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Inindo: the Way of the Ninja

Game info

Name: Inindo: Way of the Ninja
Alternate name: Super Inindo: Datou Nobunaga (Japan)
Characteristics: RPG Simulation Strategy
Publisher: Koei
Platforms:
Super NES - United States
Super NES (19 Mar 1992) - Japan

Music info

Released: 25 Jun 1991
Related Plaform: Super NES
Format: Digital audio (WAV / Redbook Audio / MP3)
Music type: Original soundtrack
Num of tunes: 15
Num of CDs: 1
Catalogue Nr.: KECH-1014
Play time: 54:14

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Tracklist

01-Prelude - The Way of the Ninja - 4:00
02-The Theme of Inindou - Battlesword - 4:32
03-The Promised Dawn - 3:36
04-An Unmarked Road - 2:47
05-Homage to the Sword - 2:28
06-Proving Grounds - 3:38
07-The Voice of the Darkness - 4:11
08-Breaking the Waves - 5:11
09-Wandering the Streets - 2:59
10-An Audience With the Lord - 2:34
11-Charge! Killing Force - 3:10
12-The Chief's Manor - Last Battle - 3:36
13-Clime of Victory - 3:34
14-Ride Like the Wind - 3:59
15-The Wilderness of Dreams - 3:59

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Record created/updated: 18. September 2002.
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