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Karate Kid Part 2: The Computer Game, The: Game rip

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Game info

Name: Karate Kid Part 2: The Computer Game, The
Publisher: Microdeal
Developer: Microdeal
Platform: Amiga (1987) - Europe

Music info

Released: 1987
Related Plaform: Amiga
Format: Exotic music formats for Amiga (Amiga Exotic)
Source / Archiver / Ripper: UnExoticA
Music type: Game rip
Archived process: Archived completely
Num of tunes: 1
Size of archive: 2550 bytes

User reviews

  • "Bad sounding" (by Der Amiganer, 22 Mar 2005) [5/10]
    This is really the worst case of game tunes!
    The music is from Peter Cetera's "Glory of Love".But the composer (which name we don't know) didn't seem to have any interest to make a good-sounding amiga-version for the game, instead of this he just converted the C64-version!Overall this sounds really bad, but the composition itself is of course very good.

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More info here:
http://www.exotica.org.uk/tunes/unexotica/games/Karate_Kid_Part_2.html

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Record created/updated: 23. August 2002.
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