Bubble Bobble: Part 2 (NES)
|Bubble Bobble 2|
- This for other games in the series see Bubble Bobble.
Bubble Bobble Part 2 is one of the many sequels to the popular arcade game Bubble Bobble. Player 1 takes control of Bub and the second player takes control of Bob. Their girlfriends have been kidnapped by monsters and the Bubble Bobble Brothers have been turned into dragons, and it's their job to rescue their girls. Unfortunately, a lot of the fun from the original game was lost with the sequel, as the ability to play two-players simultaneously was removed. This game is also one of the rarest NES games and the cart alone can go for as high as $500!
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The game's music offers several great themes to listen to. There's an in-game song for every 20 levels, then a boss theme, final boss theme, and other tunes that will keep you satisfied. Kenichi Kamio is responsible for these magnificent tunes. The songs have that same action-y but classical theme to them like the first game. Kiyoshi Kusatsu worked on the sound programming and effects. According to Kenichi, he only composed the music and Kiyoshi programmed it into the game.
|01||Intro||Kenichi Kamio||Kiyoshi Kusatsu||1:12||Download|
|02||Title||Kenichi Kamio||Kiyoshi Kusatsu||0:07||Download|
|03||Round 1-19||Kenichi Kamio||Kiyoshi Kusatsu||1:24||Download|
|04||Round 21-39||Kenichi Kamio||Kiyoshi Kusatsu||1:52||Download|
|05||Round 41-59||Kenichi Kamio||Kiyoshi Kusatsu||1:58||Download|
|06||Round 61-79||Kenichi Kamio||Kiyoshi Kusatsu||1:12||Download|
|07||Bonus||Kenichi Kamio||Kiyoshi Kusatsu||1:35||Download|
|08||Boss||Kenichi Kamio||Kiyoshi Kusatsu||1:16||Download|
|09||Final Boss||Kenichi Kamio||Kiyoshi Kusatsu||1:20||Download|
|10||Game Over||Kenichi Kamio||Kiyoshi Kusatsu||0:42||Download|
|11||Sawbones||Kenichi Kamio||Kiyoshi Kusatsu||0:02||Download|
|12||Victory||Kenichi Kamio||Kiyoshi Kusatsu||0:09||Download|
|13||Ending||Kenichi Kamio||Kiyoshi Kusatsu||3:14||Download|
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- Audio Credits:
The game doesn't list Kiyoshi Kusatsu in the credits, but Kenichi Kamio has given us verification that he was the game's sound programmer.
Ripping NES music is a very arduous process that is beyond the scope of this site.