Turbo Girl (C64)
Turbo Girl , also known as Turbo Bike is a 1988 Spanish video game developed by Gamesoft and published by Dinamic Software for ZX Spectrum, Amstrad CPC, MSX and Commodore 64. Its launch was accompanied by an intense advertising campaign on television by the hand of Micromanía magazine, which premiered with the cover of Turbo Girl the second period and its most remembered newspaper format.
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For 1988, Pablo Toledo did a good job writing the music. He wrote the music in Soundmonitor and slightly optimized the driver. For sound effects, he used those from Monty on the Run (C64) and modified half of them.
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There are issues with the timing of this recording.
- Ripper: High Voltage SID Collection
- Recorder: SOASC=
- Game Credits:
- Code and Music: Pablo Toledo
This rip is missing songs.
This game uses the computer's built-in SID chip. The bass sounds different on every 6581 because it uses SID's infamous filter. An official NTSC release is not known.