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Exile: Game rip

Game info

Name: Exile
Alternate name: Exile: Toki no Hazama e (Japan)
Characteristics: Platform Adventure
Publishers: Audiogenic, Riot, Audiogenic Software Limited (ASL), Nippon Telenet
Developers: Audiogenic, Audiogenic Software Limited (ASL)
Original/port composer: Henry Jackman (Amiga)
Amiga CD32 - United States
PC Engine CD / TurboGrafx-CD - United States
PC Engine CD / TurboGrafx-CD - Japan
Amiga (1991) - Europe
Commodore 64/128 (1991) - Europe
Atari ST (1991) - Europe
Sega Mega Drive (06 Dec 1991) - Japan

Music info

Released: 29 Mar 1991
Format: Digital audio (WAV / Redbook Audio / MP3)
Composer of these tunes: Henry Jackman
Music type: Game rip
My rating: 6/10
Num of tunes: 21
Num of CDs: 1
Play time: 25:00

My info

I'm not quite sure which is this one from, I'm only guessing that it's from RPG Exile by Spiderweb Software. But the tunes aren't very RPG-like :) Some dancing tracks, some ambient, generally nothing excellent, but at least worth of leaving :) [6/10]

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Record created/updated: 26. September 2002.
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