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Date
07/13/2009
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Song
2.9 MB
3 min 13 sec
Score
4.42 / 5.00

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Author Comments

-=* FAWM 50/90 Challenge, 2009 *=-
-----------------Song #1-------------------
===== http://5090.fawm.org/ ======

Spacefaring 8-bit chiptune! Inspired by shmups like Gradius.
Once again like all my chiptunes, this one adheres to the NES hardware limits.

I was planning to wait until finishing and releasing this one, but I'm doing the FAWM 50/90 song challenge right now and thought I'd get it done and out there now. You should check out the challenge, always helps me write more, although quality tends to fall out in favour of quantity. But when can a composer complain about getting more music done?

This is only a first draft of the song since this challenge is fairly rushed, so I will update the MP3 here soon enough with a fixed version that handles some issues with the flow of the song that are present in this version (at least, IMO).

Reviews


Acid-ParadoxAcid-Paradox

Rated 5 / 5 stars

I love the composition , everything is really great!

One of my favorite tracks



MarioNintendoMarioNintendo

Rated 5 / 5 stars

True indeed,

This IS better than Graveyard, o-m-g.... Me in love with my speakers. Keep it up, you will make Konami jealous! :D


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sixtysecondssixtyseconds

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

almost perfect

if it didn't start sounding like the smb "win" music at 0:29 it would be perfect for my game.


NickPerrin responds:

You're certainly welcome to cut out certain parts that you don't find fitting if you do want to use it for a game. Feel free to message me regarding use of the track.
And thanks for the review!


ZombixZombix

Rated 5 / 5 stars

EIGHTY EIGHT MILES PER HOUR!

Reminds me of zelda mixed in with the Back To the Future Theme, which sounds orgasmic.


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Y2k4everY2k4ever

Rated 5 / 5 stars

This is 8 bit awesome

This is great man what did you use to make this? i use a key bourd and cheap adio software, well not yet have not submited anything yet.