Flight of the Intruder (NES)
|Flight of the Intruder|
Flight of the Intruder is a 1990 flight simulator developed by Rowan Software and published by Spectrum HoloByte for the PC MS-DOS, Amiga and Atari ST. It was ported to the Nintendo Entertainment System in 1991 with Imagineering as the developer and Mindscape as the publisher. The game was based on the novel of the same name and received as the successor of the first game of the Falcon (video game series).
It should have been noted that the NES version was originally a standalone game by Absolute called USMC Harrier, before Mindscape bought out the rights, and retitled to Flight of the Intruder.
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For 1990, Mark Van Hecke of Home Alone 2 and A Boy and His Blob fame did a good job, writing this epic music in MIDI files, using Dr. T's KCS. The files then converted to a sound driver by Stuart Ross.
Though the game was released in Europe, the PAL version's soundtrack sounds identical to the NTSC version; as it plays at the same pitch and tempo, so only the NTSC version has been recorded.
|01||Title Screen / Briefing||Mark Van Hecke||Stuart Ross||0:50||Download|
|02||Near Ground Stage: Part 1||Mark Van Hecke||Stuart Ross||3:14||Download|
|03||Near Ground Stage: Part 2||Mark Van Hecke||Stuart Ross||2:58||Download|
|04||Unknown Jingle||Mark Van Hecke||Stuart Ross||0:13||Download|
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