Skittles 2: Game rip
Name: Skittles 2
Characteristics: classic remake
Developer: John Stiles
Original/port composers: Gustaf Grefberg, Alexander Brandon, Peter Hajba, Timewalker, Jester/Pygmy, Jason/Silents, Armadon/Explizit, Nemesis, Leviathan, Ng Pei Sin, Sirrus
Related Plaform: Macintosh
Format: Tracked music (MOD / XM / S3M / IT)
Composers of these tunes: Gustaf Grefberg, Alexander Brandon, Peter Hajba, Timewalker, Jester/Pygmy, Jason/Silents, Armadon/Explizit, Nemesis, Leviathan, Ng Pei Sin, Sirrus
Source / Archiver / Ripper: Dr. Spa
Music type: Game rip
Archived process: Archived completely
Num of tunes: 15
Size of archive: 2.88 MBytes
- "THEE BEST" (by Dr. Spa, 19 Mar 2004) [10/10]
A DOWNLOAD NOW! THEY ARE THE BEST SONGS I'VE EVER HEARD !!!!!!
- "Oldschool is here" (by Darth Nefelim, 16 May 2005) [8/10]
Abnormally great sample of oldschool tracking classic. This is the music of early 90th, pieces of childhood and evolution. Not all of these tunes are making me feel good, but they're sounding impressive in the whole. Demoscene roxx!
- "good sound" (by Shinobi, 4 Jul 2007) [7/10]
some tracks really resemble me of something but I don't remember what it is... if this was not the music of a mac game I would guess that I played it once. Hmmmm :-)
But perhaps the reason for that is that this music simply is good! As allready mentioned above, this is some good old school music! :-)
- "Fantastic oldschool tunes" (by J, 9 Jan 2010) [10/10]
I just had to comment this! These tunes are excellent material to convert into MP3 for listening on your MP3 player/cell phone or in a car (or why not play them in some club if you are a DJ)
Thank you Mirsoft very much for keeping this site up!
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:) THE BLUE HIPPO :)
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