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2001RealMillennium information

Nick: 2001RealMillennium

2001RealMillennium's reviews:

    Uridium 2: Arranged/Remixed tunes
    "Familiar" (by 2001RealMillennium, 10 Dec 2004) [7/10]
    Well I played Uridium and it sounds like the music didn't change for this sequel. One has to smile remembering that the designers were clever enough to play you music while the incredibly slow Commodore disk loaded. Quite a nice tune and pretty well adapted here.

    Test Drive 2: Arranged/Remixed tunes
    "Nicely done" (by 2001RealMillennium, 9 Dec 2004) [8/10]
    I never played Test Drive II as much as I did the original and the music as I recall was practically the same but these 2 files are well done and sound a good bit like the original.

    Test Drive: Arranged/Remixed tunes
    "Classic" (by 2001RealMillennium, 9 Dec 2004) [8/10]
    This game was a classic on the C=128. I spent a lot of time with this one and thus the tune. This mod is a fair adaptation of the original (aside from the "hey" thrown in for no good reason).

    MULE (C64): Arranged/Remixed tunes
    "Trip down memory lane" (by 2001RealMillennium, 9 Dec 2004) [6/10]
    I played this game a few times on the C=128. The music was memorable although it sounded better in the game than the mod does. Still it is nice to hear it again without having to wait for one of those sloooow C=64 disks to load. :)

    Grand Prix Circuit: Arranged/Remixed tunes
    "Made me smile" (by 2001RealMillennium, 9 Dec 2004) [7/10]
    I played this game on both the C=128 (C=64 emulation mode) and the IBM-PC under MS-DOS. Again the music doesn't sound much like the original but the recognition factor still made me smile. A cute little tune which always sounded "right" for the subject matter. Peppy. :)

    1942: Arranged/Remixed tunes
    "Nostalgic" (by 2001RealMillennium, 9 Dec 2004) [5/10]
    Well I played 1942 on the C=128 (in C=64 emulation mode) and I recall the music was nice. Alas this .mod I downloaded doesn't sound much like the original. I can recognize the tune (which is short and repeats endlessly as is apropriate for a silly arcade game) but if memory serves me it sounded better on the C=128. I'll check someday, have to blow the dust off the old C=128.