Boom (Macintosh): Game rip
Name: Boom (Macintosh)
Characteristics: 2d, side scrolling, RPG
Publisher: Federico Filipponi
Developer: Federico Filipponi
Original/port composer: Wizid
Platform: Macintosh (1997)
Related Plaform: Macintosh
Format: Tracked music (MOD / XM / S3M / IT)
Composer of these tunes: Wizid
Source / Archiver / Ripper: Dr. Spa
Music type: Game rip
Archived process: Archived completely
Num of tunes: 8
Size of archive: 513 KBytes
- "The Best-Sounding, Good Quality tunes I've ever heard" (by Dr. Spa, 5 Jun 2004) [10/10]
This Package is stunning!!! It really hits the spot!!! If you want great quality tunes, with the professionals' choice of samples, with the great rhythm and kooky beats... GET THIS STRAIGHT AWAY!!!! WHAT COULD WARCOW BE THINKING!!!
- "Crash Boom Bang?" (by Warcow, 6 Jun 2004) [1/10]
Eh, I can't see what's so special about this, no nice melodies and no ideas. Bomber Boy started off good but that's about it, I can't see how anyone can listen to it really.
- "Awesome (mostly)!" (by TheoX, 10 Mar 2009) [7/10]
It's fun to find old game music. I honestly didn't expect this one to be here. Fun tunes, but the sound quality is too choppy in some of them.
Warcow, don't download music from a game you don't know! There's no point in that, it's not special.
- "Fantastic!" (by Zemmargorp, 22 Mar 2015) [9/10]
I'm so happy of having found these musics in such an appropriate file format! It's smaller than MP3, and it's way better for editing. Thanks to Dr. Spa for sharing it!
Unfortunately, some tunes did not play well for me - Warcow probably had the same problem! I tried to arrange them, and managed to do it without changing the melody.
IF YOU HAVE TROUBLES with this version of the music, try to DOWNLOAD THE ARRANGED VERSION I published.
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