It's finally happened. Ley Lines has finally been Greenlit!
Now to be honest, it had been Greenlit a little more than a week ago, but I was waiting for the right moment to put up this post.
I just want to say a big, BIG thank you to all who came and voted, and expressed interest and all sorts. <3
The game will be released towards the end of Summer 2016 for free, and the soundtrack for the game will also be released for free on Bandcamp around the same time of the game's release.
And speaking of the game's soundtrack, the main theme of Ley Lines -- Light, Shine Down -- has been frontpaged. If you haven't already given it a listen, I would be glad if you do. ^_^
The game is at the end stages of being developed, as far as I am aware. In the way of music, I'm on the last track of the OST for it -- and I've got to say, what a ride it has been!
Throughout the month of June, Yasunori Mitsuda and Procyon Studio held a vocal audition, looking for an English-speaking vocalist to work with them. @Phyrnna told me about this audition and encouraged me to take part, and I mulled over the idea for a bit before finally deciding to do something. Then the second and third week of June passed without me doing anything due to sickness.
Then finally, on 27 June, I decided that enough was enough. I pushed through sickness and a wavering voice to record this audition entry.
This is actually a remake of Asperges Me, a track submitted against @Bosa for the 2012 NG Audio Deathmatch. I picked this song because I felt it covered my main range pretty well.
Knowing Mitsuda, he wouldn't care about how well-established someone is -- he is looking for the voice that works best with what he's doing at this point in time. With that in mind, I would be glad with whomever he chooses. The video is always there for posterity. It's the first music video I've done in recent times. My first proper one! I'm still overwhelmed with joy over having recorded it.
(Thanks to you, Chris, Jason and Seán, for helping me on that day.)
I have been enabled for livestreaming on YouTube. Now comes my big question: what would you like to see me livestream?
Please give me some ideas in the comments below, and I might do them.