Agony: Game rip
Developers: Psygnosis, Art & Magic
Original/port composers: Allister Brimble, Tim Wright (Amiga), Franck Sauer (Amiga), Jeroen Tel (Amiga), Martin Wall (Amiga), Robert Ling (Amiga), Matthew Simmonds (Amiga), Martin Iveson (Amiga)
Platform and game download: Amiga (1992) - Europe
Related Plaform: Amiga
Format: Tracked music (MOD / XM / S3M / IT)
Composers of these tunes: Tim Wright, Franck Sauer, Martin Wall, Robert Ling, Matthew Simmonds, Martin Iveson, Allister Brimble
Source / Archiver / Ripper: UnExoticA
Music type: Game rip
Archived process: Archived (different version on UnExoticA)
Num of tunes (original): 14
Complete (original): 100%
Num of tunes (actual): 12
Complete (actual): 86%
Size of archive (original): 838 KBytes
Size of archive (actual): 361 KBytes
- "Agony in beauty" (by Satha, 31 Dec 2002) [8/10]
I remember this marvellous game i was playing on amiga, a really hard shoot'em up with beautiful screens during the long loadings, and its beautiful ambient musics! Deep atmospheres and coloured musical landscapes with a goold old sound. Dedicated to the ancient or actual players of this game.
- "so slow, so agony.." (by Grizzly, 15 Apr 2003) [4/10]
Only the agony intro is quite listenable, all the other tunes are very short or quiet or only very slow, so that it isn't so much fun to listen to them. The agony intro is also not so interesting like other music, but when you like classic music or this game, it could be something for you :)
- "One of the best, most memorable themes ever." (by raistlin, 26 May 2004) [10/10]
I don't really like this kind of games but i played agony very often just to listen to the music and see these beautiful loading screens (i have the the one with a tree and a flask on my desktop right now ;).
Agony music may be slow but its the best of the 'slow ones' ;). Especially track from the intro.
- "A medival compilation" (by Dr. Spa, 10 Jun 2004) [9/10]
WOW! These are the best loader tunes I've ever seen! --Well that is in MOD form... If you like the settlers music you will love this!!!
- "Pero-Fotar" (by Pero-Fotar, 7 Sep 2004) [9/10]
This music is really awesome. Really nice and powerfull orchestral and ambiental music. My favourite tunes are ingame tunes made by Jeroen Tel.
- "What He Said" (by NoDawnForMan, 22 Oct 2004) [8/10]
Raistlin hit it right on the gully dwarf's nose! I hated this game, spending more time looking at that burning tree start screen than I did playing the actual game. It's getting on a bit now but it still pulls them cords. A true leg-end of computer compositions :)
- "Hats off to Tim Wright" (by Mad-E-Fact, 23 Feb 2005) [7/10]
The intro theme is a classic without doubt, the rest of the tracks in this archives are just the lame tunes from the loading screens. I advise you to download DeliPlayer and then get the original in-game music, which is one of the best game soundtracks ever made.
- "Damn." (by Jeanne, 14 May 2005) [9/10]
Dimmu Borgir's song Sorgens Kammer sounds far too much like the theme song of this game...
- "Good memories" (by Tepe, 22 Jan 2006) [9/10]
Nice titlesong. Many years ago i recording that song from amiga to casette
- "ambient" (by deepblue, 20 Aug 2006) [8/10]
agony was a game I never played.. I came across the soundtrack in this site and found it to be very nice. I even found the game itself, but the game is not as good as its music. the intro is a masterpiece by itself.
- "Boring stuff" (by Jonas, 18 Feb 2008) [2/10]
Cant see why it gets so good rating.
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