Tsumera Pinball: Game rip
Name: Tsumera Pinball
Platform: PC Dos (1996)
Related Plaform: PC Dos
Format: Tracked music (MOD / XM / S3M / IT)
Source / Archiver / Ripper: buu
Music type: Game rip
Archived process: Archived completely
Num of tunes: 8
Size of archive: 1.02 MBytes
- "Amusing music" (by J, 24 Apr 2008) [6/10]
There are 8 tunes inside this package, I'll try to quickly describe them all;
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"Title" mod: is similar in style to title mods of other pinball games (such as "Pinball Fantasies", "Pinball Dreams", "Pinball Illusions" and similar)
Now that's good :)
"Opening" mod: also quite resembles option-screen tune from other popular pinball games... Actually it seems this module is the same as "Title" mod; it has the same file-size and duration...but why would anyone put two of exactly the same 336 KB tunes in the one package...
"Ghost" mod: it is just a short (46 sec) 'elevator' type piece.
"Final" mod: a short tune with melody that varies...not much to say
"Ending" mod: well, it has suitable name :)
It is slow and melodies 'kick-in' a little later. Like China army-exhibition... (not that there's anything Chinese in it)
"Dragon" mod: starts with a feeling of tension which sustains and later it starts to feel like it's music from a level of some sidescroller shoot-em-up (Turrican?)...and then it stops abruptly. Obviously meant to be looped...
"Boss" mod: very cool mod! But I can more easily imagine it to fit in some later-level of Turrican than in pinball game though.
"Begin" mod: gets interesting in the latter part.
Conclusion: all modules are 110-335 KB in size, but each of them is short (around a minute), nevertheless, these modules are interesting and worth download.
I would give them rating of -7- if they are longer.
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A pinball game from taiwan.
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