What’s next from the creator of understated indie fave I Wish I Were The Moon? Daniel Benmergui has teased his latest game, Today I Die — currently in the process of finding a sponsor for its eventual release — with only three elements.
In his latest blog post he’s added the image to the right, a single sentence describing it as being about “the daily choice of waking up in the morning,” and an mp3 preview of its soundtrack by Hernán Rozenwasser (who was also behind the audio in Benmergui’s 2008 Java heartbreaker Night Raveler).
There’s not too much we can glean from the audio, other than a similar deep-sea sonar and slow-drip motif that’s echoed in the preview image: here’s hoping for a Kongregate or similar portal release soon.
Today I Die (Soundtrack) [Ludomancy]
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