Monopoly (W16)

From Video Game Music Preservation Foundation Wiki
Jump to: navigation, search
Monopoly
BoxMissing.png
Platform: Windows 16-bit
Year: 1998
Developer: Westwood Studios

Monopoly is a game based on the popular Parker Brothers board games.


Music

The music was composed by Frank Klepacki, who did numerous soundtracks for Westwood. He was 21 years old when he did this soundtrack. The music differs from Frank's usual rock style of music. Here, the music has more of a Latin feel.

The channel tracks in each MIDI file are named after a piece of music hardware. For example, "JD-990" which is a sound module from Roland. There is also "ASR" (Ensoniq ASR), "760" (Roland S760), "I-82" and "B-33".

WWSONG04.MID, WWSONG05.MID, WWSONG07.MID mention Ray Brown and McCoy Tyner.

Recording

Credits

(Source)

Game Rip

Format

Download

MIDI.png WAV.png

Download

(Info)


The game uses the standard MIDI format for music and WAV format for sound effects. The MIDI files are located under the /SCORES folder in the CD's directory.

The sound effects are in four different folders, two of which are for 32-bit sound and the other two for 16-bit sound. Due to space limitations, only the better quality sound effects are provided.

Releases

  USA.svg   USA
BoxMissing.png
Title: Monopoly
Platform: Windows 16-bit
Released: 1995-09-30
Publisher: Hasbro Interactive
  EU.svg   EU
BoxMissing.png
Title: Monopoly
Platform: Windows 16-bit
Released: 1997-??-??
Publisher: Hasbro Interactive