Level 1-2 - Super Noah's Ark 3D

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Level 1-2
Composer Vance Kozik
Released 1994-??-??
Title Origin Game Location
This page is for the Super Noah's Ark 3D song, for more titles see Level 1-2.

Level 1-2 is the song composed by Vance Kozik for Super Noah's Ark 3D. The vibe of the tune is so much cheerful like most of the game songs. The song is the same for both the DOS and SNES releases, but the different audio hardware plays them each with a distinct sound.

The title refers to the level where it first plays. Vance Kozik should be asked to give the real name.


Super Noah's Ark 3D (SNES)

Platform - SNES.png
Super Noah's Ark 3D (SNES)
Output - SNES.svg
Super Noah's Ark 3D - SNES - E1M2.png
Arranger Vance Kozik
Released 1994-??-??
Length 0:25
Format SNSF
Loops Yes

You will hear Level 1-2 song as soon as you start the second floor of the game (see the screenshot), but overall you can hear it on Level 1-2, Level 2-3, Level 4-3 and Level 6-2.

The song is output to S-SMP chip.

Super Noah's Ark 3D (DOS)

Platform - DOS.png
Super Noah's Ark 3D (DOS)
Output - OPL2.svg
Super Noah's Ark 3D - DOS - 1.png
Arranger Vance Kozik
Released 1995-??-??
Length 0:29
Format MIDI
Loops Yes

In the DOS version, Level 1-2 is, in fact, the very first tune you hear in the game, since the title screen (on the screenshot) use this one, and the song is preceded by Menu used for the main menu. However, the music track is also used for the levels E1M2, E2M3, E4M3 and E6M2 - all the same as in the Super Nintendo version. It is the louder and slower version.

The type-0 DOS MIDI file's meta data refers to the track as "NOAH02.imf", even though it is not an IMF file. This is to make it compatible with Wolfenstein 3D music engine. The song itself is output to OPL2.