Yo dawg, did you ever play a game and want to make another game inside of that game? We’re talking all things creativity and listening to the music that accompanies your game building fun!
We’re joined by mega-musician-extraordinaire, Chris Baines! He contributes to the musical choices, and talks about his love for a very VERY special ROM-hack of Metroid and Zelda!
Buy his new album Euphie now on Bandcamp! It rules, and you will like it!
Dancing Drums – Little Big Planet – PlayStation 3 – Ananda Shankar
Boss Theme 1 – RPG Maker 2003 – PC – Unknown
Create: Super Mario Bros: Underground Theme – Super Mario Maker – Nintendo Wii U
Main Theme – Banjo Kazooie: Nuts and Bolts – Xbox 360 – Grant Kirkhope, Robin Beanland, and David Clynick
Wario Ware Inc. – WarioWare DIY – Nintendo DS – Kenichi Nishimaki, Takeru Kanazaki
Credits – Fighter Maker 2 – Playstation 2 – INTELLIGENTSIA
Bonus Round: Creative Exercise (Orchestral Remix) – Mario Paint – ClefferNotes
Time Man (Famicom cover for MegaMaker) (powered up) – Cosmic Gem Sim City Theme Remix –
Ghost House (SMB1) – Chris Baines
Supermoon – No Man’s Sky – PS4, Steam – 65daysofstatic
Josh and Keyglyph from
The VGM Jukebox podcast have lost their Haunted Jukebox! The only way to find The Haunted Jukebox? With jazz-club inspired video game music!
They travel from their Overworld and into Rob and Pernell’s listening room! It’s a mystery of Scooby-Doo levels, and a cross-over more awesome than when The Flintstones met The Jetsons!
Enjoy this extra long cross-over episode, complete with mystery, personal stories, and EXCELLENT MUSIC.
You can listen to
The VGM Jukebox with Josh and Keyglyph on iTunes and their website!
Bar – Traverse: Starlight & Prairie – Super Famicom – Daisuke Tamura
Bar – Metal Max 2 – Super Famicom – Satoshi Kadokura
Bar – Wizardry: Tale of the Forsaken Land – PlayStation 2 – Satoshi Iwasaki, Isao Kasai, Makoto Suehiro, Kenji Tani
Unknown Music – James Bond Jr – NES – Neil Baldwin
Bar Sambora – Famicom Tantei Club Part II: Ushiro ni Tatsu Shojo – Super Famicom – Kenji Yamamoto Mike’s Jukebox – Marvelous: Mouhitotsu no Takarajima – Super Famicom – Yuichi Ozaki
I Dream of You (Miss Stiletto Heels) – Deadly Premonition – Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, PC – Riyou Kinugasa, Takuya Kobayashi, Hiromi Mizutani, vocals by Carol in the Galaxy of Terror
Profit – Breath of Fire – Super Nintendo – Hitoshi Sakimoto
Column Dive Jazz Quartet Cover (Columns III) – Soundole VGM Covers
Your Name Please (Mother 2) – Super Soul Bros.
Boogie Woogie in the Bar Piano Cover (Dragon Quest VIII) – Francis Rave
Karin’s Theme (Street Fighter V) – ClassicalCat Joanna ft. The Consouls
It’s raining outside! That means we need to stay inside all day and play video games! Darn! Rob and Pernell share their favorite rainy-day themed music! Rain used in games as back-drops to set the mood and create a unique atmosphere, so the music is composed accordingly. Pernell shares his thoughts on his panels at
Anime Central, and they both discuss the effects of time travel.
Stone Heads – Rain World – PS4, Steam – James Primate and Lydia Esrig Hopeless Revolution – Valkyrie Profile – Playstation – Motoi Sakuraba
Gamelan Rain Melody – Monument Valley 2 – iOS –
Todd Baker Silent Rain – Mega Man 10 – Various – Ippo Yamada, Ryo Kawakami, Hiroki Isogai, and Yu Shimoda
Death – Fez – Various –
Disasterpeace Rebellion – Radiant Historia – Nintendo DS – Yoko Shimomura
Heavy Rain Remix –
Amella Town Rain – Silent Hill: Downpour – Playstation 3, Xbox 360 – Daniel Licht
Threat-Sky Islands – Rain World – PS4, Steam – James Primate and Lydia Esrig