3. 玩法：在游戏实际玩法中，当敌人进攻或衍生时，会出现连续音乐。这能够让玩家预先知晓敌人即将临近，他们需要格外小心。就像《生存之旅 4》中的猎人。
Top 5 Tips on Picking the Right Music for Your Game
1. Theme: Think of the theme of your game. Is it dark and scary or are there rainbows and flowers? Are you killing zombies or raising virtual pets? You should be able to determine pretty easily what the theme and style of your game is.
If you can’t determine a specific theme write a short paragraph describing your game. From that you should be able to determine the theme of your game.
With this theme you can sort of get the feeling of what type of music you will need for your game.
2. Major Events: Look at a list of all the Major Events in your game. By Major Event I mean something that really changes the game, either in story or gameplay.
By the way you want the player to feel accounts for what music you will use. If it’s a sad event, have some sad music to back it up. Even if the player doesn’t take note of the music playing, subconsciously it ties the whole event together, and the player perceives it as a sad event.
3. Gameplay: During the actual Gameplay of your game you may have music that plays as a queue for when an enemy is attacking or spawns. This will give the player a little bit of forewarning that this enemy is around and that they need to watch out. Like the Hunter in Left 4 Dead.
You may also want to think of all the sound that will be in your game. For example every sword swing, gun fired, death, and footprint is going to need sound. So make sure you keep this in mind while developing your game.
4. Cinematic Scenes: If your game has Cinematic Scenes chances are that you want them to tell a story. You need some music there to enhance the scene. If it’s an intense scene then you best have some intense music making the scene complete and moving along.
5. Access: Make sure you either have access (and permission) or be able to create the music you want to use. If you can’t find any music available that will suit your needs and you’re not very good at making songs and music, then you can try freelancing one. A quick internet search will be sure to give you several options of freelancers that will create personal music just for your game at an affordable price.
So find out what type of music you want for your game. Then try to get access to the music that you want, and you’ll have your game with new melodic music in no time!（Source：gamenacho）