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Mar 5, 2008 | 6:01 AM EST
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3.56 / 5.00

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This is the music from the last level of an imaginary video game I played once in a dream. I think it was called "Shark Billy" or some shit like that.

Yes. I play a video game called "Shark Billy" in my dreams.

Drums - Commodore 64, hi-hats are Magical 8-bit Plugin

Bass - Basic64 - a C64-inspired VST.

square wave and arps - that's Magical 8bit again.




Rated 5 / 5 stars


Perfect old school feel. Shark Billy sounds like an interesting game. ^___^
This is straight up what I'm looking for now, so Ima search your works and see if you have the perfect songs for my retro-game-music needs ^___^


Rated 5 / 5 stars


Really nice old skool 8 bit feel. I liked the fast C64 style arpeggios at around 1:07 (mattedstroyerlinch12, this was NOT a telephone :P).

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m0dul4r responds:

I like it too. This would make Rob Hubbard proud.


Rated 5 / 5 stars


Make Shark Billy a real game if you can remember the whole game!

m0dul4r responds:

I remember bits and pieces, I'll write them down and post them sometime in the future.


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars


Using the telephone as one part of the song was a nice idea

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m0dul4r responds:

Glad you liked it, but it was an arpeggio. not a telephone. Oldschool music on the c64 had tu use arps because they couldn't play chords.


Rated 4 / 5 stars

Pretty cool

It would pass in real game! If you do put this in a game, heres some advice:
1.) When the player starts off on the level, there should be 1 enemy going back and forth behind him and another going back and forth in front of him.
2.) There should be lots of hopping and jumping in the level.
Don't call me bossy, this is just some advice from another gamer, OK?

m0dul4r responds:

Don't worry about being bossy, I don't mind.

I'd make the game if it weren't for two things - One, I have no earthly idea how to write Machine Code for a c64, and something like you described already exists. Look up Impossible Mission for the c64. Almost dead on to what you said.