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Ninja Rabbits: Game rip

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Game info

Name: Ninja Rabbits
Alternate name: International Ninja Rabbits
Characteristics: Action, Platform, Comics, Fighting
Publishers: Microvalue, Micro Value
Developers: Microvalue, Micro Value
Original/port composers: Phillip Nixon (Amiga), Philip Nixon (Amiga), Adam Gilmore (C64), Sean Connolly (C64)
Platforms:
Amiga (1991) - Europe
PC Dos (1991) - Europe
Commodore 64/128 (1991) - Europe
Atari ST (1991) - Europe
ZX Spectrum 48/128 (1991)

Music info

Released: 1991
Related Plaform: Amiga
Format: Tracked music (MOD / XM / S3M / IT)
Composer of these tunes: Phillip Nixon
Source / Archiver / Ripper: Jazz Jackrabbit
Music type: Game rip
Archived process: Archived completely
Num of tunes: 1
Size of archive: 56925 bytes

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Facts / description

Info from archiver:
Often when you search the web for the song from International Ninja Rabbits you will get the song from Ninja Rabbits (The first game of the series). So here is the real Song from the game
composed by Phil Nixon.

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Record created/updated: 1. February 2015.
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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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