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Last updated: 20.December, 2013.
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Side Pocket: Game rip

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Game info

Name: Side Pocket
Alternate name: Side Pocket for WonderSwan (Japan)
Characteristics: Billiards/Pool
Publishers: Namco, Data East
Developer: Data East
Platforms:
Sega GameGear
Nintendo Ent. System - United States
Arcade (1986)
Nintendo Ent. System (30 Oct 1987) - Japan
Game Boy (21 Sep 1990) - Japan
Sega Mega Drive (11 Dec 1992) - Japan
Super NES (1993) - United States
Super NES (18 Mar 1994) - Japan
WonderSwan (25 Nov 1999) - Japan
Sega Mega-CD (Unfinished) - United States

Music info

Released: 1987
Related Plaform: Nintendo Ent. System
Format: Nintendo NES music (NSF)
Source / Archiver / Ripper: Memblers
Music type: Game rip
Archived process: Archived completely
Num of tunes: 1
Num of subsongs: 8
Complete: 100%
Size of archive: 4092 bytes

User reviews

  • "Sucks" (by aLoner, 7 Feb 2006) [3/10]
    This music just sucks compared with versions for Megadrive and SNES, it's so repetitive when played through the game.

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Record created/updated: 16. October 2002.
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