Assault Android Cactus (2015)

I ran into Sanatana Mishra (Nart) in the Valley in early 2013 and he said he had quit working for SEGA Brisbane and started his own company with Tim Dawson (also ex SEGA) and he asked if I wanted to drop by their place and check out the game they were making. I was so impressed with Assault Android Cactus that I joined their company Witch Beam. This is something I’ve always wanted to do too…be a developer instead of just working for them.


Tim Dawson, Sanatana Mishra and myself are pleased to announce the release of our game Assault Android Cactus for Windows, OS X and LINUX! We’ve also released the OST as a bundle on Steam as well as on all major online music shops. This game has been 3 years in the making and we’ve poured our heart and soul into it. We are immensely proud of what we’ve achieved and we hope you all have as much fun playing it as we did creating it.

Steam Store Page


Grab the soundtrack at these fine stores:  iTunes   Bandcamp   Amazon


3 comments on “Assault Android Cactus (2015)

  1. It’s awesome that you will do the music for this game.
    It would be cool if this game became an animated series like those fox kids cgi shows back then!
    ahh… my younger days….

  2. Ohhh, this makes! I have sat back and listened to the opening music on Assault Android Cactus a couple of times. I think it would be cool if they put an android in the background, maybe Holly, and synched her mouth like she was singing the female chant parts. I also like the music on Oxygen a lot.

    I didn’t make the connection between Cactus and Fall of the Samurai (which had a nice boost in how good the music sounded.) My favorite part in Fall of the Samurai is now Ebb and Flow, the chords from about :58 to 1:10. I’m sure I’ll want to integrate some of the ideas there into my own tunes. Anyway, nice to learn more about your music!

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