Difference between revisions of "Stargunner (DOS)"

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===Credits===
 
===Credits===
* '''Ripper:''' [[User:Malvineous|Malvineous]]
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* '''Ripper:''' [[User:Malvineous|Malvineous]], [[User:binarymaster|binarymaster]]
 
* '''Recorder:''' TODO
 
* '''Recorder:''' TODO
 
* '''Game Credits:'''
 
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===Game Rip===
 
===Game Rip===
 
{{Rips
 
{{Rips
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| Formats = {{Format|MOD}} {{Format|WAV}}
 
| File    = Stargunner (DOS).zip
 
| File    = Stargunner (DOS).zip
 
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The music is located inside <tt>STARGUN.DLT</tt> and was extracted with [[Camoto]].  The included <tt>sgtitle.mod</tt> was obtained from [[Lee Jackson]]'s homepage.  It differs from the included <tt>title.mod</tt> by a couple of bytes - the difference is probably inaudible.
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The music is located inside <tt>STARGUN.DLT</tt> and was extracted with [[Camoto]].  The included <tt>sgtitle.mod</tt> was obtained from [[Lee Jackson]]'s homepage.  It differs from the included <tt>title.mod</tt> by a couple of bytes - the difference is probably inaudible. Also the rip includes <tt>fanfare.wav</tt> file which obviously was rendered from [[MIDI]].
  
  

Revision as of 09:16, 12 January 2015

Stargunner
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Platform: DOS
Year: 1996
Developer: Apogee Software, Ltd.

Stargunner is a game [I have never actually played! Please someone else fill this bit out! -- Malvineous (talk)]

Screenshots

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The title screen.

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Early in level 1.

Music

Recording

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This recording is incomplete.

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Credits

Game Rip

Format

Download

MOD.png WAV.png

Download

(Info)


The music is located inside STARGUN.DLT and was extracted with Camoto. The included sgtitle.mod was obtained from Lee Jackson's homepage. It differs from the included title.mod by a couple of bytes - the difference is probably inaudible. Also the rip includes fanfare.wav file which obviously was rendered from MIDI.


Audio Devices

Releases

Links