Soothing Tunes or Upbeat Songs: When the Sound Makes All the Difference

December 12, 2016 by Mobile Beat

Music is one of the most wonderful things that could ever happen to humanity. The lullabies sung by our parents are among the first things we hear, and from there on, there’s no stopping it – music accompanies us throughout our lives, being there for us when we are happy, sad, excited or relaxed. There is a type of music that fits for every situation, for our every mood – when we are happy or sad, sleepy or alert. What’s most interesting, though, that music works both ways: it triggers an emotional response in us, being capable of elevating or striking down our mood.

Composers, filmmakers, and game designers are well aware of music’s capabilities to trigger an emotional response. We can hear it ourselves whenever we watch a movie – when something horrible is set to happen, the music is also scary and pressing, and when something uplifting happens on the screen, it is accompanied by specific tones that make the moment even more solemn. Game designers also use music to scare us, soothe us, or give us a few moments to prepare before the next enemy jumps out of the shadow. Let’s see a few examples of how the music playing in the background of casual games can make all the difference in the world by looking at some Euro Palace online casino games.

Serenity

Serenity is a game with a very descriptive name – it is a slot machine meant to relax its players. Slot machines are known to take their players into the “zone” – a state of mind where time seems to dilate, similar to meditation – and Serenity has everything it needs to achieve this in a very short time. With relaxing colors and a soothing Asian soundtrack, Serenity helps hundreds of Euro Palace players forget about their problems for a while, and relax at the end of a tiresome day.

Girls with Guns

An action-packed game with an action-packed soundtrack. Girls with Guns is one of the most played games at the Euro Palace, which is not a surprise given its entertainment value. The game tells the story of a team of girls – a mix between Charlie’s Angels and The Expandables – on a mission to destroy a drug-dealing operation in South America. As you might expect, the game’s soundtrack is fast, filled with drums and electric guitars, filling players with anticipation and excitement.

Alaxe in Zombieland

One of the weirdest, scariest games at the Euro Palace, with a soundtrack that’s a perfect fit for its topic. Alaxe in Zombieland takes players on a visit to Wonderland but not the one depicted by Lewis Carroll: this Wonderland has been overrun by zombies. Its strings soundtrack does exactly what it is supposed to: it fills players with angst and anticipation, expecting the next win – or the next gruesome animation that comes their way.

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