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Date
09/09/2011
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Song
1,001.7 KB
43 sec
Score
4.58 / 5.00

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reseq of cerror - bagger

Reviews


ButzboPrudButzboPrud

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Coolibertastic! (?)

Since i played BAGGING MASTAR 2K for the first (and actually last)time, for about the hour it takes to "complete" , i've been coming back to this fantastic "OST" probably, about everyday!
Great use of 'instruments' (reminds me a bit more of gameboy). It got me to check your other chiptune works, which are great, although this one in particular gets the dinosaur cake! (and hopefully we'll have something like a "chiptune" library/category coming with the redesign!)


bryce responds:

if you liked this version, look for the original bagger by cerror. :)
it really has nothing to do with grocery bags, it's probably a dutch word.
that grocery bag simulator idea came from Stickman91 in the first review.


VenksVenks

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

Nice.

I'd totally be in love if this was just a little longer. But none the less good work.



Stickman91Stickman91

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Here are my groceries...

The first thing I thought of while listening was that this would fit right into a platformer (or a grocery-bagging simulator); it would also go great with a menu, a credits sequence, and the like. It's quite a versatile little loop.

Your copious use of frequency modulation is excellent; it prevents the music from sounding flat and enhances the listening experience tremendously. (I have a fetish for FM... and possibly SM as well, but that's beside the point!!!!) The variations on the melody beginning at 0:14 are beautiful, and I love how each variation is only heard once per loop; plus, that shows that you put some real soul into this little tune.

I don't feel like ending this review with a short, complimentary exclamation such as "Great job!" or "Excellent work!", so I'll end it with a long, insulting sentence instead:

This is by far the most bland and uninspired piece of music I've ever had the misfortune of listening to, and I'd rather stab acid-soaked toothpicks into my eardrums as hard as I can and render myself permanently deaf than hear another nanosecond of this abomination.


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