- For another games inspired by Arkanoid, see Arkanoid.
Although it's very old Windows game (one of the first Windows 32 games), it's still forwardly compatible even with Windows 10 and other 64-bit versions and still works not bad.
The game use MDS files for music. Only 2 of them (Ackerlight and Ethno Papa) are used standartly; other plays if you press F5 during the gameplay, but never plays independently. Ethno Papa is for title, and Ackerlight is for highscore.
The recordings are placed in the order used in the game. All of them loop.
This recording is incomplete.
|01||Ethno Papa||Roland Corporation||Roland Corporation||3:24||Download|
|02||Freebee||Jeff R. Bosset||Jeff R. Bosset||0:00||Download|
|03||Karn Evil 9: 1st Impression, Part I||Emerson, Lake and Palmer||Unknown||0:00||Download|
|04||Flight of the Bumblebee||Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov||Romeo Music International||2:42||Download|
|05||Overture from The Marriage of Figaro||Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart||MTA||0:00||Download|
|06||Ackerlight||Frédéric Hahn||Howard Wootan||3:43||Download|
- Ripper: M1911 (main), binarymaster (conversion to MIDI)
- Recorder: M1911
- Game Credits:
- Not credited composer: Roland credited as Roland Corporation
- Not credited composer: Jeff Bosset credited as Jeff R. Bosset
- Not credited composer: Emerson, Lake and Palmer
- Not credited composer: Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov
- Not credited arranger: Romeo Music International credited as Romeo Music Intl.
- Not credited composer: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
- Not credited arranger: Anonymous credited as MTA
- Not credited composer: Frédéric Hahn
- Not credited arranger: Howard Wootan
- Not credited arranger: Michael Doyle credited as Mike Doyle
(Source: the Internet, game lacks credits.)
The authors of this game didn't wrote music for the game. They just found some MIDI music on the Internet (written from 1993 to 1994 for Roland GS and General MIDI) and converted it to MDS. The authors even didn't change the names of the files.
The game use MDS (MIDI streaming) files for music, placed in the root folder of the game. It's not MDS files of the CDs, as it seems to be, it's audio. Also MDS files were converted to MIDI using MIDIPLEX and included in the rip.
Since the game use WAV sounds, they are also included in the rip.
The game uses DirectX 2 API or compatible.