A downloadable music pack

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This music pack contains six SNES-inspired BGMs (seven for Ko-fi members) you can use free and royalty-free in both non-commercial and commercial projects, released under a Creative Commons International 4.0 Attribution License:

  • A Farming We Will Go
  • Battleground (Ko-fi member exclusive, access on Discord)
  • First Story
  • In Combative Motion
  • Island Hopper
  • Tough Consequences
  • Vibrant

See the included README file for more information.

Read the important license information below before using the music.

These songs are free to use in free and commercial projects. Any donation toward the download supports my future music work, and I greatly appreciate it.

Become a member on Ko-fi for a free extra track in each release.

Want more music? Here's a complete list of my music packs.

Need custom music?

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You must include the following credit in any work using this music.

Contains music ©2023 Retro Indie Josh (https://retroindiejosh.itch.io) Licensed under Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International

(You can tuck this away in a README or fine print somewhere, but I would prefer more obvious credit so people know it's my work. Thanks!)


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Click download now to get access to the following files:

FREE Music Pack 8: Super (ogg) [Recommended] 10 MB
FREE Music Pack 8: Super (wav) [Max Quality] 72 MB
FREE Music Pack 8: Super (mp3) 10 MB


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I'm using A Farming We Will Go a lot in my game Trash Fish, https://taruzahat.itch.io/trash-fish
I have put the credits on the title screen and on the game page so it'll be seen by quite a few people :)

I have changed the pitch for the game over and finish screen to be lower and higher respectivly, is this allowed?

Hi Taru! Thanks for using my music, and for asking.

Yes, this is allowed under the license which says you are free to “Adapt — remix, transform, and build upon the material for any purpose, even commercially” as long as you provide the appropriate credit, which it sounds like you did.