Nathan McCree, the original composer for the first three Tomb Raider games, launched a succesful Kickstarter for an arranged recording of music from said games.
The release is a 2LP on black vinyl housed in a gatefold cover. It includes an insert with photos, game art and credits.
The project was launched on May 26, 2017 with a goal of £160,000 and was succesfully funded on June 25, 2017.
Rewards were planned to ship in November 2017, but due to the recordings being delayed so was the release.
After multiple delays the album final began shipping in late August, 2019.
This variant is the one that comes with the backer exclusive Modern Lara jacket.
Mariachi Entertainment System did a Kickstarter for their second album, which includes a vinyl option at the $225 tier.
The Kickstarter was succesfully funded on July 31, 2016 and expect to ship its rewards to backers in February 2017.
As of December 2018 there have been no indication that these have shipped out or even made, and attempts to get information from the project have failed. Unless there are any future developments it seems unlikely that this will be released.
On November 17, 2016 a listing for the soundtrack to the mobile game Two Dots appeared on Bandcamp. It features the majority of the tracks from the three volumes of the soundtrack.
The release comes as a gatefold 2LP with one record on red and the other on purple vinyl. It is limited to 100 copies.
Orders opened on November 17, 2016 and shipped out shortly after.
Electronic musician Remute decided to make a game based on his last single from his album “Play The Game”. The game tried to get funded on Kickstarter and one of the backer rewards is a 7″ record with music from the game.
The campaign was launched on September 15, 2016 and had a goal of €1,000 that needed to be funded before October 15, 2016.
The campaign was succesfully funded and vinyl rewards shipped out mid-January 2017-
The company behind the game Majestic Nights, Epiphany Games, have put out Volume One of the game’s soundtrack on pink vinyl. The soundtrack is composed by Edward “Das Fokk” Fokkema.
It was released for sale on the game’s website in November 2014.
The Swedish video game cover artist Mutherpluckin’ B planned an Indiegogo campaign for a vinyl version of his fourth album of rock’n’roll video game cover tunes.
The campaign was launched in 2014, but did not meet its funding goal of $1,500, so the vinyl album was never made.
A Kickstarter has been launched for the retro-inspired mobile game Lil Bub’s Hello Earth.
The Kickstarter launched on June 21, 2016 and ended on July 21, 2016. The game was funded with almost $150,000 (with a goal of $100,000).
The vinyl release is a single LP housed in a regular LP jacket with artwork by Drew Wise.
The game was delayed until Spring 2018, but the vinyl rewards shipped out to backers late December 2017.
This is the “Nebula” colored variant on dark blue vinyl with white splatter.
The video game cover rock band THWOMP launched a Kickstarter for their third album titled “Epic RPG”. It included a vinyl option as a stretch goal (which was met).
The Kickstarter launched on March 11, 2014 and was succesfully funded on April 10, 2014.
As of March 2016 there’s no indication that a vinyl version of the album was ever finished.
The Video Game Orchestra launched a Kickstarter for a live album of video game music titled “Live At Symphony Hall” which included a vinyl tier at $250.
The Kickstarter was launched on August 29, 2012 and was succesfully funded on October 9, 2012. The vinyl version was estimated to ship in April 2013.
As of March 2016 the album has launched digitally and on CD, but no vinyl version were made. The band did show interest in a vinyl version in a Facebook post from May 2015.