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Composer Dan Froelich
Arranger Dan Froelich
Released 1992-??-??
Length 2:13.00
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Title Origin Official
Loops Yes

Seven is the song from Jill of the Jungle series, which is first heard in the ending sequence of the first game and makes a reappearance in two games of the series. The song features instruments and a style similar to the other songs in the game, but manages to give a positive vibe fitting to the game's ending.

Seven 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 Seven.ddt.


Jill of the Jungle (DOS)

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In the first game of the series Seven is played during the ending sequence and will be abrupted by Funky in the main menu after the epilogue screens.

Jill of the Jungle: Jill Saves The Prince (DOS)

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In third game of the series Seven can be heard in "The Valley" (level 1) and in "The Jail" (level 9).

Onesimus: A Quest For Freedom (DOS)

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In Onesimus the song is played in "The Aery" (level 18), which is based on the layout of third game's "The Aerie" (level 5) that used Wild song instead.