Difference between revisions of "Laser Light (DOS)"

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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.
  
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===Audio Devices===
 
===Audio Devices===

Revision as of 08:55, 17 May 2016

Laser Light
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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

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The title screen.

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Hitting the targets.


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

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This recording is incomplete.

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


Credits

  • Ripper: Frenkel Smeijers
  • Recorder: None
  • Game Credits:

(Source missing, game lacks credits)


Game Rip

Formats

Download

Size

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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.

Audio Devices

Music

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Sound

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(Source)


Releases

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Title: Laser Light
Platform: DOS
Released: 1994/??/??
Publisher: Pixel Painters Corporation


Links