Author Archives: Chase Bethea

Orchestra Brothers Roster Addition

Sooooo excited! I was added to the Orchestra Bros. Roster on their website. Apparently, they liked the Cubic Climber Original Soundtrack.

This is a humbling moment as they have placed me next to the greats in the media composition world like Joe Hisaishi, Cris Velasco, Bear McCreary, Austin Wintory and Jesper Kyd.

You can check it out in the link below!

Orchestra Bros. Roster

Check out the critically acclaimed album that landed me the position below

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Pixelated Audio Podcast Expansion Pack IV & Interview!

I had the greatest honor to be on one of my new favorite podcasts, Pixelated Audio.

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I Can’t Escape: Darkness

I Can’t Escape: Darkness is an atmospheric horror adventure game that pulls you into a living dungeon where everything conspires against your escape. It is an immersive journey into the unknown, personified by the Darkness itself. Your odds of escape are slim, and when you fail, the dungeon will change before you can try again. Defend yourself from the Darkness with whatever light you can find; once your light burns out, the Darkness will consume you.

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Super Happy Fun Block

Super Happy Fun Block is a puzzle platformer set in a lively cartoon world where color and reality intertwine.

Ball’s world was black and white until blue and red alien Blocks fell from the sky and destroyed civilization. If Ball’s to survive, he’ll have to learn to use these new colors to his advantage.

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Deity Quest

Deity Quest is a light-hearted, pokemon-inspired RPG where you play as an ambitious young god, recently assigned to a world – Aberos – to convert followers and gain power. Your goal is to become the Overgod, the highest position among the many gods of Aberos. Develop your divine magic, support your followers in fast-paced 6 vs. 6 battles, adventure through locations, and compete with other deities in your quest to reach the top!

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Cubic Climber

Cubic Climber is a simple game based on player’s reflexes and ability to move fingers on keyboard without releasing specified keys too soon or pressing the wrong ones. You play as a climber who is trying to climb a mountain using various holds. Every climbing hold is presented by two keys that you must press and hold until you get to another one. Some of the holds are time limited, if you don’t get them in time, you will fall. This game also includes: multiplayer (sort of), list of top 5 players in different categories,customization of your climber, system for improving qualification times and 5 unique levels. You can try to beat best times of other people and improve your rank by earning points. The final release will be totally free!

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Different Color

A short (~15 min) interactive story about friendship and loneliness. A Different Color was made in two weeks for the One Game A Month challenge.

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I Can’t Escape

You have fallen into a vast underground maze. Can you find your way out, or will you end up trapped in darkness forever? We recommend playing in a dimly lit room with your speaker or headphone volume turned up. It’s best to play I Can’t Escape late at night, as it is an eerie exploration experience.

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Electron Flux

A puzzle game for Android where the player has to design machines to route and energize electrons to meet the level quota. This is done with arrows, switches, lasers, and other contraptions. It’s got 24 levels and a great original soundtrack.

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How to Build a Mini/Portable Foley Stage

So, I needed to do some sound effects for this indie game I was working on and I realized with such a low budget, I could not really afford to buy these sample libraries and customize them to my liking to fit the game. So, I decided to do a little research and do my own.  I found it it to be highly effective and so I decided to share with my fellow game audio peers. For the most part it was well received and for others, well, let’s just say people don’t always read things carefully or they can be haters. Nevertheless, the article was featured on Gamasutra!  Here is the full post or you can find the link to the article below.

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