Video Game Loving Musician Releases Mobile Game Inspired By His Glitch-Core Music Video

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Egadz is a glitch musician, using video game sounds and samples to create original electronica music. He’s been at it for a while, with a number of releases–some from as far back as 2002–to his credit.

Today, however, Egadz has released an mobile game, with a version on Android, iOS, and Windows 8, based on his new single, “Ghosts,” the video of which can be seen below.

In the video, Egadz plays a vector-based video game wall, rocking out to an electronic, video game inspired beat. Check it out:

He’s now released a mobile game, based on the same single from the upcoming album, Satellites, which is due out on July 30. The album is currently available for pre-order, with a limited edition, 3D printed USB flash drive with high bit rate AIFF files for the audiophiles among us.

The mobile game, Space Beats, is available now as a universal app on the App Store and for Android devices on the Google Play store.

So, if you’re into video games on iOS and Android, you like glitch-core beats, and want to play through a cool looking and sounding game, give Space Beats a try.