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Revision as of 04:21, 22 August 2014

Sacred
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Platform: Windows
Year: 2004
Developer: Ascaron Entertainment

Sacred is an RPG game for Windows 32 bit (mostly Windows 2000/XP) systems.

Music

The music is great and beautiful. Showing the opportunity of MP3 file format and Windows, it combines drum marches and medieval strings composers (mostly lute and guitar). There are no albums of the game music, so in-game music were placed in the alphabet order of the names of the files of the music, from "A" to "Z".

Recording

The recording is incomlete.

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Title

Composer

Arranger

Length

Size

Listen

1 Fanfare Anonimus Anonimus ~ ~ ~
1.1 Fanfare (another variant) Anonimus Anonimus ~ ~ ~
1.2 Fanfare (longer variant) Anonimus Anonimus ~ ~ ~