Infiltrator is an action game developed by Chris Gray Enterprises. It was ported to the NES by Eastridge Technology.
Despite its title, the game is actually a port of the second game in the series; Infiltrator II: The Next Day.
In the game, you play as James "Jimbo-Baby" McGibbits. Your mission is to stop the Mad Leader from taking over the world. The game has a few gameplay elements such as a first-person flying segment, and an overhead stealth segment.
There isn't much music in the game. All there really is is a title song, which is converted from the Commodore 64 game. There's also a drumbeat that plays during the mission briefing, as well as a short little jingle for the Mad Leader.
|01||Title||Paul Butler||Nick Eastridge||1:24||Download|
|02||Mission Briefing||Paul Butler||Nick Eastridge||0:20||Download|
|03||Mad Leader||Paul Butler||Nick Eastridge||0:05||Download|
- Ripper: MrNorbert1994
- Recorder: Doommaster1994
- Game Credits:
(Source, game's sound engine.)
The credits are displayed on startup. The game uses Nick Eastridge's sound driver, though he's not credited. It is unknown if Eastridge converted Butler's composition, or if it was done by Butler himself.
Ripping NES music is a very arduous process that is beyond the scope of this site.
|Infiltrator||• • • • •|
|Infiltrator II: The Next Day||•|
|Notable Songs||Title Screen|
|Notable Personnel||Paul Butler • Nick Eastridge|
|Notable Companies||Gray Matter|