Hi Octane: Game rip
Name: Hi Octane
Publisher: Electronic Arts
PlayStation - United States
PC Dos (1995)
Related Plaform: PC Dos
Format: Sequenced music (MID)
Source / Archiver / Ripper: Mirsoft
Music type: Game rip
Archived process: Archived completely
Num of tunes: 20
Size of archive: 82067 bytes
- "Sweet Tunes" (by ivionday, 10 Nov 2007) [9/10]
Hi Octane was hot. The music was so sexy. I played it through my Sound Blaster AWE32 and this was one of those rare gems that had CUSTOM SOUNDFONT BANKS for the midi music. Yeah! If you spent $250 on a sound card in 8th grade, you would be excited too. It's a shame I can't find those original custom soundfont banks anywhere.
- "I was amazed to hear that kind of sound..." (by pazhosch, 21 Aug 2011) [10/10]
...without buying game CD's, and before (well, after, but most people haven't heard yet, and anyway it would be too much CPU load for the game) invention of mp3. The game is quite dynamic and not boring, even though there are only 6 different tracks. I really liked both this game and it's music.
About game soundfonts - the file is: SOUND/BULLFROG.SBK in the game dir, standard version 1 soundfont, so all what is needed is to find and download the game. I did today and even enjoyed playing it in DOSbox for a while. Only pity can't put (I still have) my old AWE32 board to the computer, due to lack of ISA slot in the latter. :(
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