Life & Death II: The Brain (DOS)
|Life & Death II: The Brain|
Life & Death II: The Brain is a surgical simulator and the sequel to the infamous Life & Death game. The game features improved graphics and sound effects (though sounds are still only played through the PC speaker). Unlike the prequel, Life & Death II was only released on two platforms; MS-DOS and the FM Towns. The game will start out with you diagnosing patients and will continue into more serious procedures such as brain surgery (as the title suggests).
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The game only has one song which plays at the title screen. According to Peter Stone, the developers gave him a small amount of time to compose a song for the game. Stone's details on the music are vague because of time, but says he remembers using a piece of music software by Voyetra:
|01||Title Screen||Peter Stone||0:28||Download|
The game's credits can be accessed by going into your office, going to the computer, typing in 'Credits' and pressing enter.
The music was logged in .DRO format using ValleyBell's version of DOSBox 0.74. The .DRO file was then converted to VGM and trimmed.
The music and sound still needs to be ripped from the OP_SOUND.RES file.
The game uses the AdLib/SoundBlaster YM3812 OPL2 chip.
(No Source - The game doesn't allow you to configure sound devices, but it auto-detects any OPL2 compatible device.)