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posted 181 days ago
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that is, I only mean the A8/C64/CPC game pages. Other pages are free :-)

posted 181 days ago
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eh, not necessary, I've written most of the remaining 3 pages already, only the Music sections need polishing yet

posted 268 days ago
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Are you sure that the Ricochet release of X-15 Alpha Mission uses Invade-a-load? Not all Ricochet releases do, unfortunately, and I haven't seen it myself. Also, the game has another song which is not recorded (and a bit surprisingly, not even ripped).

posted 269 days ago
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No worries, I will definitely finish Avoid the Noid (C64) as I have time off. But the Midnight Resistance (AMI) page is not mine, it's all by User:Piratenesgames.

posted 290 days ago
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Yikes. Thanks, I just told HVSC about Marwede.

posted 291 days ago
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I'll look into Load-'n-Play, yes. Are you sure though that Leif Marwede scored Ducktales on C64, and that the driver is David Thiel's? Where did you get these infos?

posted 297 days ago
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I know. Lemon64 and LemonAmiga have been hacked on December 13. LemonAmiga is back, and Kim Lemon (the creator) has already notified TNT (admin of Lemon64), but Kim hasn't heard from TNT in days... we'll just have to wait.

While it lasts, you can browse on Internet Archive: web.archive.org/web/lemon64.com/games - Only the search engine won't work.

posted 301 days ago
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I already told you, at the bottom here of your very user board, that Gremlin Graphics had Ben Daglish (although Ben repeatedly said since 1998 that he never did consoles). About the rest, I don't know. I haven't followed much console music either.

posted 309 days ago
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(oops, sending again, with better formatting I hope)

I had to correct some things on Speed Zone (C64) and Finders Keepers (C64):

  1. It's admittedly hard to spot, but both games do not sound the same on every SID chip. How to tell: SID - Recording Guide.
  2. All of Julian Potts' C64 game music is in an off-the-shelf editor called Ubik's Musik. Did you assume he used assembly because many did? (It'd have been ok to write "probably", but writing assumptions like facts is really not good.)
  3. The Speed Zone tapes (.tap-files) I found don't use Invade-a-load. Have you found one that does? Or did you assume so because it's Mastertronic and Super Trolley (C64) is from the same time?
  4. Sorry for being so doubtful now, but did Potts really confirm to one of us at VGMPF? The SID rip (by HVSC) has a question mark behind his name, which means they are guessing, but are not actually sure themselves.
posted 309 days ago
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I had to correct some things on Speed Zone (C64) and Finders Keepers (C64):

1. It's admittedly hard to spot, but both games do not sound the same on every SID chip. How to tell: SID - Recording Guide. 2. All of Julian Potts' C64 game music is in an off-the-shelf editor called Ubik's Musik. Did you assume he used assembly because many did? (It'd have been ok to write "probably", but writing assumptions like facts is really not good.) 3. The Speed Zone tapes (.tap-files) I found don't use Invade-a-load. Have you found one that does? Or did you assume so because it's Mastertronic and Super Trolley (C64) is from the same time? 4. Sorry for being so doubtful now, but did Potts really confirm to one of us at VGMPF? The SID rip (by HVSC) has a question mark behind his name, which means they are guessing, but are not actually sure themselves.