Tyrian 2000: Game rip
Name: Tyrian 2000
Characteristics: Action, Top-Down, Arcade, Shooter
Publishers: Stealth Media Group, XSIV Games, XSIV, Epic Mega Games
Developers: Xaiv Games, Eclipse Productions, XSIV
Original/port composers: Alexander Brandon, Andreas Molnar
Platform: PC Windows (1999)
Related Plaform: PC Windows
Format: Sequenced music (MID)
Composer of these tunes: Alexander Brandon
Source / Archiver / Ripper: Robin Wetzel, Darth Nefelim, Borg No. One
Music type: Game rip
Archived process: Archived completely
Num of tunes: 23
Size of archive: 127 KBytes
- "Sadly, the rip doesn't work." (by Kaminari, 6 Nov 2005) [1/10]
Yamaha's MidRadio refuses to play the MIDs. Looks like a conversion error from XMI to MID:
"An error has occurred (INVALID_FORMAT)."
- "Very good compositions" (by mirwais57, 11 Nov 2005) [10/10]
I think you'll find that the split between Tyrian and Tyrian 2000 is unnecessary; all the music appears in Tyrian and is just repeated in the second game.
Other than that the music is really good.
- "Best of the best game music" (by Dragyn, 26 Jul 2007) [10/10]
Yah its very good this game and its music. Limited until WIN98 cause these good music comes from dos play. Missing 2 music "Sarah Song" and "Rock Garden".
Kaminari use this software www.winamp.com
- "Beware Microsol!" (by honkstar82, 13 Nov 2012) [8/10]
Tyrian is all about big guns, bigger ships, and amazing music. This package, along with the original Tyrian archive available elsewhere on Mirsoft, is full of high-power tunes. Lots of energetic synths and chiptune guitars, along with plenty of whooming space effects, comprise these tracks. The MIDI rips are solid, try XMPlayer if you have trouble with them.
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Facts / description
Robin Wetzel for supplying the tunes
Borg No. One for recording and converting the tunes from LDS format by Andreas Molnar to Midi
Darth Nefelim for dividing the tunes between Tyrian and Tyrian 2000 games and credits fixes
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