Boppin' (DOS)

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Boppin'
BoxMissing.png
Platform: DOS
Year: 1994
Developer: Accursed Toys

Boppin' is a puzzle game where you must match blocks of certain types to remove them from a level, and you gain points for matching blocks in specific ways.

Screenshots

Boppin' - DOS - Title.png

The title screen.

Boppin' - DOS - Level 1.png

Early in level 1.

Music

Recording

The below recording was made using OPL output option through the game's jukebox (Main menu, Credits, select composer's name).

# TitleFilename Composer Length Listen Download
01 Boppin BopBOPBOP2.MID Andrew J. Lepisto 1:05
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02 Magnetic FjordsMAGNETIC.MID Andrew J. Lepisto 0:40
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03 FrustrationFRUSTRAT.MID Andrew J. Lepisto 2:00
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04 Emotional SapphireSAPPHIRE.MID Andrew J. Lepisto 5:23
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05 Boppin Opus #43OPUS43.MID Andrew J. Lepisto 1:46 noicon Download
06 FoundatisFOUNDAT.MID Andrew J. Lepisto 2:02
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07 FeltibunsmelloFELTIBUN.MID Andrew J. Lepisto 1:32
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08 Stumblebum DensitySTUMBUM.MID Andrew J. Lepisto 2:51
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09 Star BopSTARBOP2.MID Andrew J. Lepisto 0:28
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10 BumblebellyBUMBLE.MID Andrew J. Lepisto 0:53
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11 Skeptical JellySKEPTICA.MID Andrew J. Lepisto 1:12
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12 A Stab at HappinessSTABHAPP.MID Andrew J. Lepisto 1:08
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13 CitystreetsSTREETS.MID Andrew J. Lepisto 0:53
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14 DixiedregDIXIE.MID Andrew J. Lepisto 1:05
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15 LoberoLOBERO.MID Andrew J. Lepisto 1:12
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16 Apogee FanfareAPOGEE.MID Andrew J. Lepisto 0:09
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The song titles were taken from the jukebox accessible from the game's credits menu. The track order is the same as the jukebox, with the addition of the Apogee fanfare at the end.

Credits

(Needs Source)

Game Rip

Format

Download

MIDI.png

Download

(Info)


The music is located inside BOPPIN.RES, and was able to be extracted after the programmer, Stephen P. Lepisto, provided a small amount of source code which included the decompression algorithm and the original filenames of the songs (which are not stored in BOPPIN.RES.)

Audio Devices

Releases

Links