In this update I’m going to showcase two different projects I did for SciPlay. The first is some creepy, orchestral hybrid music for a slot called Ouija 2: Board of Fortune. And the second is a promo video for another slot I did called Battleship Floating Fortress. Now you see why I named this update “Fortune Telling and Battleships.” 😛

Ouija 2: Board of Fortune

The artwork and vibe of this slot is one of my favorites. My good friend and co-worker Logynn B Hailey did all of the artwork and I always love it when we get to collaborate on things. You can see a lot of her artwork on her Behance page:

Totally dig the art style!! Love writing creepy music!

This is the extended version, which allows the main theme to loop for a bit. I hope you enjoy it! If you wanna play the game or see more of what SciPlay is putting out, go here:

Battleship Floating Fortress

The second thing I wanted to showcase is a bit unique. It’s a promo video for Battleship Floating Fortress and it was made by one of our in-house video editors that took a bunch of the music tracks and sound effects I’d created for the slot. So while I didn’t have anything to do with the actual audio edit of the promo, it’s using all of my work. I think our video editor did a fantastic job!

This was one of the most complex slots I’d worked on to date!

We even used one of our mathematicians, who served in the Navy, for the voice overs! If you’d like to check out this slot and the other cool slots happening inside Monopoly Slots, then go here: I’ll be posting the full, main theme soon.

That’s about it for now. Hope you’re all doing great.


Nate Madsen is a 14 year industry vet who’s worked in games, films, taught college courses and has performed and recorded in various settings on both piano and saxophone. He’s been with SciPlay for nearly 3 years and has been running Madsen Studios LLC since 2005. On the weekends he likes to be very still and watch the grass grow. He’s considering taking up the bagpipes and really enjoys craft beer. He’s currently living in Austin, TX and his is favorite color is green. You can get in touch with him here: