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Heroes of Might & Magic 2: Game rip

Game info

Name: Heroes of Might & Magic 2
Alternate name: Heroes of Might and Magic II (Europe)
Characteristics: Fantasy Strategy
Publisher: 3DO
Developer: New World Computing
Original/port composer: Rob King (Win)
PC Dos (1996)
PC Windows (1996)
Game Boy Color (16 Mar 2001) - Europe

Music info

Released: 16 Mar 2001
Related Plaform: PC Windows
Format: Digital audio (WAV / Redbook Audio / MP3)
Composer of these tunes: Rob King
Info Source: Warcow
Music type: Game rip
Num of tunes: 23
Num of CDs: 1

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01. Main Theme
02. City of the Knight
03. Combat 1
04. City of the Barbarian
05. Combat 2
06. City of the Horde
07. Combat 3
08. City of the Necromancer
09. Arrival of the Demon
10. City of the Sorceress
11. Freedom
12. City of the Warlock
13. Lurking Enemy
14. March of the Undead
15. Magnificent Field
16. Mountain of Fire
17. Neverending Desert
18. Snowy Plains
19. Strangeland
20. The hidden Jungle 
21. The seas
22. Wasteland
23. Victory

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Record created/updated: 4. November 2004.
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