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This game has MODs in one of the subfolders of the game.  
 
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Also game use WAV sounds, so they also were included in the rip.
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Also game use WAV sounds, so they also were included in the rip. A lot of them were taken from the [[DX-Ball (W32)]], but more compressed.
  
 
==Releases==
 
==Releases==

Revision as of 08:16, 4 September 2019

DX Ball 2
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Platform: Windows 32
Year: 1998
Developer: Longbow Digital Arts Inc.
For another games inspired by Arkanoid, see Arkanoid.

DX-Ball 2 is a sequel to the Michael P. Welch's DX-Ball, inspired by Arkanoid.

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Music

Game soundtrack contains 15 MOD tunes. Three of them are for title, and the Orbital Flower is for highscore. The others play if you press F5 during the gameplay.

Recording

The recording was made by Audacity from the game itself, to keep the hard stereo separated.

The tracks were named after MODs metadata and placed in alphabetical order, but menu tracks are placed on the top of this list, the highscore song is the last one.

# Title Composer Length Listen Download
01 BeatWave Eric Gieseke 7:42
Download
02 DustRaiders Eric Gieseke 3:27
Download
03 Seasons Eric Gieseke 2:58
Download
15 Orbital Flower Eric Gieseke 5:35
Download

Credits

(Source: Songs meta data, MobyGames)

Game Rip

Format

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This game has MODs in one of the subfolders of the game.

Also game use WAV sounds, so they also were included in the rip. A lot of them were taken from the DX-Ball (W32), but more compressed.

Releases

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DX-Ball 2 - W32.png
Title: DX-Ball 2
Platform: Windows 32
Released: 1998-12-16
Publisher: Longbow Digital Arts, Inc.

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