BreakQuest: Game rip
Characteristics: Classic Remake of "Arkanoid"
Publisher: Nurium Games
Developer: Red Marble Games
Original/port composers: Jeroen Tel, Thomas Mogensen, Thomas Petersen
PC Windows (2005)
Related Plaform: Macintosh
Format: Tracked music (MOD / XM / S3M / IT)
Composers of these tunes: Jeroen Tel, Thomas Mogensen, Thomas Petersen
Source / Archiver / Ripper: Dr. Spa, JudgeDeadd
Music type: Game rip
Archived process: Archived completely
Num of tunes: 37
Size of archive: 11.51 MBytes
- "BreakQuest musics" (by LBU, 14 Aug 2010) [10/10]
Those tunes are the best I ever heard in a little game like this one. They are so greate that I started to record them one at a time from the original game and convert them into mp3 files so I and my kids can listen to them :)
very talented composers.
I am glad that those music are available to download. thank you, that will save me some time.
- "BreakQuest OST" (by BreakQuest, 25 Sep 2010) [10/10]
I fully agree with the previous speaker, LBU. OST remarkable! Most interestingly, when I tried to find it (a year ago, and maybe more), it has not been able to do so, although probably at that time was not yet in this release. So information about sounding songs in the game, except about a group Maniacs of Noise, I could not find, had to be content with only a "maniacs", and even then not all.
This is because I got some link JudgeDeadd in his video on youtube (here's a link to it - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W1Jk3goKVIo).
In general, I express great appreciation and gratitude to the author and all his assistants, as for this particular release, and for the site as a whole!
P.S. Btw, BreakQuest - amazing game! Tip: and yet it portable by default on PC. Just copy your game dir & enjoy.
P.P.S. Sorry for any mistakes in the text, English is my second language.
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