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A selection of classical Christmas carols and songs composed as 8-bit chiptunes, with 7  tracks totaling over 10 minutes in run time. All tracks are available in MP3 and WAV formats. Demo file includes sample from all songs in WAV format.

Technical information:

  • MP3 & WAV - 22Khz, Mono

Song list:

  1. Deck The Halls (0:55)
  2. Good King Wenceslas (1:33)
  3. Jingle Bells (2:20)
  4. O Christmas Tree (1:21)
  5. Silent Night (2:33)
  6. Twelve Days Of Christmas (1:08) [short version: first 5 days only]
  7. We Wish You A Merry Christmas (1:05)

License Terms:

  1. You may use the assets in personal or commercial projects
  2. You may modify the assets to create derivative works
  3. You may not redistribute or resell the original assets or derivatives works thereof
  4. You may not transfer this license, or issue sub-licenses for the usage of the original assets or derivatives works thereof
  5. Credit is optional but greatly appreciated
  6. All other rights are reserved


Buy Now$2.99 USD or more

In order to download this asset pack you must purchase it at or above the minimum price of $2.99 USD. You will get access to the following files:

Chiptune Christmas Songs - MP3.zip 4 MB
Chiptune Christmas Songs - WAV.zip 24 MB

Download demo

Chiptune Christmas Songs Demo - WAV 3 MB


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It would be great to have a sample before buying

That is coming, I have to sort out an audio hosting site account which covers samples or embedding though not researched that yet and currently busy with a jam entry for the next 48 hours. If I take a break tonight or tomorrow morning I might export some samples one or two of the files and upload as a demo.

There is a demo file over here gives a sample of the pre-tweaked versions. It should give a rough idea of what the final product is though it's not identical.

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Uploaded a demo file of the paid for versions, contains enough to get an idea of each track (though songs with large amounts of repeated bars are quite short).