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Great for the final encounter of a Flash RPG.



Rated 5 / 5 stars

Great song

It's hard to say whether this is a 'final' boss fight or not. Mostly becuase it all depends on how the end of the game is turning out etc. This song has an upbeat sound so I think some people won't see it as boss music, but it's YOUR song, so you name it what YOU want! As for the song, I liked it a lot. If I ever finish some games I'm working on, I'll try to use your song! ^_^

Grumbleduke responds:

The image I see (especially for the second half) is a group of valient heroes confronting a powerful warlock with huge feathered wings, clad in thick, imposing midnight armour and holding a black staff cracking with eldritch force. Now THAT'S imagry :). This is the final boss at the end of my game; shame I'm uselss at making Flash stuff and I don't have the first clue how to make games.

As you say whether it is a "final Boss" or not is debatable, but not all final boss themes are slow and dirgy; take FF9's Necron theme, that has amazing speed. I guess it depends on the nature of the boss. Thanks for the review though, people are being very kind.


Rated 4 / 5 stars


I love Final BOss themes.
This one is full of energy.
I am going to kill some people now(picks up gunblade).

Grumbleduke responds:

You go do that; I won't stop you :).


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Pretty good.

I like the music in general, I mean, it was really good. But I didn't really get that 'final boss' feeling.

Grumbleduke responds:

Well, it's the image I had in my head anyway; beggars can't be choosers. Can't really get the right buildup in under a minute I suppose. But, you liked it, that is the most important thing, and thanks for leaving a review.