Enodo Games’ construction game is composed by H-Pi.

The soundtrack to construction game The Architect: Paris is available now alongside three additional albums, each one with its own theme and unique variations of music tracks.

The game is composed by H-Pi (Trackmania, Styx: Master of Shadows, and Werewolf: The Apocalypse – Earthblood) and features performances by the Sinfonia Pop Orchestra.

The regular soundtrack comprises 21 tracks and includes loops of in-game music. The other three albums are themed around the game’s design library filter indices; the ‘Planet’ version features Verena Chen on violin, Jean-Philippe Fournier on alto, and Alexis Derouin on cello; and the ‘Profit’ version consists of electro and ambient variations while the ‘People’ version has a more upbeat and folk-style take on the game’s music.

All four albums are available now to purchase and stream from digital platforms including Amazon Music, Apple Music, Bandcamp, Deezer, iTunes, Spotify, TIDAL, and YouTube Music.

The Architect: Paris is developed by Enodo Games and available now for Windows via early access on Steam; a release on GOG and the Epic Games Store is being discussed.