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Hey You, Pikachu!: Game rip

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Game info

Name: Hey You, Pikachu!
Alternate name: Pikachu Genki Dechu (Japan)
Characteristics: Simulation
Publisher: Nintendo
Developers: Nintendo, Ambrella
Original/port composer: Miki Obata
Platforms:
Nintendo 64 (12 Dec 1998) - Japan
Nintendo 64 (06 Nov 2000) - United States

Music info

Released: 12 Dec 1998
Related Plaform: Nintendo 64
Format: Sequenced music (MID)
Composer of these tunes: Miki Obata
Source / Archiver / Ripper: PelPix
Music type: Game rip
Archived process: Archived completely
Num of tunes: 45
Complete: 100%
Size of archive: 182 KBytes

User reviews


Facts / description

I was looking through the ROM and to my surprise, the soundtrack is...in GM midi.

This is very unusual for an N64 game. In fact, I've never seen a ROM with a GM soundtrack before.

This is not a converted soundtrack. They're literally just like this in the rom. File names are original.

There is a 15MB soundfont missing. It's not necessary or anything, since it's GM.

Music download

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Record created/updated: 14. July 2019.
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Generate info.txt - with this cool feature you can generate the info.txt file with all tune information and save it somewhere, which means you'll have something like "tune ID card"! :) This has cool advantages - it's small, fastly readable/editable, you can add it to the tune archive if you want and you will have everytime fast information about the game and music archive. Also programs which support reading from txt files (such as KBMedia Player) can read the info.txt file directly while playing tunes of all formats!

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