Color a Dinosaur (NES)

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Color a Dinosaur
Color a Dinosaur - NES - USA.jpg
Platform: NES
Year: 1993
Developer: Virgin Games, Inc.
Buy: Amazon

Color a Dinosaur is a mediocre coloring game for kids. It was a quickly made game. There are barely any colors, and when you change the color palettes, it changes the colors too, so anything you colored the dinosaur previously on another palette will change to another color. The game also had restrictions, such as you not being able to freely draw wherever you want on the map.


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It's a surprise that the music is mediocre, too, because it was written by one of the best video game musicians of all time, Tommy Tallarico. He wrote a program called Tommy T's Play Me Sound Editor for the NES and used it to write this game's music. The reason why the music is bad is because according to an interview, Tommy stated how he was called at the last second to do the game's music and he had to complete it within a short period of time.


# Title ComposerArranger Length Listen Download
01 Title Tommy TallaricoTommy Tallarico 1:28
02 Dinosaur Select Tommy TallaricoTommy Tallarico 0:17
03 Dinosaur Selected Tommy TallaricoTommy Tallarico 0:01
04 Exit Tommy TallaricoTommy Tallarico 0:03



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Color a Dinosaur - NES - USA.jpg
Title: Color a Dinosaur
Platform: NES
Released: 1993-??-??
Publisher: Virgin Games, Inc.