From the composer of Wizard of Legend and Majula Frontier.
“I was immediately taken with Sparklite,” North said. “Seeing and playing it was like a sharp reminder of the things I dreamed of doing when I was a kid. The adventure games from those days had the best soundtracks, but not for any technical reason. They were the best at setting the stage, making you feel a certain way, and getting stuck in your head.
“That’s immediately what I imagined when I first saw Sparklite. It felt and still feels like a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to set something like this to music and I’ll always be grateful to the team at Red Blue Games.”
The soundtrack to Sparklite is spread across 18 tracks, totalling almost 40 minutes of “GameCube-style” sounds, and is available now from digital outlets such as Amazon Music, Bandcamp, Google Play, and iTunes, as well as streaming services including Apple Music, Deezer, Napster, Spotify, and TIDAL.
A digital booklet including artwork, an interview with the composer, liner notes, and track-by-track commentary is available from Bandcamp and Apple Music.
North added: “If you ever end up feeling anything like I did when I played the adventure games of my childhood I’ll feel like I at least got part of the way toward that goal.”
Sparklite is developed by Red Blue Games and will be released on 14th November for Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, macOS, and Windows.
A limited physical release of the game is still available to pre-order from the Signature Edition Games website. Sparklite – Signature Edition comes with a soundtrack CD, numbered certificate, and a Nano Block figure.