Legend Of Kyrandia, The: Game rip
Name: Legend Of Kyrandia, The
Alternate name: Fables & Fiends - The Legend of Kyrandia, book one (Alternate/informal title)
Characteristics: Adventure, 2-d, 3rd-Person Perspective, Medieval / Fantasy, Puzzle-Solving, like Maniac Mansion
Publishers: Virgin Interactive, Virgin Games, Westwood, Virgin Interactive Entertainment
Developers: Westwood Studios, Westwood
Original/port composers: Frank Klepacki (Amiga), Dwight K. Okahara (Amiga)
Amiga (1992) - Europe
PC Dos (1992) - Europe
PC Dos (02 Jan 1992)
PC Windows (1993)
Released: 02 Jan 1992
Related Plaform: PC Dos
Format: Sequenced music (MID)
Composer of these tunes: Frank Klepacki
Source / Archiver / Ripper: Mirsoft
Music type: Game rip
Archived process: Archived completely
Num of tunes: 91
Size of archive: 235 KBytes
- "Very good quality!" (by Rem, 20 Jan 2006) [10/10]
1 to 1 as in the game. Is it grabbed from real game?
- "Fantastic soundtrack, the best from Klepacki's older titles." (by Draze, 17 Apr 2016) [10/10]
Almost every song is worth listening over and over, great melodies. Easily my favourite Klepacki album.
- "Underappreciated melodic masterpiece" (by Daemit, 6 Sep 2016) [10/10]
In my opinion, this is one of the best soundtracks of the 90's. Unfortunately, to appreciate it fully you have to listen to it on the hardware it was composed on - Roland MT-32 sound module (you can emulate MT-32 via MUNT driver, or simply listen to the MT-32 version of the soundtrack, for example, on Youtube).
This score is filled to the brim with beautiful and rich melodies - the true essense of great music. It really showcases the scope of the talent of young Frank Klepacki, his passion and his generosity (other composers could have easily spread all this excellent material on 2-3 different soundtracks, but this is not Frank's style of doing things).
Amazing work by amazing composer.
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