If you head on over to Bandcamp, you’ll be able to download Jessica Curry’s soundtrack for thechineseroom’s Dear Esther. It will run you ₤4.99 and contains 17 tracks. You can also have a listen to the soundtrack samples on the site as well. The soundtrack is also available through iTunes and on Amazon UK for £5.99 or £0.69 per track. Thanks, absolutezero.
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Dear Esther Soundtrack
Humble Bundle 8 has helped thechineseroom’s Dear Esther sail past the 750,000 unit mark. This is according to a tweet from studio co-director Jessica Curry. “We always said we’d be delighted with 20,000 sales so this number means a lot to us, as do as all the wonderful emails & tweets,” she said. Humble Bundle […]
Within five and a half hours on sale, Dear Esther has sold enough units to pay for its development. In less than 24-hours, the game has sold 16,000 units on Steam, and has afforded thechineseroom the opportunity to recoup its financial backing from the Indie Fund and skirt to the top of the Steam’s sales […]