Tumiki Fighters (W32)
TUMIKI Fighters is a side-scrolling shooter where everything is composed of children's building blocks. Your plane is quite weak, but as you shoot down other planes, you can attach their wrecked hulls to your own, making your ship bigger and more powerful. The title is derived from 積み木 (Tsumiki) which is Japanese for "building block."
The Linux and Macintosh releases are essentially identical games and use the same music.
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This is the first of Kenta Cho's soundtracks to actually have titles on the music, and it's also a step forward in the quality of his music. The tracks are obviously more detailed and emotional than his earlier work, and he covers more moods with the techno tunes than before. The titles come from the meta data in the music files.
|01||We Are TUMIKI Fighters||Kenta Cho||Kenta Cho||1:13||Download|
|02||Here Comes a Gigantic Toy||Kenta Cho||Kenta Cho||0:38||Download|
|03||Just Over the Horizon||Kenta Cho||Kenta Cho||0:59||Download|
|04||Panic On Meadow||Kenta Cho||Kenta Cho||0:44||Download|
|05||Battle Over the Junk City||Kenta Cho||Kenta Cho||0:38||Download|
|06||Return to Home||Kenta Cho||Kenta Cho||0:22||Download|
(Source: Game's documentation)
The *.ogg files are located in the .\Sounds folder. They're already in Vorbis format, so there a rip is unnecessary.