Simon The Sorcerer: Game rip
Name: Simon The Sorcerer
Alternate name: The Sorcerer's apprentice (Translation from Israeli title (soulyat hamechasef))
Characteristics: Adventure, 2-d, 3rd-Person Perspective, Medieval / Fantasy, Puzzle-Solving, like Maniac Mansion
Publishers: Adventure Soft, Adventuresoft
Developers: Adventure Soft, Adventuresoft
Original/port composers: Media Sorcery (Amiga), Adam Gilmore (Dos), Media Sorcery (Dos)
PC Dos (1993) - Europe
Amiga (1994) - Europe
Amiga CD32 (1994)
Related Plaform: Amiga CD32
Format: Tracked music (MOD / XM / S3M / IT)
Composer of these tunes: Media Sorcery
Source / Archiver / Ripper: UnExoticA
Music type: Game rip
Archived process: Archived completely
Num of tunes: 34
Size of archive: 549 KBytes
- "Uneven" (by Slugbreath, 27 May 2003) [5/10]
Some tunes are really great, like Inn 1. Other tunes I didn't like at all.
If you have played the game you might want to download this soundtrack, otherwise there are better soundtracks out there.
Tunes like "Inn 1" make the soundtrack worth downloading for the enthusiastic game music fan.
- "Simon says..." (by Warcow, 12 Jun 2004) [8/10]
I think there's many tunes here that's worth listening to, the Repulser song for instance is really good if you're into sad, almost depressing kind of songs.
- "nice, but..." (by Yjel, 20 May 2005) [5/10]
Samples are chosen very, very bad, luckily I am using it for remixing, so ok...
- "Basic but good" (by Wolf, 20 Feb 2007) [6/10]
Although these tunes are rather raw, they're still great representations of the game and would be great for remixing. Then again, the game is rather old and the music differed depending on whether you played it on Amiga or what PC music card you had. *^_^* \m/
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