Interview with SPY Composer, Thomas Regin!

Today we posted this video interview of The Silent Spy‘s music composer, Thomas Regin! Check it out!

Have you played The Silent Spy? Or are you waiting for it arrive on the store shelves? Whether you are waiting to play the game or already have and enjoyed it, might I suggest the soundtrack available for download!

In case you weren’t aware, when you purchase the digital soundtrack for SPY, you get a free pdf download of the sheet music for Kate’s Theme, which is what you see and hear Nancy and Kate play on the piano together in the game. This is so you, too, can play along to Kate’s music.

One of our fans awhile back posted a video of herself playing the music!

Looks like a few of you have successfully cracked the cipher! Simply shifting the alphabet 5 letters and replacing the letters I gave you will reveal the phrase [“Check the lockers.“] This refers to SPY. (~.^)
We have some birthdays to celebrate!


~Little Jackalope~

5 responses to “Interview with SPY Composer, Thomas Regin!”

  1. Cecile says:

    Hey Little Jackalope, I have a question to ask regarding the Silent Spy or more specifically regarding Kate Drew. What nationality is she? Is she supposed to be an American or a Scottish? I didn’t understand this because according to the backstory in the game, she worked for a Scottish newspaper and that’s how she met Moira. Subsequently, she got hired by Cathedral which is a Scottish Intelligence Agency. This pretty much confused me and I was hoping you can clarify this. Thanks again! 🙂

  2. William D says:

    Sadly, Im gonna be getting it off the shelves,
    Good news that is TODAY

  3. Anonymous says:

    Ever considered doing an interview with Bess and George? That would be so cool!You could even have their animations in the video so it looks like their talking back.

  4. @Cecile — It doesn’t really say in the game, but in the book Clue of the Whistling Bagpipes, her nationality is Scottish.

    @William D — I hope your store doesn’t run out by the time you get there!

  5. SiennaRose says:

    @Cecile/LJ: Actually, in The Clue of the Whistling Bagpipes, Kate’s family is originally from Scotland, but Kate herself was born and raise in America. She had visited her family in Scotland with Carson several times though 🙂

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