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Date
09/02/2007
File Info
Loop
3.7 MB
2 min 40 sec
Score
4.28 / 5.00

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Author Comments

Atari 2600 Style, 2 channels - square/noise ocillators only. For a game of the same name

Reviews


Hating4AMHating4AM

Rated 5 / 5 stars September 25, 2007

I love it!

Haha this is awesome!

5/5



MetalNasseMetalNasse

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars September 2, 2007

yey!

really great ^^ love these kinds of songs :] just interested in what program you made it in, and if is ok i use it a game im doin?


DooganFreebish responds:

I used modplug tracker with one square sample and a noise sample on two channels to simulate the sound an Atari 2600 has. I've been tracking since Impulse tracker but I'm on this big chip tune kick and I have adopted modplug tracker as my new standard. Easy to use and it supports VST plugins. You can use this tune anywhere you see fit as it's distributed here under the creative commons licence. Just give credit and realize that other people are using it for games at the moment, namely the game it is named for. :)


NeedleJuiceNeedleJuice

Rated 5 / 5 stars September 2, 2007

!!!!

is this a game song that you remaked because it sounds like the theme from Zelda on the game boy :) 5/5


DooganFreebish responds:

It is no remake. The song is original but generic as it's for a game about someone trapped in a console game world that progresses from way old low-res green screen to full color. In this case the music comes before the game. I'm not sure what zelda game you mean but I'll look around and maybe the similarity will give me a good laugh. I assure you I haven't even played a gameboy version of Zelda.

I'm a Nobuo Uematsu fan but Koji Kondo is good.