Rather uniquely, Garrison (C64) uses the keyboard to allow 3 simultaneous players rather than 2 as in Garrison (AMI) and Gauntlet (C64). However, even if one player dies, you cannot add a 4th one until next level. Also, the graphics are worse than in both games and the scrolling is no better.
The C64 soundtrack to Garrison was Ramiro Vaca's first task at Rainbow Arts. It is a cross between the Amiga original and Vaca's own compositions. It is also the first release to use Chris Hülsbeck's durable TFMX system.
Unlike the Amiga original, the in-game beat is not in sync with the level time.
All songs were recorded from VICE 3.2 with the model 6581 (ReSID) and a filter bias of -196. While the recorder considered this configuration most noticeable and interesting, it is unconfirmed how close it is to Vaca's.
|01||Title||Sound Creation Studio, Pascal de Sapio, Andreas Hommel, Ramiro Vaca||Ramiro Vaca||3:16||Download|
|02||Main Menu||Ramiro Vaca||Ramiro Vaca||2:12||Download|
|03||Choose Players||Ramiro Vaca||Ramiro Vaca||0:02||Download|
|04||Get Ready||Sound Creation Studio, Pascal de Sapio, Andreas Hommel||Ramiro Vaca||0:00||Download|
- Ripper: HVSC
- Recorder: Professor Chaos
- Game Credits:
This game uses the computer's built-in SID chip.
|Garrison II: The Legend Continues|
|Notable Songs||Title - Garrison|
|Notable Companies||Rainbow Arts|