Return to Zork: Game rip
Name: Return to Zork
Characteristics: Adventure, 1st-Person Perspective
Publishers: Activision, Bandai, NEC, Inc., NEC HE, Datawest, Bandai Visual
Developers: Activision, Infocom
Original/port composers: Teri Mason (Dos), Nathan Wang (Dos)
3DO - United States
PC Dos (1993) - Europe
PC-FX (27 May 1995) - Japan
Sega Saturn (02 Feb 1996) - Japan
PlayStation (27 Sep 1996) - Japan
Atari Jaguar (Unfinished) - United States
Related Plaform: PC Dos
Format: Sequenced music (MID)
Composers of these tunes: Teri Mason, Nathan Wang
Source / Archiver / Ripper: Mirsoft
Music type: Game rip
Archived process: Archived completely
Num of tunes: 195
Size of archive: 204 KBytes
- "Weird..." (by Ryana, 19 May 2004) [2/10]
Odd.Strange.Wacko.Kooky. All words able to describe this 'music'. Not really worth much, maybe 2/10.
- "Good, but there's so much more to say" (by Justin, 28 Jan 2008) [8/10]
This is only the midi selection of the sound track. If you bought the real game and played the CD soundtrack, you would really enjoy the variety of music. Includes some classical, some suspense, and one song is something like circus music, there's even a heroe's song. Although half of the music in the game is a little eerie and only midi, some of the music is fun hearted. The game is a real challenge and is probably the best Zork game in my opinion since it doesn't require much violence. This game is mostly puzzles and collecting things some of it is interacting with different persons. If you want to learn about the Illuminite and it's mystery, buy this game and get a new computer, and get DOSBox downloaded and configured to run this game.
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