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Jan 31, 2011 | 3:40 AM EST
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Song
1.1 MB
1 min 10 sec
Score
4.39 / 5.00

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Rated 4.39 / 5 stars
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1,716 Plays | 140 Downloads
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Electronic - Video Game
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Author Comments

In honor of the new Shantae sequel that came out almost a decade after this game! I did it entirely from scratch and by memory, not having listened to the song once so that it would have my own personal flavor in it. Enjoy!

Reviews


FouluFoulu

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Expect no less...

from this guy. He continues to wow me with the emotion of most of these sound tracks are made. This one has a more to a RPG feel home town feel to it. The flute & guitar strums really brings out the mellow to it too. Very nice to listen to it for a good morning weather, heh.



RazorTwoRazorTwo

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Epic, Calm, RPG-ish

This is awesome. Is it okay if I use it in my game? It's a post apocalyptic comedy rpg. It would be used for certain villages and quite possibly to add irony to battles where one of the main characters mow down enemies with their tounge outside of their month in a sort of awesome smiley style. Might need happier music for that joke to work well.

Anyhow, these songs are awesome. All of them. :O


LadyArsenic responds:

Thank you!
But this song is a remix of an old Gameboy game's song. If you're hoping to make a profit off of this game you're making, you'd probably have to talk to Capcom and Wayforward about it, or at least Shantae's composer, Jake Kaufman. Either way, thanks for listening!


ryan42891ryan42891

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Good for an RPG

This song makes me feel like im walking around in a town in a video game such as Dark Cloud 2 or a game similar. It also could go as an ending theme to something. Very nice!


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LadyArsenic responds:

Thank you! It's just my own spin on my favorite Gameboy game ever made. All I had to work with was the 8-bit Gameboy version, which I never listened to in the making of any of the songs I've redone.