Tecmo Super NBA Basketball (SNES)
|Tecmo Super NBA Basketball|
Tecmo Super NBA Basketball was a 16-bit port of Tecmo NBA Basketball (NES). Basically, it's the same game just with better graphics and music. The player chooses from a slough of basketball teams and can compete in tournaments.
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The music in this game is ported from the NES version. This time, Mark Ganus joins the party in the audio department. The music is in higher fidelity than its 8-bit counterpart. This version also uses more songs than the NES version. The music was written as MIDI files in BMus, which was a DOS program developed by Paul Webb. Paul remembers the program being low-quality and George Sanger's reaction was negative toward it. According to Paul, the instrument samples are sourced from an Ensoniq EPS.
The game also features an unused song. It was probably meant as a victory fanfare.
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|01||Intro||George Sanger, Paul Webb||Mark Ganus, Paul Webb||0:48||Download|
|02||Menu||George Sanger, Paul Webb||Mark Ganus, Paul Webb||2:40||Download|
|03||Game Start||George Sanger, Paul Webb||Mark Ganus, Paul Webb||0:08||Download|
|04||In-Game||George Sanger, Paul Webb||Mark Ganus, Paul Webb||3:13||Download|
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