Difference between revisions of "Laser Light (DOS)"

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{{Template: Infobox Game
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{{Infobox Game
| Title           = Laser Light
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| Title     = Laser Light
| BoxArt         =  
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| BoxArt   =  
| PlatformName    = DOS
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| Platform  = {{Platform|DOS}}
| PlatformPage    = DOS
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| Year     = 1994
| Year           = 1994
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| Developer = {{Developer|Pixel Painters|Pixel Painters Corporation}}
| DeveloperName  = Pixel Painters Corporation
 
| DeveloperPage  = Pixel Painters
 
 
}}
 
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'''''Laser Light''''' was billed as a mini game or a "gamelet" by Pixel Painters. It is a unique puzzle game where you place and adjust a series of mirrors and prisms to refract laser light into various targets on the playing field. It's important to think ahead in order to get the best score.
 
'''''Laser Light''''' was billed as a mini game or a "gamelet" by Pixel Painters. It is a unique puzzle game where you place and adjust a series of mirrors and prisms to refract laser light into various targets on the playing field. It's important to think ahead in order to get the best score.
 
  
 
==Screenshots==
 
==Screenshots==
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| Description = Hitting the targets.}}
 
| Description = Hitting the targets.}}
 
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|}
 
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{{Issue Screenshots}}
  
 
==Music==
 
==Music==
 
''Laser Light's'' music is pretty stock. It has the typical twang of FM synthesis, but it's fitting for a of this nature. Like the other games from Pixel Painters, there are no credits, so the music composer is unknown.
 
''Laser Light's'' music is pretty stock. It has the typical twang of FM synthesis, but it's fitting for a of this nature. Like the other games from Pixel Painters, there are no credits, so the music composer is unknown.
 
  
 
===Recording===
 
===Recording===
 
{{Issue Recording}}
 
{{Issue Recording}}
The recording will be posted when an [[FMF]] player is made available.
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The recording will be posted when a [[FMF]] player is made available.
 
 
  
 
===Credits===
 
===Credits===
 
* '''Ripper:''' Frenkel Smeijers
 
* '''Ripper:''' Frenkel Smeijers
* '''Recorder:''' None
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* '''Recorder:''' N/A
 
* '''Game Credits:'''
 
* '''Game Credits:'''
** '''Unknown Composer:''' {{Credits|Unknown|Unknown}}
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** ''Unknown Composer:'' {{Credits|Unknown}}
  
 
(Source missing, game lacks credits)
 
(Source missing, game lacks credits)
 
[[Category:Games Without Credits]]
 
[[Category:Games Without Credits]]
[[Category:Missing Source]]
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{{Issue Source}}
 
 
  
 
===Game Rip===
 
===Game Rip===
{{Template: Table Recording
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{{Rips
| Caption01 = Formats
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| Formats = {{Format|FMF}}
| Caption02 = Download
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| File    = Laser Light (DOS).zip
| Caption03 = Size
 
 
}}
 
}}
| style="text-align:center;" |
 
{{Format|FMF}}
 
| [http://www.vgmpf.com/Rips/LaserLight-DOS.zip Download]
 
| 3 KB
 
|}
 
  
 
The FMF files were extracted from the LL.res file using Frenkel Smeijers' PPExt program. Currently there isn't a player that supports the FMF format, so there is no Vorbis recording.
 
The FMF files were extracted from the LL.res file using Frenkel Smeijers' PPExt program. Currently there isn't a player that supports the FMF format, so there is no Vorbis recording.
 
[[Category: Old Rip Layout]]
 
  
 
===Audio Devices===
 
===Audio Devices===
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| style="background-color:#FFF0FF;" |
 
| style="background-color:#FFF0FF;" |
 
'''Music'''
 
'''Music'''
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| {{Audio Device|PC Speaker|Music}}
 
| {{Audio Device|Sound Blaster|Music}}
 
| {{Audio Device|Sound Blaster|Music}}
 
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([[:File:Laser Light - DOS - Setup.png|Source]])
 
([[:File:Laser Light - DOS - Setup.png|Source]])
 
  
 
==Releases==
 
==Releases==
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{{Publication
 
{{Publication
| Title         = Laser Light
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| Title     = Laser Light
| BoxArt       = NoBox.png
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| BoxArt   = NoBox.png
| PlatformName = DOS
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| Platform = {{Platform|DOS}}
| PlatformPage  = DOS
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| Publisher = {{Publisher|Pixel Painters|Pixel Painters Corporation}}
| PublisherName = Pixel Painters Corporation
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| Released = 1994-??-??
| PublisherPage = Pixel Painters
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| Country   = USA
| Released     = 1994/??/??
 
| Country       = USA
 
 
}}
 
}}
 
|}
 
|}
 
  
 
==Links==
 
==Links==
* [http://www.mobygames.com/game/dos/laser-light mobygames.com/game/dos/laser-light] - Moby Games.
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* [http://www.mobygames.com/game/dos/laser-light mobygames.com/game/dos/laser-light] - MobyGames.

Latest revision as of 14:47, 1 July 2016

Laser Light
BoxMissing.png
Platform: DOS
Year: 1994
Developer: Pixel Painters Corporation

Laser Light was billed as a mini game or a "gamelet" by Pixel Painters. It is a unique puzzle game where you place and adjust a series of mirrors and prisms to refract laser light into various targets on the playing field. It's important to think ahead in order to get the best score.

Screenshots

Laser Light - DOS - Title.png

The title screen.

Laser Light - DOS - Game.png

Hitting the targets.
Issue - Screenshots.svg

This page needs more screenshots.

Icon-Help.png

Music

Laser Light's music is pretty stock. It has the typical twang of FM synthesis, but it's fitting for a of this nature. Like the other games from Pixel Painters, there are no credits, so the music composer is unknown.

Recording

Issue - Incomplete.svg

This recording is incomplete.

Icon-Help.png

The recording will be posted when a FMF player is made available.

Credits

  • Ripper: Frenkel Smeijers
  • Recorder: N/A
  • Game Credits:

(Source missing, game lacks credits)

Issue - Missing.svg

Source verification is needed.

Icon-Help.png

Game Rip

Format

Download

FMF.png

Download

(Info)


The FMF files were extracted from the LL.res file using Frenkel Smeijers' PPExt program. Currently there isn't a player that supports the FMF format, so there is no Vorbis recording.

Audio Devices

Music

Icon - PC Speaker.png Icon - Sound Blaster.png

Sound

Icon - PC Speaker.png Icon - Sound Blaster.png

(Source)

Releases

  USA.svg   USA
NoBox.png
Title: Laser Light
Platform: DOS
Released: 1994-??-??
Publisher: Pixel Painters Corporation

Links