Gods: Game rip
Alternate name: Gods: Into The Wonderful
Characteristics: Action, Platform, Fighting, Arcade, Real-Time, Medieval / Fantasy
Publishers: Bitmap Brothers, Accolade, Mindscape, Renegade, Renegade Software, The Bitmap Brothers, Simon & Julia Barnsley, Crawfish, PCM Complete
Developers: Bitmap Brothers, Graftgold, The Bitmap Brothers
Original/port composer: Richard Joseph (Amiga)
ZX Spectrum 48/128 (1989)
Amiga (1991) - Europe
PC Dos (1991) - Europe
Atari ST (1991) - Europe
PC Dos (02 Jan 1991)
Super NES (1993) - United States
Sega Mega Drive (26 Mar 1993) - Japan
Game Boy Advance (Unfinished)
Released: 02 Jan 1991
Related Plaform: Amiga
Format: Tracked music (MOD / XM / S3M / IT)
Composer of these tunes: Richard Joseph
Source / Archiver / Ripper: Mirsoft, UnExoticA
Music type: Game rip
Archived process: Archived (different version on UnExoticA)
Num of tunes (original): 1
Complete (original): 100%
Num of tunes (actual): 2
Complete (actual): 200%
Size of archive (original): 205 KBytes
Size of archive (actual): 237 KBytes
- "the very best" (by Sol zenit, 7 May 2004) [10/10]
This tune can make you go straight through the roof.
And then straight to your soul.
very original stuff, check it out.
- "Ancient Gods" (by Warcow, 6 Jun 2004) [8/10]
The "gods17" is okey I guess but as already written, the "Import music 1" song is a sad melody and it's cool and craves for relistenings.
- "to...the wonderful..." (by deepblue, 23 May 2005) [9/10]
or so I hear.. what an excellent song it was.. a definite classic...
- "Clean out your lugholes mate!!" (by timmy, 21 Oct 2005) [9/10]
It sounds more like "Intu the wonderful" due to the compression used it lost some higher and lower frequencies but it still holds a place in my heart as I wasted a whole weekend playing this to the end.
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