Alien Carnage (DOS)

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Halloween Harry
BoxMissing.png
Platform: DOS
Year: 1993
Developer: SubZero Software

Halloween Harry (later renamed to Alien Carnage) is a platform game where you must rescue hostages kidnapped by aliens.

Screenshots

Halloween Harry - DOS - Title.png

The title screen.

Halloween Harry - DOS - Level 1.png

Early in level 1.

Music

Recording

# TitleFilename Composer Length Listen Download
02 Title Track 2FINALE.4MD Unknown 1:28
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03 Mission 1AZONE-1A.4MD Unknown 2:03
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04 Mission 1BZONE-1B.4MD Unknown 1:40
Download
05 Boss 1ZONE-1C.4MD Unknown 2:03
Download
06 Mission 2AZONE-2A.4MD Unknown 1:40
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07 Mission 2BZONE-2B.4MD Unknown 1:32
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08 Boss 2ZONE-2C.4MD Unknown 1:48
Download
09 Mission 3AZONE-3A.4MD Unknown 2:37
Download
10 Mission 3BZONE-3B.4MD Unknown 2:20
Download
11 Boss 3ZONE-3C.4MD Unknown 0:04
Download
12 Mission 4AZONE-4A.4MD Unknown 2:54
Download
13 Mission 4BZONE-4B.4MD Unknown 2:35
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14 Boss 4ZONE-4C.4MD Unknown 0:40
Download
15 Space Station LibertySEB3.4MD (in HARRY.-0) Unknown 1:28
Download
16 Space Station Liberty (reprise)SEB3.4MD (in INTRO.BNK) Unknown 3:42
Download
17 ContinueCONTINUE.4MD Unknown 0:18
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18 Game Over/Hi ScoreHISCORE.4MD Unknown 2:36
Download
19 InfoboyINS.4MD Unknown 2:33
Download
Music player

Song titles and composers are taken from Studio, a music player included with the registered version of the game (although missing from the freeware release.)

There is also a song called clear.mod which is not included here. It is just a silent song. Presumably rather than stopping the music player it was easier for the programmers to just tell the music routine to play a silent song.

Credits

Game Rip

Format

Download

MOD.png

Download

(Info)


The music is located inside HARRY.-0, with one song also in INTRO.BNK. It is in 4MD format which is the same as MOD, but with most offsets in units of 16-bits instead of bytes. Consequently most of the values need to be halved to produce a normal MOD file.


Audio Devices

Releases

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