• UrZoo Social Game Music Competition

    FluffyLogic, the studio that brought you the highly addictive tower-defence strategy game Savage Moon and the city-smashing monster mayhem in Eat Them! to PlayStation3, invites you to create some original music for their new social game UrZoo.

    The lucky winner’s music will feature in the game and their name will appear in the game credits!

    A bit about UrZoo:

    UrZoo is a zoo game like no other! It is a social game that enables you to build your own zoo – feed your animals, grow crops, run gift shops, hot-dog stands, sit in the park, and even decorate your animals…but most importantly, you get to breed your animals! And not just elephants…it allows you to breed your elephants with your pandas – and your flamingos with your alligators!

    UrZoo is a freemium game aimed at different types of gamers, from the hardcore to the casual: with something for everyone. It will be released later on this year for iOS platforms, although a Facebook version may also be in the works.


    A bit about the music:

    The music for UrZoo can be any style you think would fit the atmosphere of a zoo. It must be catchy, easy on the ears and most of all, FUN!

    Competition Rules:

    • Music must be no more than 3 minutes long
    • Music must be loop-able
    • Music must be WAV (16bit 44.1khz), AIF or 320kbps MP3 format
    • Entries must use original music and source samples (unless rights are given by the originator)
    • Music file must be titled “UrZoo Social Game Music Competition – Artist – Track name”
    • Submissions: A link to the music must be emailed to ana@fluffylogic.net, include artists name and contact details….PLEASE DO NOT ATTACH YOUR MUSIC TO THE EMAIL!
    • All entries must be submitted by Monday 18th August 2011.
    • Entries can be used by FluffyLogic for promotional purposes. Artist(s) will be credited accordingly.

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Discussion 6 Responses

  1. July 20, 2011 at 5:42 am

    So.. you want free music. Is the rest of your team working for free?

  2. July 20, 2011 at 10:58 am

    FluffyLogic has always supported musicians by commissioning original music for all of our games and it has always been a feature of them. we are a small independent company and know how hard it is to get into the industry. we have a composer who is producing most of the music and getting paid but thought it would be really cool for someone with no/little experience to get the chance for their music to be featured in a game and to have their name in the credits.

  3. July 20, 2011 at 3:22 pm

    I agree for with Ana. I’m a graduating composition/ sound design student of the HKU (Netherlands). Having a lot of experience making games at the faculty isn’t a ticket for getting into the industry. Opportunities like Ur Zoo might be that ticket, and are more then welcome. So thank you Fluffylocig. I’m game ;)

  4. July 22, 2011 at 6:05 pm

    Has anyone thought that this is incredibly similar to TinyZoo already on the Iphone/Ipad… I’m sure you have realised this but I was alarmed when I saw the whole idea of cross breeding as TinyZoo has this already.

    Looks fun though.

    Neither a Susan, nor Dave nor Rhapsody be… be a games dev instead!


  5. July 25, 2011 at 12:57 pm

    hi xussia

    so, were you at the Game Horizon conference to know about Rhapsody, Sue and Dave?! and you were listening…! ;) awesome!! we do know about TinyZoo…but in Ur Zoo you can breed any animal with any animal…forever! :)

  6. August 16, 2011 at 9:08 am

    There is no Monday 18th August 2011… :)