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Last updated: 7.May, 2017.
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Theme Hospital: Game rip

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Game info

Name: Theme Hospital
Alternate name: Theme Park (Japan)
Characteristics: Simulation, Isometric, Managerial
Publishers: Electronic Arts, Bullfrog, EA, EA Victor
Developer: Bullfrog
Original/port composers: Andy Wood, Jeremy Longley, Adrian Moore, Tony Cox, Russell Shaw (Dos)
Platforms:
PlayStation - United States
PlayStation (29 Dec 1995) - Japan
PC Dos (1997)
PC Windows (1997) - Europe
PlayStation (Feb 1998) - Europe

Music info

Released: 29 Dec 1995
Related Plaform: PC Dos
Format: Sequenced music (MID)
Composers of these tunes: Andy Wood, Russell Shaw, Jeremy Longley, Adrian Moore
Source / Archiver / Ripper: Mirsoft
Music type: Game rip
Archived process: Archived completely
Num of tunes: 8
Complete: 100%
Size of archive: 41896 bytes

User reviews

  • "Theme Hospital Soundtrack Review" (by zeitona, 20 Sep 2007) [4/10]
    Hello there. This is my first review for the first download i've done here and i thought i should contribute with the cause.

    I'm not sure which authors composed wich musics, but considering that some of them were composed by Russel Shaw, they're quite dissapoiting. None of them seem to have real instruments, only "simmulations(?)of them (except, maybe, a piano) and the songs are quite empty. Taking these songs in comparison with the ones from Fable, for example, make it pretty clear how shallow they are. Even considering that these come from a very old game and the authors probably didn't have decent resources by the time, it's really hard to listen to them when you're not actually playing the game.

  • "Theme Hospital Music" (by Big Mo, 28 Dec 2009) [10/10]
    I always liked the music of Theme Hospital, right from the start. Back in the days I played this game, I had a Roland keyboard for the music. So I would recommend to listen it on at least a Roland Sound Canvas or better. With an external samplebank, these tunes really sound awesome, and I enjoy them even outside the game. I am a real MOD fanatic (because of samples) but this is probably some of the best MIDI music you'll ever get. Absolutely worth the download!

  • "Plenty of medicine" (by honkstar82, 12 Mar 2013) [7/10]
    A great little compilation of tunes from a crazy game! These are good easy-listening music, and when you hear them on an updated soundfont you can really appreciate all the work that was put into them. The songs themselves are light jazz with a bit of chiptune techno and big band thrown in, very much like the waiting music in hospitals. Hearing a pack like this makes me wish Syndicate Wars had this big of a soundtrack!

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Record created/updated: 26. September 2002.
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