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Last updated: 14.July, 2019.
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Sunday, 14.July, 2019.

Guess what. After almost one year, I finally found the time to collect all your submissions to prepare an additional awesome update of World of Game Mids and World of Game Mods ! Thanks especially to Kawocat (again!) for your endless support and high-quality submisssions. I know you waited for almost one year to get them here, but what it is against the flow in the universe ;)

And I would like to mention one more thing. Matt Montag, one of the trusty site visitors, sent me an interesting link to the Javascript player that plays very easily and quickly all the nice old-skool tunes (mods, mids and many more formats!) from the browser. There are some other players like it if you know where to look, but not exactly with the same goals (being user-friendly as a primary music player). Happy to post the link to the player here, because I really enjoyed not only playing the tunes, but also its old-skool look!

And last-but-not-least, we are already 20 years online. Not bad, isn't it? Smiley

Sunday, 26.August, 2018.

Hello, I live Smiley and this site lives too, even though not updated frequently nowadays. Thus, I'd like to bring you an update of World of Game Mids and World of Game Mods today. And what an update it is! Long-searched PC jewels of 90s like Little Big Adventure, Wolf, 3 Skulls of Toltecs and many more are there! (thanks to Kawocat for them!). That thing really deserved an upgrade, so you all have now 1+ year to check them out until next one ;)

Sunday, 7.May, 2017.

Welcome to another update of World of Game Mids and World of Game Mods! I must admit, it was longer time, but this time, I tried to dig into all my old artifacts and tried to post also some forgotten jewels from my disk. That means, don't expect frequent updates in the future.

Sunday, 13.March, 2016.

And again an update of World of Game Mids and World of Game Mods! After long time of almost stable Mods collection, I've now received very nice submissions to this area which are really worth of new update! Especially thanks to Dr. Spa for his infinite trust, and of course also to others to whose this (inbetween really oldskool) site still isn't forgotten. Smiley I'm relly surprised that there are also some relatively new games with tracked music!

Friday, 26.February, 2016.

As I received a few comments with troubles playing Roland MT-32 tunes from previous submission under Munt (especially some tunes from Civilization or Lemmings 2), I updated the Game MIDs FAQ section with the part how to play these files properly. In short, the best way is still to play the tunes with good old WinAmp with properly selected midi input driver. This plays properly also the tunes in Civilization of Lemmings 2 where few of them are currently unplayable in Munt player. Small issue is still a few seconds delay at the beginning of each tune, which is unfortunately caused by directly injecting SysEx data at the beginning of tune. Without this delay, the only known way is to load SysEx manually before each file and have provided the correct .syx file for that.

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