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StarFox:Battle Base Meteor (thebat.it)

Info Summary

  • thebat.it is a IT format module. Uncompressed, it is 189.07KB in size and has been downloaded 2524 times since Mon 20th Dec 1999 :D

Info Info

  • Mod Archive ID: 61258
  • Downloads: 2524
  • Favourited: 1 times
  • MD5: 52c1a17ebbbd7cdef2aa458ead90e563
  • Format: IT
  • Channels: 12
  • Uncompressed Size: 189.07KB
  • Genre: n/a

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member Posted by m0d on Mon 26th Feb 2007, rated 5 / 10.

Whether this is a MIDI conversion or not, it plays properly in XMPlay for me, sounds OK, inspection of the tracker-view shows it contains far too many command codes than necessary so yes - this looks like an automated conversion. I don't mind good conversions per se, it's the crap ones which drive me nuts and of course if it's not been crafted by hand - whats the point - attributing your name?

member Posted by aka hap on Sun 25th Feb 2007, rated 2 / 10.

I'm sorry, like the MIDI conversion I commented on earlier, this song doesn't deserve to be on TMA. Judging from the song "source code", it's a straight SPC conversion.

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Info Internal Texts *

StarFox:Battle Base Meteor
from the game StarFox
for the Super Nintendo
(1992), soundtrack (C)
Nintendo and Koji Kondo.
All Rights Reserved.
Adapted and edited from
the SPC by /<itsune
using MODPlug Tracker 1.07

This is one of my favorite
games of alltime and I
figured it appropriately
deserved a loopable track
to honor the wonderful
music which made it
such a killer game for
it's time. I would like
to thank all the awesome
people at Argonaut
Software who went
against the odds to
make an awesome space
opera. Also Koji Kondo
for his symphonic
prowess at creating
memorable masterpieces
in StarFox as well as
other games(i.e.Zelda III)
The only regret I have is
that Nintendo never went
ahead and released StarFox
II for the Super Nintendo,
the screenshots they had
looked incredible. Ah well

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