Tim Shiel’s Induction soundtrack combines the game’s signature theme with a collection of bespoke ambient works inspired by the game’s time-bending premise.
Induction’s sound world is playful and tricky, like the game itself, constantly shapeshifting and alternating from minimalism to maximalism. Tracks like “Orlando” and "Caruso" sound like orchestral sections frozen in time; while two-part electronic epic “Undone” bristles with an ominous and arcane energy, before rolling into an ethereal rhythm.
Accompanying the ambient pieces is the game's signature theme, where dreamy childlike melodies cascade over tightly interlocking layers of organic and electronic percussion.
Induction is an abstract puzzle game about time travel and paradoxes. As you master its logic, Induction aims to rewire how you think about cause and effect.
Induction was created by Bryan Gale, with music and sound by Tim Shiel, and is available now on Steam, Humble Bundle and itch.io.
This is the second OST from Disasterpeace I've purchased, the first being Fez OST. Chiptune and ambient combined perfectly, like if Stars Of The Lid or BoC were charged with scoring an 8-bit game. GodIsChad
One of the last time I ever played this game, maybe 4 or 5 years ago (2023 now) I was smacked with an overwhelming thought: "why are you playing this right now?" Haven't played since, have been following my dreams best I can. I am thankful for these tunes, deeply. GodIsChad