Peaks

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Peaks
Output - OPL2.svg
Composer Dan Froelich
Arranger Dan Froelich
Released 1992-??-??
Length 1:54
Format CMF.png
Title Origin Official
Loops Yes

Peaks is the default music theme of Jill Goes Underground which plays in the main menu but also can be heard in several levels.

Peaks was composed in AdLib Visual Composer as a ROL file, but was converted to CMF using the program ROL to CMF.

The title comes from the file name, but Dan Froelich explained that the file names were in fact the proper full titles. The file in the game folder is named PEAKS.DDT.

Games

Jill of the Jungle: Jill Goes Underground (DOS)

Jill of the Jungle - Jill Goes Underground - DOS - Main Menu.png

In second game in the series Peaks can be heard in the Main menu, Un-named level 0 (top-left screenshot), "The Land Of Eternal Weirdness" (level 15; top-right screenshot), ending part of "Think Fast" (level 19; bottom-left screenshot) and during the ending sequence (bottom-right screenshot).

Jill of the Jungle - Jill Goes Underground - DOS - Level 0.png

Jill of the Jungle - Jill Goes Underground - DOS - Level 15.png

Jill of the Jungle - Jill Goes Underground - DOS - Level 19.png

Jill of the Jungle - Jill Goes Underground - DOS - Ending.png


Onesimus: A Quest for Freedom (DOS)

Onesimus - DOS - Labyrinth Level 17.png

In Onesimus Peaks is played in "Castle's Labyrinth" (level 17) which is identical to level 13 of Jill Goes Underground.

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