Music has always been a large part of my life, I’m a bit of a muso. I learned violin and trumpet in school, taught myself guitar (and then bass) and now drums. Drums are a tricky beast, so I’m now having weekly lessons. But there’s certain bands and/or albums that were synonymous with the creation of various Cryptology games.
Cryptology Nottingham Creation: Music
However, I cannot pin a song to Cypherdyne‘s creation. This whole creation process is quite a blur, but once opened work for The Crypt started and I have definite recollections to Crypt-building and their first album My Head Is An Animal.
Next creation at Cryptology was “The Basement Game” (this is being transferred, less about this, more to the choons!). This game started creation in February 2016, and this was deep in my Everything Everything phase, strengthened by seeing them in Nottingham in November of 2015.
So, the early stages without a doubt were consumed with their album Get To Heaven.
However, I have a fond memory of letting YouTube play classical music. The epic-game we were working on backed up with this soundtrack just seemed to work!
Cryptology Barnsley Creation: Music
Next in chain of being built was HMS Cypher at Cryptology Barnsley. Whilst Simon may not possess my love for them (although I do not believe he dislikes them), his playlist now has these as a constant suggestion (back to Everything Everything).
Cryptology Sheffield Creation: Music
Cryptology Sheffield – Simon tends to listen to film soundtracks, Mark various songs on a playlist that’s been built from the mid-90’s. However, where Simon and Mark have synergy and the album has been played many times is Pink Floyd’s Other Side Of The Moon.