want to reliving the robot slaying freedom on their way to work. It only costs $5 to boot.
Developed by Demiurge Studios and published by Ubisoft, the game was released on March 14 and is available for $10 USD on Steam, XBLA, and PSN. However, it has not gotten strong reviews, averaging a mere 67 on Metacritic. However, the soundtrack is only half that price. Not bad right?
Source – PR