The Amazing Spider-Man and Captain America in Dr. Doom's Revenge (DOS)
|The Amazing Spider-Man and Captain America in Dr. Doom's Revenge|
The Amazing Spider-Man and Captain America in Dr. Doom's Revenge is an action game featuring the Marvel comic characters Spider-Man and Captain America working together to stop Dr. Doom.
The game was ported to many home computers at the time, including the Commodore 64, Amiga, and Atari ST.
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The game's music was outsourced to Ad Lib, probably because Paragon Software didn't have any composers. Ad Lib provided the developers with three tunes. The music was composed in AdLib Visual Composer respectively.
The PC Speaker music still needs to be recorded.
This recording is incomplete.
|101||Title Screen||Derek Schofield||1:28||Download|
|102||Lose Theme||Derek Schofield||0:24||Download|
|103||Win Theme||Derek Schofield||1:20||Download|
- Ripper: Doommaster1994
- Recorder: Doommaster1994
- Game Credits:
- Original Music Composition: Derek Schofield credited as Ad Lib Inc.
- Manual Credits:
- Original Music Composed by: Derek Schofield credited as Ad Lib Inc.
We have contacted the game's programmer Mark Seremet, but unfortunately, due to the game being developed long ago, he does not remember anything about the game's audio. As a last resort, we have collected evidence to Derek Schofield composing the music to this game.
1.) Derek composed the music to Paragon's X-Men: Madness in Murderworld, Space 1889, and The Punisher, which credit Derek by his real name.
2.) The Paragon Software DOS games not only use the ROL file format, but also share the same instruments and musical styles.
The ROL files are installed in the game's directory; TITLE.ROL, LOSE.ROL, and WIN.ROL. DOOM.BNK is also installed with the game, which is the standard AdLib Visual Composer bank file (STANDARD.BNK).
The music was logged in DOSBox 0.74 in AdLib Visual Composer and trimmed to play properly.
None of the music loops because the game uses the ROL format.
The game uses the AdLib's 9-channel YM3812 for music, as well as the PC speaker's beeper.