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Turrican 2: Arranged/Remixed tunes

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Game info

Name: Turrican 2
Characteristics: Action
Publisher: Rainbow Arts
Developer: Factor 5
Original/port composers: Chris Huelsbeck (Amiga), Markus Siebold (C64)
Atari ST
CDTV - United States
PC Dos (1990)
Amiga (1991)
Commodore 64/128 (1991)
Amstrad CPC (1991)
ZX Spectrum 48/128 (1991)

Music info

Released: 1991
Related Plaform: Amiga
Format: Tracked music (MOD / XM / S3M / IT)
Composers of these tunes: WOTW, MAF, David Schultz, ??
Source / Archiver / Ripper: Mirsoft
Music type: Arranged/Remixed tunes
Archived process: Archived completely
Num of tunes: 9
Size of archive: 525 KBytes

User reviews

  • "Turrican 2" (by Martin, 2 Dec 2002) [7/10]
    these modules and other things don't actually sound too close to the original title however the quallity is good. and you can still remember the songs..

  • "excellent" (by winuae2, 23 Jun 2007) [10/10]
    classic for amiga nevr been forgotten..

  • "great" (by fataleror, 14 Aug 2007) [10/10]
    great soundtrack still own the game on my amiga 600

    (on the amiga version hit the spacebar on the main menu and get the music menu)

  • "Bad reconstruction" (by J, 24 Apr 2008) [4/10]
    These modules are not original Chris Huelsbeck's. If you wonder why, it's because Chris almost always coded his own formats.
    In game Turrican 2 "format" is called Seven-voice routine or so.
    These modules (other people's remakes) you are about to download are quite bad compared to the original and doesn't sound like the original (few exceptions come close though). I've ripped Turrican 2 music in digital audio format (using stereo-mix method) from original game on WinUAE Amiga Emulator.
    I suggest you to do the same if you really want Turrican 2 music.

    !!! EDIT (following text was added much later): you can however get the *original* Chris Huelsbeck's modules in his proprietary TFMX format at: http://www.exotica.org.uk/wiki/Chris_H%C3%BClsbeck
    including also all of the Turrican (1, 2 & 3) tunes! Only thing you need is a TFMX player. There are few really good ones available as a Winamp plugins!

    (the original Turrican tunes would of course get maximum 10/10 rating!)

    You can also get great Turrican remixes (in MP3) from www.AmigaRemix.com just go here: http://www.amigaremix.com/remixes/search/turrican

  • "Not that bad!" (by Beefy, 27 Apr 2015) [6/10]
    Pretty decent, it is just fine. Needs better samples.

  • "Pretty good but not as good as the original" (by carcm, 25 Dec 2017) [6/10]
    These are definately not the original versions by Chris. There is a CD released that has the original music called Turrican Soundtrack Anthology: Original Sound Version, Vol. 1 and Vol. 2 that has his original scores.

  • "One of best" (by Streki, 22 Mar 2024) [10/10]
    Yes its true, one of best music ever. Turrican II title music. Nice intro.

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Arranged tunes from Amiga version of Turrican 2

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Record created/updated: 20. May 2008.
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