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One Must Fall 2097: Game rip

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Game info

Name: One Must Fall 2097
Alternate name: OMF:2097 (Abbreviated title), OMF (Abbreviated title)
Characteristics: Action, Arcade, Fighting
Publisher: Epic Megagames
Developer: Diversions Entertainment
Original/port composer: Kenny Chou (Dos)
Platform: PC Dos (1994)

Music info

Released: 1994
Related Plaform: PC Dos
Format: Tracked music (MOD / XM / S3M / IT)
Composer of these tunes: Kenny Chou
Source / Archiver / Ripper: Mirsoft, mirwais57
Music type: Game rip
Archived process: Archived completely
Num of tunes: 8
Size of archive: 445 KBytes

User reviews

  • "Astonishing!" (by CyberCat, 29 Mar 2003) [9/10]
    Just like in the game!
    True proof that good things come in small packages! But this doesn't include ALL the songs from the game but it does most, like the theme song and the music from the arenas.
    Very nice thank you Mirsoft!

  • "Superb! ^_^" (by DarkAVataR, 9 Oct 2003) [9/10]
    Yesss!!! That's what I'm talking about :D
    This pack gets 9 points... It's just perfect... miss some songs though (the winning songs), that's why I gave it a 9, but the arena ones totally rule!!!!


  • "Classic and Awesome!" (by WILDFIRE, 9 Jul 2004) [9/10]
    This site is incredible! This is one of my favorite game soundtracks, and now I can listen to whenever I want: Awesome!

  • "Great" (by Delance, 21 Oct 2004) [9/10]
    Classic game soundtrack, very worth the download. Few games can claim this quality on their music.

  • "Very nice!" (by Stalinist13, 7 Apr 2005) [10/10]
    OMF: 2097 is a true fighter platform, and the music for it went so well with the theme. Good job!

  • "Brill Music" (by LIGHTNING, 10 Apr 2005) [8/10]
    OMF is a game thats still gets played in our house despite its age! The main menu track is the best of the lot.Just as a footnote the sequel to OMF has a remix of the original menu track in it.

  • "A treat for the ears" (by Flavouredspine, 28 May 2005) [9/10]
    Capital work! It makes me happy when ever i listen to the menu music, it sounds so quality!
    Great job!

  • "Excellent listenage." (by SpikeNexus, 3 Jul 2005) [9/10]
    Not only is OMF:2097 an enjoyable game to play, but the music is also some of the best game music I've ever heard. The clarity of all instruments makes for even better listening.

    As mentioned above, the menu theme is possibly one of the best songs in this collection.

  • "totally awesome!!!" (by scierwo, 12 Nov 2005) [10/10]
    I spent much time on this one. This music never got me bored.

  • "Fantastic" (by J, 27 Sep 2007) [9/10]
    Those who know about modules & music need only one information to get the point: it's from 1994!

  • "Just one word: SPLENDID!" (by Daemon, 13 Jan 2008) [9/10]
    Ahhh, good old times... This music gets me right into the 1994. Skies were clear, PCs were slow, and life was great. Excellent music for excellent game.

  • "One Must Fall 2097: Game rip" (by Pats, 24 Jan 2008) [9/10]
    This brings back memories! I can hear the metal punches and combos just listening to it. Great rip of a great classic!

  • "Regarding PRELUDE and INTRO tunes..." (by SaxxonPike, 24 Sep 2008) [10/10]
    There are two games: One Must Fall, and One Must Fall 2097. Prelude and Intro belong to the first. There are only 7 songs in OMF2097 which are the S3M format ones in this archive.

    Rated 10 because of the amazing quality for the small size.

    I'd also like to add that the original format is MTM and has been included in AMP:

    The songs of the original format sound way better. The ones in the Mirsoft archive suffer slightly from inaccuracies of the conversion process. Thank you C.C.Catch!

  • "OMF: Essential listening" (by Electrikcar, 1 Apr 2009) [10/10]
    The menu track is very stirring, with a depth and quality rarely heard in games. It has a similar sound to the works of the critically acclaimed Jesper Kyde (Hitman, Freedom Fighters) and Vangelis. Its progressive synth, electronica and well carved bass line make it essential listening.

  • "AWESOME" (by ouranus, 20 Oct 2016) [10/10]
    The intro give me chill!!! So long and is great to listen again!!!! I will make a remix for sure

  • "nostalgic techno-pop" (by Daemit, 6 Sep 2016) [7/10]
    Several nice tunes here. Worth a listen.

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Facts / description

Update: Now contains the ending music, and the menu is in the right key.

Original info:
"There are some oddities in this archive.

Firstly, I don't know if tunes 01-PRELUDE.MOD and 02-INTRO.MOD really belong to the game, because there is no sign of playing them anywhere.

Secondly, there is missing the tune that plays in the order screen of some of the Epic Megagames titles e.g. Jazz Jackrabbit in addition to OMF itself. However, in OMF the very same tune is also used as the tournament and single player ending music, so I think it should come with the game due to that.

And thirdly, I'm not sure if the correct composer name is Kenny Chou or Kenny Chow.

Any help resolving these three issues is greatly appreciated :)"

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