Soon you’ll be able to bring the music from the cozy puzzle game A Little to the Left to your home.
You can view the announcement below:
iam8bit is proud to announce that it’s bringing A Little to the Left’s playful soundtrack to homes everywhere – regardless of how tidy or cluttered those listening spaces may be. iam8bit’s A Little to the Left Vinyl Soundtrack, created in close collaboration with two-person indie studio Max Inferno and publisher Secret Mode, impishly leans into what made it a cozy puzzling classic. It’s available for pre-orders starting September 28 on iam8bit.com for $31.99.
The A Little to the Left Vinyl Soundtrack features 8 tracks from composer and artist Justin Karas stamped on “Tidy Taupe”-colored vinyl. It’s tucked into cleverly designed packaging with illustrations from Paul G. Hammond that pay tribute to the game’s satisfying conceit: The jacket’s reversible sides slide into the die-cut cover, showing objects neatly arranged or haphazardly shuffled depending on how the listener is feeling at the moment.
“I’ve always loved that cozy snow-day feeling.. where you get to be home with no obligations instead of rushing about,” Justin says. “I wanted this soundtrack to offer that same sentiment; inspired to live slowly and in the moment. I’m so thrilled that anyone who has enjoyed the game and its music can bring this into their homes, and I hope it can offer a moment of tranquility and playfulness into their day.”
A Little to the Left captivated players with its playful blend of soothing organization and clever puzzle mechanics. Sometimes success is as simple as straightening a few lopsided picture frames or organizing a chaotic junk drawer. Other puzzles are gentle head-scratchers, encouraging experimentation and offering multiple solutions. It’s a game that sticks around in your brain even when you’re not playing, like a cozy variant of the Tetris effect. iam8bit’s vinyl soundtrack invites listeners to stay in that headspace a little longer, finding inspiration in unexpected ways.