Win, Lose Or Draw (NES)
|Win, Lose Or Draw|
Win, Lose Or Draw is based on the game show. In this game, you must play a few rounds and guess the picture that is drawn on the board. The game also features a password to ensure players do not get the same puzzles twice.
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The game has a short and simple soundtrack composed by Nick Scarim of Spy Vs. Spy fame. Through Scarim declined to comment, Mike Riedel said that Nick would bring a MIDI keyboard with him into the studio and play the music through a MIDI sequencer, and the MIDI files would then be converted into 6502 assembly instructions to Mike's sound driver.
|01||Title Screen||Nick Scarim||Mike Riedel||0:44||Download|
|02||Round Start||Nick Scarim||Mike Riedel||0:49||Download|
|03||Game Theme 1||Nick Scarim||Mike Riedel||0:44||Download|
|04||Game Theme 2||Nick Scarim||Mike Riedel||0:44||Download|
|05||Game Theme 3||Nick Scarim||Mike Riedel||0:44||Download|
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- Game Credits:
The game has a hidden cheat code to display the game developers (as shown above.) To access it, begin a Difficult game, enter "SHOWMERSPINC" as an answer and press the B button. This will display the three people who worked on the game; Arthur J. Aspromatis, Eric Shefferman and Mike Riedel. For an unknown reason, Nick Scarim is not shown nor credited, but Mike Riedel verified Nick's role in the game.
(Source: Verification from Mike Riedel; game lacks music credits.)
The game uses the RP2A03 chip. It does not use the DPCM channel.
Ripping NES music is a very arduous process that is beyond the scope of this site.