So I've had a quick look through the past challenges to make sure this hasn't already been done and I haven't seen it (apologies if it has, let me know)
. I hereby announce round 21 of the Tigsource musical challenge Theme:
"Thanks for Playing!"
End credits music challengeDescription:
The game is over, the boss has been defeated, and its time to bask in the glory of our achievement with an awesome end credits score!Criteria:
I want you to try and give a sense of Triumph
to put across the idea that the game is over and you should feel good about it. Try to avoid a sombre mood.
Keep entries below 4 minutes. They are short credits
All entries MUST
end with a big crescendo (go big or go home!) imagine that the crescendo culminates with a "Thanks for playing" message
You can be really creative with this as it's fairly open ended, all styles are welcome.Judging:
Production Quality: It's gotta sound good
Crescendo epicness: How well did you set up and execute the big finish?
Theme relevance: Can you imagine this at the end of a game? Do you give a sense of a good resolution?
Smileability: Your entry should make me smile. (This isn't too hard to do, I'm easily pleased)Deadline:
16th March 2013 is the last day for submitting. Extensions will be considered if you have a good reason and really want to enter. The deadline expires when it's not 16 March anywhere in the world.-The song must be a new track made for this challenge.
-You will post your song HERE, in the official challenge thread.
-Other participants will listen to your song. You will listen to other participants' songs. Critique will be had.
-Three runner-ups will be chosen by me.
-A winner from amongst the three will be chosen by votes on the forum, in a new FINALS thread (with awesome voting tech and all).
-The winner will host the next challenge.
Looking forward to hearing what you all come up with!BONUS FUNTIMES:
Please post spurious job titles and names with your entries/comments and if I have time I will make an actual credits sequence with the winning entry.