Anvil of Dawn, The: Game rip
Name: Anvil of Dawn, The
Characteristics: Role-Playing (RPG), 1st-Person Perspective, Medieval / Fantasy, Puzzle-Solving, Real-Time
Publishers: New World Computing, Softgold
Developers: DreamForge, Dreamforge Intertainment
Original/port composer: James C. McMenamy (Dos)
Platform: PC Dos (1995) - Europe
Related Plaform: PC Dos
Format: Sequenced music (MID)
Composer of these tunes: James C. McMenamy
Source / Archiver / Ripper: Mormaeglin
Music type: Game rip
Archived process: Archived completely
Num of tunes: 68
Size of archive: 407 KBytes
- "As good as it gets" (by JM, 5 Oct 2007) [10/10]
This is one of my absolute favourites. I seriously think that this soundtrack pushed some boundaries considering the (absolutely limited) quality standards of General MIDI. And the compositions. The way they change tempo and rhythm, sometimes starting bombastic, then taking four minutes to "fade out", sometimes starting with mere solo instruments, then continuously rising over five minutes to huge, percussive "orchestrations". As with the "Stonekeep"-Soundtrack I reviewed, if you get a chance to plug these tunes into real synths or samplers, do! They shine all the brighter.
Note: Haven't yet downloaded this rip, the review applies to my own one.
- "This is lovely, densely scored music!" (by Polliechrome, 16 Dec 2013) [10/10]
This is the kind of music I have been looking for. Interwoven and lush, magical and memorable. My favorite so far.
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