For everyone who celebrates it, Merry Christmas to you. For all who celebrates something else, including but not limited to anti-life, happy whatever that would be from all of us at Save Point.
By the way, if you want to download the album, go ahead and do so. It can be free, but if you feel in the giving mood, you can pay what you want. It's full of holiday Chiptune wonderment.
The Chiptune ninja FantomenK (literally, he's a ninja. A hoodie ninja at that) smoke bombed this new track onto the interwebs of a tiny spaceship's final mission. This one's got a little more traditional electrohouse flair in there in the beat, but the chips are still prevalent. I know I want to play this next time I play Galaga and see how much it enhances the experience. So listen and prepare your own tiny spaceship for your mission. That sounded better in my head.
I decided to have a St. Patrick's Day post on a gamer...ish...site in the most Irish gamer way I could think of: A chiptune cover of a U2 song, "New Year's Data" by Inverse Phase. So the song is New Year's Day on St. Patrick's Day...now I'm confused. Anyway, Happy St. Patrick's Day from all of us at Save Point. I imagine it would be a day where Lisa would be drinking her fill, and then some, of Guinness while Brock and Nick scheme horrible things against her to take advantage of her increasing Guinness induced state while I, Stuart, try to control the chaos. But really, that's how I imagine every day would be, so it's nothing new.
(Music by Doctor Octoroc)
For all of you who celebrate Christmas, Merry Christmas to you from Save Point. May your gifts be full of gaming goodness and not lurking bears with chainsaw arms.