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Last updated: 13.March, 2016.
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Civilization: Game rip

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Game info

Name: Civilization
Alternate name: Sid Meier's Civilization; Civilization: Call to Power II (Europe); Civilization: Shin Sekai Nadaibunmei (Japan)
Characteristics: Strategy, Simulation, Top-Down, War Game, Managerial / Trade, Board / Classic Game, like Civilization
Publishers: Activision, Microprose, Asmik, Firaxis
Developers: Microprose, Sid Meier, MPS Labs
Original/port composers: Jeff Briggs, Andrew Parton (Amiga), John Broomhall (Amiga), Matthew Cannon (Amiga), J Broomhall (Amiga), Paul Tonge (ST)
Platforms:
Super NES - Europe
Macintosh
PC Dos (1991) - Europe
Amiga (1992) - Europe
Atari ST (1992) - Europe
Super NES (07 Oct 1994) - Japan
Super NES (1995) - United States
PlayStation (26 Apr 1996) - Japan
Sega Saturn (02 May 1997) - Japan
PC Windows (08 Dec 2000) - Europe

Music info

Released: 1991
Related Plaform: PC Dos
Format: Sequenced music (MID)
Composer of these tunes: Jeff Briggs
Source / Archiver / Ripper: Mr_KrzYch00
Music type: Game rip
Archived process: Archived completely
Num of tunes: 39
Complete: 100%
Size of archive: 122 KBytes

User reviews

  • "Not very good, contains corrupted tracks!" (by Richard Roma, 23 Feb 2016) [3/10]
    This package, contains 39 tracks. They all start a bit too late and few of them simply dont work and glitch all of my players including recommended Munt.

    List of corrupted tracks:
    america2.mid
    armorlos.mid
    bomber.mid
    chinese.mid
    newgame.mid
    roman2.mid
    russia.mid
    zulu2.mid

  • "Info to corrupted tunes" (by Mirsoft, 26 Feb 2016) [7/10]
    All the tunes can be played properly with WinAmp and its proper MT-32 midi input driver (see http://www.mirsoft.info/gamemids-help.php#mt32 ). Other midi players mostly don't have proper MT-32 driver. Munt has proper MT-32 emulation, but its midi player don't play the few mentioned tunes above (don't know why, maybe buggy Midi player in Munt).
    Sorry for not pointing to the correct documentation sooner. :)

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Facts / description

Track titles/additional info located here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Music_in_the_Civilization_video_game_series#Civilization

All MIDI Files contain SysEx information at the beginning for correct playback
on Roland MT-32 (real device or the emulator).

Ripped using:
- DOSBox (to run the game),
- Munt: MT-32 Emulator (to output MIDI files),
- MFPlay (to include SysEx Data at the beginning of MIDI files).

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Special thanks to:
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- Sid Meier,
- MPS Labs,
(for the game)

- All the developers of the software used for ripping.

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Mr_KrzYch00

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Record created/updated: 21. February 2016.
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