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Free Audio Download – 144 Free-To-Use Sounds For Your Game

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Free audio download for you! How about getting 144 sound files to use on your game project right now? That’s a gift from Marcel and Libby from

That’s hard! That’s scary! Most of us are under quarantine right now against a virus we still know very little about. As inhabitant of the same world living apart in so many different countries, we now have a common problem to deal with. And although the danger is real and it is posing a threat with global proportions, people are coming together in the most incredible ways. The urge to do something, no matter how much, just for the sake of doing good, luckily is also present in our community.

It looks like this is exactly the light Marcel and Libby wanted to cast this week. As sound engineers, they travel the world collecting sounds from every corner of the world they’re lucky enough to visit. Then, every new sound becomes a piece in their online library at They’re also under quarantine right now and, in an effort to contribute to the hardships we’re all now facing as citizens of this planet, they decided to offer a huge amount of their sounds for free to the game development community. You can get that directly from their website.

It’s a good quality library you’ll certainly put to good use on your games. You just need to follow some simple steps described on this page to get to download 144 free sound files. It’s  250GB of great content. Enjoy it!

If you want to learn more about this blessed couple, check out their video below. They have a pretty amazing story as world travelers. You should also check out their Twitter account, where they’re constantly posting interesting tweets about their adventures around the world.


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