Cthulhu Saves the World is a throwback parody/homage to JRPGs of the 90s with a comedic twist and modern gameplay improvements. It’s available for X-Box 360 on the Indie Games store for just 240msp and will be coming to PC via Steam and Gamersgate on the 13th July this year for around the same price ($3, with Breath of Death VII bundled free!).

After providing a couple of tracks for hit indie RPG Breath of Death VII: The Beginning, developers Zeboyd Games came to me and asked if I would compose the entire soundtrack for their follow-up Cthulhu Saves the World. Since I was a tod I’ve wanted to score an RPG of the J variety, so I jumped at the chance. The whole idea behind Zeboyd’s RPGs is to make as much an honest tribute as well as parody, and so I decided to go whole hog and put together as iconic a JRPG soundtrack as I could.

The soundtrack is available for download here and also in low quality for a smaller download here.

Here’s what the internet had to say about the music in Cthulhu Saves the World:

the music blows some of the music of today, straight out of the water — 8bitfix.com, http://www.8bitfix.com/content/review-c-thulhu-saves-world-1431/

a fantastic soundtrack — sanctuary4gamers.com, http://www.sanctuary4gamers.com/content.php/1530-Winter-Uprising-Cthulhu-Saves-The-World

the soundtrack is solid — xbox-360-community-games-reviews.com, http://www.xbox-360-community-games-reviews.com/xbl-indie-game-review-cthulu-saves-the-world/

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