J.J. & Jeff (TG16)
|J.J. & Jeff|
J.J. & Jeff is one of the earliest TurboGrafx-16 games.
In Japan, the game was originally released as a game based on the comedy duo Kato-chan and Ken-chan. It featured a lot of toilet humor, which was removed when localized for North America.
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J.J. & Jeff has a really nice score for its time. This was one of Takeaki Kunimoto's earliest games that he worked on. There are some jazzy tunes, as well as rock tracks, but even in those, you can still hear Kunimoto's jazzy elements with the chord progressions. For unknown reasons, the sound driver plays the music a microtone (1/4 step) sharp, resulting in approximately A = 450Hz.
Takeaki wrote his music on the MSX computer, which was sent to Hudson Soft, and implemented into the game by Toshiyuki Sasagawa, who implemented the music using a PC-98 computer and Music Macro Language with Takayuki Iwabuchi's sound driver.
|01||Title Screen||Takeaki Kunimoto||0:22||Download|
|02||Field 1||Takeaki Kunimoto||1:55||Download|
|03||Bonus Area||Takeaki Kunimoto||0:39||Download|
|04||Area Clear||Takeaki Kunimoto||0:05||Download|
|05||Field 2||Takeaki Kunimoto||1:07||Download|
|06||Field 3||Takeaki Kunimoto||1:30||Download|
|07||Field 4||Takeaki Kunimoto||1:14||Download|
|08||Field 5||Takeaki Kunimoto||1:55||Download|
|11||Field Complete||Takeaki Kunimoto||0:05||Download|
|13||Staff Roll||Takeaki Kunimoto||2:55||Download|
|14||Game Over||Takeaki Kunimoto||0:10||Download|
- Ripper: Sonic of 8! (VGZ)
- Recorder: Doommaster1994
- Game Credits:
The game's credits are seen after beating the game. However, they will not display if the player uses the level select cheat. Both the Japanese and US version of the game have the same exact credits.
Takayuki Iwabuchi has been confirmed as programming the game's sound driver, but he is not listed in the game's credits.
Ripping TurboGrafx-16 music is an arduous process that is beyond the scope of this site. The music was recorded using in_vgm for Winamp.
The game uses the TurboGrafx-16's HuC6280. It uses Takayuki Iwabuchi's sound driver.