Medieval Fantasy SFX Pack

Technical Details

Version V1.3 (Last updated 28/06/2015)
Included formats mp3
Created in Various
Changelog Added 106 new sfx files. New folders organization.
Duration 0:10:0
Loops seamlessly
Bitrate 192 kbps
Sample rate 44100

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  1. JackMariani

    Rated 5.0 out of 5
    An absolute winner

    JackMariani

    I was searching for sounds for a fantasy game, and I tried many options, but no one was as complete as this asset.
    The audio is great, and here we’ve the top list of possible sounds also quality-wise. I needed many elements, and I found everything I need for my game.

    One other great plus is the organization. Finding the sounds is very easy and I don’t need to search in thousands of folders. The naming is clear and easy to access.
    When I work with other sound packages I often rename all the files when I place them on my project, but when I use this package I keep the naming as it is.

    If I can be greedy and offer a few more feedback I would ask the following.
    I’d like to have some more sounds for the UI and more sounds for the skulduggery” elements such as traps and picklock.

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  2. tasertv

    Rated 3.5 out of 5
    Should you buy it? Read on.

    tasertv

    Pros:
    Great Audio Quality

    Cons:
    All audio is in .mp4 format instead of .wav – had to convert it over.
    No male sound effects only female besides from attacking sounds.
    To many dog and horse sound effects, Should of been a ton more monster ones.
    No normal menu click sounds, all are really loud.
    No real level up sound effects.

    Summary:
    Compared to some of the other places I’ve been across the net I’d say for $15 this is a good deal over all.

    You do get some low quality useless sounds but then you get some gems that really make up for it. There is some filler with way to many dog and horse sound effects, The beast and animals side of the pack needed way more monster sounds which left me feeling that it was rushed together on that end. I wanted a normal menu click sound but that’s not really in this pack and there isn’t anything I would use for a level up sound effect. You know going though the files I’d say at some points the pack is Really super good and they get right on the edge of getting the stuff you really want but then they just kinda fall off.

    I’d honestly say that your going to get around 30 gem sounds and the rest you can trash bin. But them gems are so good that it makes the pack worth buying.

    – Have a great day and keep on developing – Jeremy 8/26/2015

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  3. GolfHacker

    Rated 5.0 out of 5
    High quality, excellent variety, unbeatable price!

    GolfHacker

    I purchased this pack, along with several others from Evil Mind, to use with my game. The sound quality is top notch, and there’s a very nice variety of sounds in each folder. This saved me many countless hours of hunting for individual sounds on a bunch of royalty free audio sites, hoping they all cohesively sound good together when I’m done – and the price can’t be beat! This pack is a steal at only $15! The product description currently says there are 7 folders, but there are actually 8 – the 8th folder is Coins and Inventory, and it contains a nice set of coin/money sounds, equip/unequip sounds for various armor and weapons, some use potion sounds, book and map sounds, and more. I’m very pleased with my purchase, and will be checking with Evil Mind first for my future game audio needs!

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