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Vanguard Ace: Game rip
"Great" (by pelya, 31 Oct 2007) [10/10]
High-quality techno, I like RUGG.XM especially.
Huh, 4 channels in all songs? Just how he tracked them?
Pinball Dreams Deluxe: Game rip
"dreamsmix & stage 3 are pretty good" (by eek-1, 30 Oct 2007) [6/10]
I had this game CD long back when I bought a Creative soundcard. I think the intro music (the dreamsmix) in this gamerip is a little bit different than the intro in my game CD. Perhaps the latter is the one that sir Anthony Putson had lost.
Jazz Jackrabbit: Game rip
"Robert Allen's music rocks" (by sequence, 28 Oct 2007) [10/10]
Glad to see I found these. Jazz and Epic Pinball have the best game music I've heard.
Raptor: Game rip
"woot!" (by ZooKeh, 24 Oct 2007) [10/10]
Effing fantastic shizz!!! This site rocks! Hearing these tunes again after about over 10 years back when I was a kid and played a lot of Raptor... Had me almost in tears recalling the good old times :)
Command & Conquer: Arranged/Remixed tunes
"A good one" (by freaklight, 24 Oct 2007) [7/10]
Not bad, you've done well my friend...
BTW: NOD rulez
Unreal (Epic Megagames): Game rip
"As good as it gets!" (by Aum, 21 Oct 2007) [10/10]
Its very rare that the music beautifully complements a game. Unreal and Unreal Tournament are a shining example of this.
Jazz Jackrabbit 2: Game rip
"***Jazz Castle*** Cool" (by mikestars, 20 Oct 2007) [10/10]
***Jazz Castle*** Cool
Hazard Ball: Game rip
"Real thing(s)" (by J, 19 Oct 2007) [10/10]
And he even says he got improved!
(I can't imagine that's possible:)
Chrono Trigger: Arranged/Remixed tunes
"Recommended!" (by J, 16 Oct 2007) [9/10]
If you like the Age of Wonders music then you should definitively have these in your collection too!
Morphello: Game rip
"Serious?" (by J, 16 Oct 2007) [6/10]
Do you like contemplative and serious music which seem to have a story built-in?
This one is not that serious or contemplative, but any other description would not fit exactly.
Qwak: Game rip
"C64-ish" (by J, 16 Oct 2007) [7/10]
Intro tune is very good.
Altough it *might* be a little too happy for todays sad, burdened, and worrying people :)
Kasei Vallis: Game rip
"Ambiental" (by J, 16 Oct 2007) [9/10]
Mix of ambient, melodic and easy beat.
Quality and relaxing stuff.
Very enjoyable and you might forget that these are modules and end up copying them to your portable MP3 player.
Hm, is there any portable MP3 player that can directly play modules? (just convert them you lazy...)
Fantastic Voyage: Game rip
"Worth download" (by J, 16 Oct 2007) [7/10]
I found (last) 3 out of 6 tunes very enjoyable to listen.
Very good as a background tunes while you work/code/surf-the-net at night alone.
Sub War 2050: Game rip
"Quality ambient" (by J, 16 Oct 2007) [8/10]
Great simulation (if you have opportunity to play it on Amiga/emulator you should try it! Publisher is Microprose so all of you who know about gaming should get the idea.)
Anyway, description of tune in this package is as follows: genuine mystic, ambient feeling of dark unknown and silent deepness of ocean...where you are alone...and far, far away from the surface.
Thunderbirds: Game rip
"Thunderbirds are go!" (by J, 16 Oct 2007) [6/10]
It's made in 1989.
More good than bad.
Difficult to say more (see rating).
Mortal Kombat: Game rip
"What to say..." (by J, 16 Oct 2007) [5/10]
Quick info to help make you decide:
Package contains only one song lasting 45 sec.
If you are looking for something special and you don't want to waste your time then I suggest you to pass by this one.
Age Of Wonders: Game rip
"Masterpiece" (by J, 16 Oct 2007) [10/10]
If you like(d) music from the early "Unreal Tournament series" (Michiel van den Bos had his fingers also in here) then you will surely enjoy this ImpulseTracker mods too!
Zeewolf: Game rip
"Brimble moments" (by J, 16 Oct 2007) [7/10]
You know those composers that seem to never release a crap tune?
Well, Brimble is not one of them.
But good/bad tunes ratio is on the bright side and that is why he was so mega popular in the early-mid '90s Amiga demo and professional (commercial) scene.
Ok, so what to say about these tunes?
They are dynamic but there are lots of much better tunes from Allister Brimble available to find.
Waggle-O-Mania: Game rip
"Waggling tune" (by J, 16 Oct 2007) [6/10]
Unconventional, but not necessarily bad because of that.
Don't let this review let you decide not to download it, you just have to be patient to get to the good part(s) :)
Troddlers: Game rip
"Nothing special" (by J, 16 Oct 2007) [5/10]
There are just some tunes that aren't enjoyable if you listen to them standalone. (as separate part of the game)
These are example of that case.