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Composer Dan Froelich
Arranger Dan Froelich
Released 1992-??-??
Length 1:30.00
Format CMF.png
Title Origin Official
Loops Yes

Stealth is the song from Jill of the Jungle series. It has a rapid percussion and lower harmony with a reverberating melody.

Stealth 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 Stealth.ddt.


Jill of the Jungle (DOS)

The song Stealth is heard on "The Forest" (level 7; left screenshot) and "The Underground River" (level 12; right screenshot) in the first game of the series.

In the same game, the third demo which shows Level 10: The Pyramid Puzzle (from Jill Saves The Prince) plays this song instead of Deep Evil, as that song is not found in the shareware release.

Jill of the Jungle - DOS - Level 7.png

The Forest

Jill of the Jungle - DOS - Level 12.png

The Underground River

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

Jill Saves The Prince - DOS - Level 3.png

The Dam

In the third game of the series the song Stealth plays on "The Dam" (level 3).

Onesimus: A Quest For Freedom (DOS)

In Onesimus the song is used twice in "Dungeon" (the level uses three songs with two other being Cubist and Neoclassic). Stealth plays after the second and fifth checkpoints (levels 12 and 15).

The file in the game folder is named SONG13.ARK.

Onesimus - DOS - Dungeon Level 12.png


Onesimus - DOS - Dungeon Level 15.png