Slot - Clik Clak

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Composer Paolo Galimberti
Released 1992-0?-??
Title Origin Game Location

Slot plays in the Commodore 64 and Amiga versions of Clik Clak (Gear Works in North America) while the slot machine rolls.

The DOS version does not have a slot song; instead, the in-game song continues.


In the Amiga game, the filename is mod.slot and the internal songname is empty.


Both arrangements are in A♯ major.


Clik Clak (AMI)

Platform - AMI.png
Clik Clak (AMI)
Output - Paula.svg
Output - Paula.svg
Clik Clak - AMI - Bonus.png
Arranger Paolo Galimberti
Programmer Pex Tufvesson, Anders Berkeman
Released 1992-0?-??
Length 0:07.69 (PAL)
0:06.42 (NTSC)
BPM 125 (PAL)
150 (NTSC)
Format MOD
Loops Yes

Galimberti used StarTrekker to arrange the song in 2 voices (out of 4). The instruments are EloPin and DumpfBass (German for MuffledBass) from unknown sources. For the driver, the game uses Noisetracker V1.0.

On NTSC machines, the game is 20% faster and 1% higher than on PAL. To record the song:

  1. Clik Clak was started in WinUAE 3.6.1 with NTSC off.
  2. Gear Works was started in WinUAE 4.4.0 with NTSC on.

Clik Clak (C64)

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Clik Clak (C64)
Output - SID.svg
Clik Clak - C64 - Bonus.png
Arranger Paolo Galimberti
Programmer Oliver Blasnik
Released 1992-0?-??
Length 0:07.66
BPM 125
Format SID
Loops Yes

Galimberti used RoMuzak V6.3 to arrange the song and also its two instruments. Since no sound effects play during roll, the bass plays on two octaves.

According to HVSC, Galimberti commented on YouTube that he was using a 6581 sound chip. However, the entire song is muffled and every bass note clicks on them, unlike on the 8580. To record the song:

  1. Clik Clak was started on a real C64C with an 8580 R5 4091.

In the rip, it is track 8.