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Dungeon of the Endless Gets Free Soundtrack Download
Developer Amplitude Studios will soon release the full version of Dungeon of the Endless, which is currently on Steam via Early Access. Until its release date on October 27, however, you can start getting ready by downloading the soundtrack for an optional price.
A total of 17 songs can be heard on Bandcamp, where it’s also possible to download the full soundtrack and donate any amount you’d like. We’ll list the names of the tracks below:
- Dungeon of the Endless (Main Title)
- Skulk Around
- Wrecking Bad
- Ground Mist
- An Outmoded Voice
- The Wild Underground Plains
- Crystal Quest
- Turtle Mode Engaged
- Found a Thing!
- Wacky Ruins
- Lady Shaft
- Alien Pollen
- Elevator Song
- Game Over
- The Surface (End Title)
Once again, the music for Amplitude’s game is provided by FlyByNo. This artist was also the creator of the soundtracks for their other releases, Endless Space and Endless Legend, both of whose music is free to download.
Additionally, the talented composer has recently also constructed the tracks for stealth game, Styx: Master of Shadows. That one is free as well and can be found in the sidebar of the Bandcamp.
It’s pretty amazing that all this music is put up as a pay-what-you-want model, certainly since the release of Steam Music has made buying soundtracks that much more of an incentive.
Dungeon of the Endless is a pixel art rendition of the developer’s franchise that switches from conquest strategy to a mix of roguelike tower defense, together with some more genres. Earlier this year, the company already brought out Endless Legend on Steam, which currently enjoys an 82 Metacritic rating.