Monthly Archives: June 2014
Jonathan Eng – “Anna” live in Mölle
In the beginning of June, we went to Mölle to find inspiration by the sea for our current project. Simogo troubadour extraordinaire Jonathan Eng brought his guitar and performed his pop hit “Anna” from DEVICE 6 for us.
Luckily, Gordon caught the magic on tape. Enjoy!
Year Walk Steam Summer Sale
Here’s the deal:
The PC and Mac version of Year Walk is now 50% (!!!) off on Steam as part of the Steam Summer Sale! Hurry up, the sale ends 29 June!
… And because we’re so nice we also put the Mac App Store Version on sale!
If you follow us you know that this is not something we usually do, so do take us up on the offer before we change our mind!
(Oh, and tomorrow is Midsummer, one of those perfect days to go on a year walk. So, there’s another reason for you!)
Music In Schools Bundle
The DEVICE 6 and Year Walk soundtracks are, along with loads of other great albums, part of the Music In Schools Bundle.
All of the proceeds go directly to a project that helps provide music education for children, so we urge you to support this!
A description directly from the bundle:
In January, San Francisco Bay Area composer Dren McDonald released The String Arcade, an album of original string quartet arrangements of iconic video game themes. 100% of the album’s profits have been donated to the Alameda Music Project, a transformative music education program that provides tuition-free music instruction to underserved children in Alameda, California.
Now Dren has teamed up with Humble Bundle and dozens of indie composers, musicians, and game developers to put together the Humble “Music in Schools” Bundle, with all proceeds going straight to Alameda Music Project.
DEVICE 6 won an Apple Design Award
Title says it all. During the award show at Apple’s conference WWDC in San Francisco, DEVICE 6 was one of the apps that was awarded with the prestigious Apple Design Award. Who would’ve imagined that this odd little thing that is DEVICE 6 would go on to win so many things, and reach so many people?