Jazz Jackrabbit 3: Game rip
Name: Jazz Jackrabbit 3
Original/port composers: Alexander Brandon, Bass Productions
Platform: PC Windows
Related Plaform: PC Windows
Format: Tracked music (MOD / XM / S3M / IT)
Composers of these tunes: Alexander Brandon, Bass Productions
Source / Archiver / Ripper: Darth Nefelim
Music type: Game rip
Archived process: Archived completely
Num of tunes: 21
Size of archive: 18.78 MBytes
- "Jazzless" (by Darth Nefelim, 8 Jul 2006) [6/10]
Everything fades away, this is a pure sample of such statement. In the whole, this one looks unfinished, contains interesting ideas, that were not completed properly. Just a respect to Alex left. JJ2 was the best of the whole series. So did Unreal.
- "Could have been better" (by DreamAway, 14 Mar 2007) [7/10]
These could have been much better. Which is an even sadder reminder of what had become of Jazz series... Most of the songs are not as completed as those from the previous series. They are still worth listening, with interesting ideas very different from previous series, but don't expect another complete 'Jazz'.
- "Far not as good as Jazz 2 or even Jazz 1" (by Shinobi, 3 Jul 2007) [6/10]
These tunes are A LOT poorer than those of Jazz Jackrabbit 2, and are even surpassed by those of Jazz 1. Still, they are worth hearing, but you will be really disappointed if you expect another great Jazz music compilation.
- "Such a disappointment" (by Ravenpulse, 27 Feb 2008) [3/10]
i really had good expectations with this one, it doesnt even compare with jazz2 which has the best game music ever made.
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Facts / description
The music from Jazz Jackrabbit 3, the promising project which was unfortunately cancelled in 2000
and was never released. Fortunately, the great tracked music remained. Music by Alexander Brandon,
06-tek11bak.s3m by Bass Productions.
Source of the music (plus lot of valuable FAQs about the cancelled development of this game):
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