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Old 11 January 2004, 07:13   #1
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Games that contain music like Turrican 2

Looking for games that have music made with the same synth style music as Turrican 2.

And to start you off, Gem-x.
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Old 11 January 2004, 09:29   #2
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The extraordinarily good Quick 'n' Silva.

I prefer the music in this to the in-game stuff in Turrican.
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take a look at 'Jim Power'
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Old 12 January 2004, 12:27   #4
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you want to really search for the TFMX modules and sounds.I really used to like this sounds style , I remember ripping R-Type by myself from the game ... cool
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....well in this case you should pay this site a visit...

exotica.fix.no

best amiga game-music resource in the net *g*
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Yes go to Exotica and check all the TFMX tunes, specially those done by Chris Hülsbeck
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Old 13 January 2004, 02:28   #7
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Yes go to Exotica and check all the TFMX tunes, specially those done by Chris Hülsbeck
Tnx for that, nice site.... will DEFINATELY have a close look
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Old 15 January 2004, 12:37   #8
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Lightbulb Apidya

The music for Apidya is also done by Chris Huelsbeck. The tunes are classic. My favorites are the ones for the sewers section, the techno levels (very early nineties house-music) and the Elektro-music accompanying World 2's confrontation with the level boss, a giant fish.
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don't forget to check huelsbeck's SID's. these pieces are also a must.


www.hvsc.c64.org
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Old 18 January 2004, 11:51   #10
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Anyone know what player supports "Digital Sonix & Chrome" which is the music format used in Dragons Breath ?

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Old 18 January 2004, 22:05   #11
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Did you try deliplayer? I bet there's an Amiga replayer for it.
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Did you try deliplayer? I bet there's an Amiga replayer for it.
Deliplayer wont touch it (format unknown), and the only player for the amiga wouldnt run.
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If there is a Deliploayer replayer exotica will have it. check them out and see if they have a replyaer, download it and throw it in the Amiga replayers dir of Deliplayer.
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Dragons Breath:

Music @
http://exotica.fix.no/tunes/unexotic...ns_Breath.html

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http://amiga.emucamp.com/wt/players.html
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Off the top of my head...

R-Type
Turrican
Turrican 2
Turrican 3
Jim Power
Apidya
Carl Lewis Challenge
Quik n Silva
Rock n Roll
X-Out
Z-Out
Metal Law

Plus a host of others
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