...ects for some games. In 1998 were abandoned with video game production and ever since operate an online gaming site called Da Fanshu (or Big Sweet Potato).
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...His earliest game seemed to be in 1987 and his latest in 1996. Most of the games he did music for, he worked with [[Azusa Hara]] and [[Hiroaki Yoshida]].
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...' (name verified by John Romero) is an [[AdLib]] audio structure developed by [[Jason Blochowiak]]. It was designed to be an optimized music format that
...nclude any header information and is sent straight to the OPL2 chip. Later games use Type-1 which has a short header that includes the length of the song, a
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...es. Their early games were published by [[3D Realms|Apogee Software]], but by the time [[Doom (series)|Doom]] came around they began using various publis
...r, id Software is known for pioneering the first-person shooter genre with games like [[Wolfenstein#Wolfenstein 3D|Wolfenstein 3D]], [[Doom (DOS)]], and [[Q
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...lms, yet the company's legal name remained Apogee Software, Ltd., and some games continued to be released under the Apogee name until 1996. On July 14, 2008
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:''For other games in the series see [[SimCity]].''
...is a port from the original DOS game. While ported games tend to be poorly developed, Nintendo went to great lengths to ensure that this port would be a success
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...t was programmed by Noboru Koshinaka, who also composed the music to their games.
...Wolf also got a release in Europe.) In total, the driver was used in nine games. The first game to use the driver was Arkanoid II: Revenge of Doh, and the
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'''Recordings''' of video game soundtracks can be submitted by any user but they must adhere to the following rules. For an example of a r
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:''For other games in the series see [[Final Fantasy]].''
...uare (now [[Square Enix]]) in 1994. The game is often hailed as one of the best RPGs made for the [[Super Nintendo Entertainment System|SNES]], and it was
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* [[:Category: Games Developed By Square Enix|Games developed by Square Enix]].
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* [[:Category: Games Developed By Capcom|Games developed by Capcom]].
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...ei Yokoi, splintering off to form their own company. They are wholly owned by [[Nintendo]].
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'''''Canvas''''' was a small company that mostly ported games onto low end systems like the [[ZX Spectrum]] and the [[Amstrad CPC]].
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...composing the music and writing sound effects to numerous games developed by [[Sierra On-Line]], and [[Midway]]. He has also worked on the music for sev
| [[Hoyle: Official Book of Games - Volume 1 (DOS)]]
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* [[:Category: Improve Content|Improve Content]] - Games that need improved writing content.
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The '''''Creative Music Format (CMF)''''' was created by [[Creative|Creative Labs]] in order to play music on their [[Sound Blaster]
...[[AdLib Visual Composer]]. Without an editor, CMF files could only be made by converting songs composed in other more-common formats, a process which inv
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...composing, Hecke has also been credited as the audio director for several games. He now works as a freelance composer and producer.
...bad unfortunately . . . Nursery Rhymes . . . The Teddy Bears' Picnic sung by Bing Crosby. My theatrical scores for Shakespeare's Richard the Third, Juli
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Absolute Entertainment was formed in 1986 by former [[Activision]] employees Dan and Garry Kitchen, Alex Demeo, John Van
...like [[A Boy and His Blob: Trouble On Blobolonia (NES)]], the bulk of the games released in their later years were movie and cartoon tie-ins that were rush
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...of audio chips. These 3-voice programmable sound generators were developed by [[General Instrument]]. The AY-3-8910 series was the most popular audio chi
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