Edge of Twilight
Edge of Twilight was a 3rd person action-adventure game that presented a unique post-apocalyptic, steampunk fantasy world that was split into separate realms of Day and Night. Players took on the role of Lex, an outcast bounty hunter who finds himself caught amidst the clash of two polar opposite civilizations, the industrial Atherns and the spiritual Lithern, the result of impetuous greed for a solitary source of energy.
Unfortunately, Edge of Twilight’s fate was sealed before the game was completed. Here features some of the music that Mick wrote and recorded for the game.
Music from Edge of Twilight
Iron Horizon: Part 2
Iron Horizon: Part 1
There’s Blood in the Gears…
A Day in Pompeii
Mick was commissioned to produce the audio soundscape for A Day in Pompeii, a travelling museum exhibition featuring more than 250 exquisite objects including marble sculpture, gold jewellery and delicate frescoes evoke the richness and culture of life at the height of the Roman Empire. A Day in Pompeii tells the story of everyday life in the once-bustling city – from food and dining to shopping, medicine and religion.
Mick’s work on A Day in Pompeii earned G.A.N.G.’s “Best Audio Other” award for 2010.
Music from A Day in Pompeii
House of the Vine
Pompeii Suite Part III
Pompeii Suite Part II
Pompeii Suite Part I
Duduk & Cello Solo
Need for Speed: World
Mick’s score for Need for Speed: World is extremely varied with easy-listening modern soundscapes contrasted with adrenaline pumping dance tracks.
Need for Speed World is the FREE to play online racing game where you decide how to play in a massively multiplayer world. Connect with friends or race against the world as you rise through the rankings. Race the very latest cars or relive classic NFS moments with the ever-expanding car list. Stamp your identity on the cars with an endless combination of paints and liveries.
Music from Need for Speed: World
That’s how we go
The World Online
Marvel Super Hero Squad: The Infinity Gauntlet
THQ has released Marvel Super Hero Squad 2: The Infinity Gauntlet which features a 150 minute original score by Mick Gordon. Part rock-infused cartoonish, part retro-tribute, Mick’s fully adaptive score travels across many different genres.
Marvel Super Hero Squad: The Infinity Gauntlet is a continuation of the video game Marvel Super Hero Squad which Mick also scored. Similar to the first game, it features cartoonish Super-deformed versions of the Marvel Comics characters, as seen in the Marvel Super Hero Squad toy line, as well as the television show.
Music from MSHS: The Infinity Gauntlet
Spiderman Kicks Butt!
Shooting Bugs out of the Sky
TekRok Kick Face
The Grandmaster’s Gameshow Theme 2