Zombie Dog in Crazyland was the soundtrack to the indie video game of the same name. The game was developed by TIGSource user Giuseppe "Eclipse" Navarria. Little to nothing is known about this video game, however the soundtrack was recently, and unofficially released by C418. Later own, a video was posted on YouTube showcasing a reboot of the game that was planned for PS3 and PC, but was silently cancelled. The music playing in the background of the video was not created by C418. Each of the tracks came in pairs, both which differ in "intensity". The game was designed to mix the two versions of the track depending on the "intensity" of the level.
the way it was supposed to work is that there are A and B versions that you were supposed to kind of go back and forth between depending on intensity?
The songs were splitted up in two parts. A is "everything okay. Proceed." B is "everything is fucked up. Prepare to die".
oh 2_a is the first one and the one that was actually playing in the level in the first prototype
- 2_a is a calmer remix of a dissociated wobwob.
And this is the menu song bla: