Pinball Dreams Deluxe: Game rip
Name: Pinball Dreams Deluxe
Characteristics: Pinball Simulation
Publishers: 21st Century, 21st Century Entertainment
Original/port composer: Anthony Putson
Platform: PC Dos (1995)
Related Plaform: PC Dos
Format: Tracked music (MOD / XM / S3M / IT)
Composer of these tunes: Anthony Putson
Source / Archiver / Ripper: Mirsoft, Thales Martins
Music type: Game rip
Archived process: Archived completely
Num of tunes: 4
Size of archive: 579 KBytes
- "dreamsmix & stage 3 are pretty good" (by eek-1, 30 Oct 2007) [6/10]
I had this game CD long back when I bought a Creative soundcard. I think the intro music (the dreamsmix) in this gamerip is a little bit different than the intro in my game CD. Perhaps the latter is the one that sir Anthony Putson had lost.
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Facts / description
3 excellent songs ripped from Pinball Dreams Deluxe:
Intro.mod (Introduction Song)
Pinball Stage1.mod (Song for the first table)
Pinball Stage3.mod (Song for the third table)
The intro.mod was kept in its original format, but the
other 2 songs had their patterns reorded with ModPlug,
so they are not well played in too old mod players (the ones for DOS).
The fourth song, Introduction v1.02.mod is the latest version of the
Introduction tune. From Anthony Putson:
This is in fact a later version of the tune I written, and there is also a third
version flying about somewhere which if I can track down, will appear in the
future. I had a lot of fun doing this track, 21st Century asked me to write an
intro tune using as much memory as I needed, so I did. Id had this tune around
for a while so I decided to spruce it up somewhat. It generated a hell of a lot
of interest from various people including an English demo group called Anathema.
A guy called Michael Davis, who is now a good friend of mine, contacted me
wanting to use it in a demo his group were creating, of course I accepted, and
ended up doing a remixed version which happened to be the best out of the lot. I
am also thinking about possibly writing a CD version, but I do not know. If I
stumble across the remixed edit then look forward to it making an appearance in
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