The Simpsons: Bart vs. the Space Mutants (DOS)
|The Simpsons: Bart vs. the Space Mutants|
Bart vs. the Space Mutants is an action game developed by Arc Developments and published by Acclaim. Intergalactic aliens want to take over the world, so they first try to build a machine that's made out of purple-colored objects. When that fails, the aliens resort to hats. Bart must stop the aliens from taking over the world.
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The game contains a single track which is an arrangement of The Simpsons theme song composed by Danny Elfman. The game credits Mark Van Hecke, but he never worked for Arc Developments or Ocean Software. The game also credits Jonathan Dunn, who also did the Commodore 64 and Amiga versions' music, which had the same arrangement of the theme song.
The MT-32 recording starts with a 1 and the AdLib recording starts with a 2.
|01||The Simpsons Theme (MT-32)||Danny Elfman||Jonathan Dunn||2:06||Download|
|02||The Simpsons Theme (AdLib)||Danny Elfman||Jonathan Dunn||2:06||Download|
- Ripper: Doommaster1994
- Recorder: Doommaster1994
- Game Credits:
The credits can be accessed by waiting a few seconds at the title screen. Unlike the NES version, Danny Elfman is not credited for composing The Simpsons theme.
The VGM file was logged in DOSBox 0.74 during gameplay. It was then trimmed to loop properly. The VGM logs at the second loop of the song because the first loop has some instruments fade-in.
It is unknown what native format the game uses, since everything is compressed in .OVL files, but it might be a MIDI or XMI file.