Gaming bundles are all the rage lately, and I’m pretty sure I’ve bought at least 3 or 4 copies of many top games trying to “collect ‘em all.” It’s all good though, these bundle promotions typically go towards a good cause, are a good deal overall, and offer a selection of some astounding games.

Or, sometimes, gaming soundtracks. We’ve seen gaming bundles feature iOS games, or include an iOS gaming soundtrack or two, but currently there is what I believe to be the first bundle to focus almost exclusively on iOS soundtracks, appropriately called the iGame Music Bundle. Hey, just because they're mobile games doesn’t mean they don’t also have outstanding soundtracks, right?

So here’s the deal. If you head over to the iGame Music Bundle website and throw down the minimum of $1 you’ll receive the soundtracks to these 5 iOS titles:

Not a bad haul, for a buck or more. If you bump up your contibution to at least the $10 mark, then the rewards increase significantly, and you’ll receive the soundtracks to the following games:

The inclusion of the Contingency album is actually a bonus addition, and as of this writing there’s about 600 sales needed to unlock the soundtrack to Godzi Lab's Happy Street [Free] as well. There’s 2 more blank spots too, so it's possible there's more waiting to be unlocked if further sales goals are met.

That is quite a bit of music for one dollar, and a whole heaping truckload of music for ten dollars. Also, as with most bundles, there's various bonuses and special collector's items you can earn based on your donation amount. If you’re a video game music fan, even just a little bit, the iGame Music Bundle is definitely something you should check out, and it’ll be available for the next 8 days or so.

  • Himmat Singh

    I got this bundle just because of Horn. I wanted to get the soundtrack anyway, and this made it so much simpler, not to mention cheaper.

    • Lomyr

      Same. I'd pay for horn soundtrack alone.

  • ImJPaul

    Unrelated, but tell me the IB:D is coming today please?! Anything in ur feeds?!

  • ducksFANjason

    I haven't gotten around to playing Horn yet, so it's nice to know the music's great, but I haven't played any of the other titles on the list, save Super Hexagon, iblast Moki 2 and Super Stickman Golf. I was super excited to hear about this iOS music bundle, but I feel like a lot of the games they chose to feature tracks from are unheard-ofs (for me at least).

  • Deamon34

    Maybe it's just me but I feel that if I pay for the game then I should get the soundtrack for free. Ah whatever!

    • soundofjw

      Just throwing two cents here as an iOS composer myself.

      In most cases, iPhone soundtracks are done by people who are contracted by the company. 9 times out of 10, these soundtracks never see the light of day. When they do, however, it's generally because the composer managed to retain the right to sell the soundtrack, and was probably paid less for the contract (this usually happens due to budget).

      Think of this as your friendly "Support the Arts" PSA. (:

  • Colten Moore

    I've resolved to drop $1 for the Horn soundtrack alone, but haven't heard much of the others (I only own SSG off the rest of the list). How are they? Worth the extra $9? Not particularly interested in 8-bit or 16-bit soundtracks, but accept that there are exceptional ones out there.

  • https://me.yahoo.com/rekzkarz#a0df5 REkzkaRZ

    How about I pay $0 and save my money for songs & soundtracks that I actually like?  

    Agree w/Deamon34 re: people who buy the game then needing to buy the soundtracks separately.  Guess it's all about milking the 99c?

  • InfectiousRed

    I did the $10, but I've only downloaded Horn so far because of free time vs stuff I've needed to do. Wow, amazing soundtrack.

  • http://twitter.com/wilflare Wilson Lim

    not sure if anyone still sees this thread.. but i got an extra bundle for this. let me know if anyone wants to buy it