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Venture into the unknown with twenty tracks of dark fantasy music from composer Joel Steudler! Folk sounds from ancient times mix with metal guitar and eerie atmospheres to offer you a distinctly dangerous sound. Stirring themes evoke the unsettling mood of a place lost to otherworldly enemies and chaotic magic. You will find a little solace and a lot of adventure in this collection of troubled tracks.

  • 20 music tracks suitable for battle, dungeons, themes and towns!
  • 15 ME Musical Events for short dramatic moments!
  • .ogg and .m4a formats included.
  • use in any game engine or media projects (commercial or non)
  • sold under the Game Asset Bundle JSM License Agreement

The Cursed Kingdoms product line brings you a whole world of game assets made in collaboration by several creators! Check out the rest...

Cursed Kingdoms: Twisted Forest Music Pack by Joel Steudler
Cursed Kingdoms: Twisted Forest Monster Pack by Galefire RPG
Cursed Kingdoms Battlebacks
by Joel Steudler
Cursed Kingdoms Monster Pack by Galefire RPG
Cursed Kingdom Tileset by Dragoonwys
Animations Collection: Cursed Kingdoms by Dreams Circle

Rated 5.0 out of 5 stars
AuthorJoel Steudler
TagsAudio, Fantasy, Music


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In order to download this asset pack you must purchase it at or above the minimum price of $14.99 USD. You will get access to the following files:

Cursed_Kingdoms_MP_vol_01.rar 82 MB


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I remember watching a documentary about the late Icelandic composer Johan Johnson. The one line that stuck with me was his music could "peel away at the heart of those who don't know how to feel or are afraid to." I can the same about songs like Wayfarers path from Cursed Kingdoms or others from Twisted Forest, They can breakthrough anyone's heart no matter how hardened it has become from life.

I really appreciate the compliment (and now I'm going to have to look up Johan Johnson), and it's great to hear that the music is connecting with you in that way. The 'dark fantasy' vibe that I've tried to carry through the CK sets is more charged emotionally than a more clinical orchestral or synth performance might be. The instrumentation and idioms mix a lot of ethnic sounds and unconventional noises that create a really great atmosphere. I also love finding instruments I never knew about... I recently got kind of obsessed with the tagelharpa, which I used (a virtual version of) in a set of CK tracks I need to get released on here called 'Untold Tales.'