October’s Most Upvoted Covers

Here are the top 5 most upvoted on our VGCover /Reddit during October 2017.

  • 1st) Piano Game Knight and Psamathes – Eyes on Me (ENG) from Final Fantasy VIII 

 

  • 2nd) Eric L. with Pokemon Center Theme from Pokemon

 

  • 3rd) Lautaro Herrero with Home from Undertale

 

  • 4th) Mairiba with Hang Eight from Crash Bandicoot 2: Cortex Strikes Back

 

  • 5th) TeraCMusic with Phantom Train from Final Fantasy VI 

Pixel Mixers August Cover Contest Results

A small but high in quality contest for sure!
We got some new people like Medllix or JohnStacy who both delivered great music!

The theme of this contest was “Ending and Credit Theme“.
For once the audio and video ranking results are significantly different.

With the current top 3 of both audio and video championship not participating, it allows some of the underdogs to catch up and get closer to the final podium!

September theme is “Mini-Games“, you can participate here:
https://www.reddit.com/r/VGCovers/comments/6xcwck/event_september_2017_pixel_mixers_vgm_cover/?st=j71srzg2&sh=d0bf4719

And now the results to August!

  • AUDIO 1st place : Team Frisen
  • AUDIO 2nd place : Medllix
  • AUDIO 3rd place : Orchestral Fantasy
  • VIDEO 1st place : JohnStacy
  • VIDEO 2nd place : Tyler Jenkins
  • VIDEO 3rd place : Styrofoam Shotgun

Pixel Mixers 2017 Cover Championship: http://bit.ly/2017PixelMixersChampionship
Thanks a lot and congratulations to all the participants, and see you next month!

April Most Up-Voted Covers

Here are the top 5 most up-voted on our VGCover /Reddit during April 2017.

  • 1st: The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past – Dark World [ChristoFLUR]
  • 2nd: Sonic Adventure 2 – Eternal Engine [Mohmega]
  • 3rd: Pokemon Red/Blue – Main Theme [The Geeky Guitarist]
  • 4th: Rayman – Mysterious Gongs [Danilo Ciaffi]
  • 5th: F-Zero – Mute City [Mariachi Entertainment System]
 

Pixel Mixers Albums in 2016

If you missed our previous albums, here is a post to discover them… all!
Simply click on the cover arts to open a download link.

Seas of Time
The 1st album ever released by the Pixel Mixers community is a 4 disc album covering the full OST of the Playstation classic: Final Fantasy VIII and it’s unforgettable soundtrack by Nobuo Uematsu.

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Full Album Streaming:

 

Songs from a Nightmare
For our 2nd album we decided to make a tribute to the horror genre. Not only the usual survival-horror games such as silent Hill, Resident Evil or Dino Crisis but also games like Castlevania, Medievil, Parasite Eve and many more.
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Full album streaming:

 

Clockwork
The desperately too short Chrono series remains today one of the most beloved J-RPG series of all time. We decided to make a tribute to Chrono Trigger and Cross with this album and to salute the genius composer Yasunori Mitsuda.

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Disc 1 streaming

Disc 2 streaming

Disc 3 streaming

 

The Great Tale of the Little Ones
Indie games have been more and more successful last years with hits like Super Meat Boy, the binding of Isaac and more recently Undertale. If those independent games can offer new ideas and concept, gameplay and/or story wise, they are also an amazing playground for composers and naturally for us, cover artists.

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Disc 1 streaming

Disc 2 streaming

Disc 3 streaming

Catch This!
That’s crazy how time flies, isn’t it?
Yes, that game we all played, the 1st generation of Pokemon turned 20 years old in 2016. It’s the good occasion to take a huge load of nostalgia thanks to Junichi Masuda’s music revisited by our community.

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Full album streaming

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“Catch This !” – A Pokemon Red & Blue Tribute album

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Click on the image to listen to the trailer 🙂

Are you a fan of Pokemon ?
Yes ?

Great news, because we are too ! And we’re proud to present our new tribute album, dedicated to Pokemon Red and Blue, featuring our fellow Pixel Mixers members !

You can download this album here, for free.

Hope you’ll have fun listening to it, at least as much as we had making it !

Also, don’t hesitate to tell us what you think about it, constructive criticism is always welcome !