For Music Hack Day Boston 2012, Brian Fife and I made Echobreakout, a brickbreaker clone built in LÖVE, using Echonest APIs to chop up a song into fragments, which are rendered as a game state of dynamically colored bricks that play the source sound clip when hit.

For more information on this hack, and how to get a copy check out Brian’s write-up.

A version of Echobreakout compiled for Love 0.9.x can be found here. (Requires a download of Love2d to run, but will run on any platform that supports it.)

Songs in that version are:

“Anne Lisa goes to bed” by Ballpen. (Ballpen) / CC BY-NC-ND 3.0

“You Kill My Brother - GoGoGo” and “Crazy Games - Wake Up” from Micro Invasion - East Jakarta Chiptunes Compilation (Indonesian Chiptunes) / CC BY-NC-SA 3.0

If you’re looking to the FMA for CC music there is a search filter “By Use.”