Nowadays, game designers can jump into a full motion suit, roll around for 30 minutes and add those animations in to a game. Where's the fun in this, where's the imagination. During the 1980's game designers could create almost any idea they wanted and every sprite is created pixel by pixel, animation by animation.
Cicada goes old school, with classic retro graphics, dark atmosphere throughout and the level of detail that goes into every scene can't go unmissed.
Any gamer, can remember their favourite game music; be the intro to Double Dragon, the boss battle from Final Fantasy 7 or the original NES Zelda theme music. We teamed up with Five'O'Five . who make Chipmusic out of their home town of Dresden, Germany. Also known as 505 in the demo scene. They still create their music with one or more original Atari ST machines.