User:Professor Chaos/List of Interactive or Random Songs
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|1983||Dancing Monster (C64)||Unknown||Every loop plays at a stiff or swinging rhythm.|
|1984||Moon Dust (C64)||Unknown||Every move seems to do something.|
|1985||The Trivia Monster (C64)||Paul Norman||The main menu song plays random eighth notes.|
|1986||Street Surfer (C64)||David Whittaker||Slows down or speeds up as the skateboarder does.|
|1986||The Sentinel (C64)||Unknown||Every loop plays with random delays between notes in chords.|
|1987||Delta (C64)||Rob Hubbard|| |
While loading, every loop plays at a different key, and you can choose different basslines, melodies, instruments, drums, and pitch-bend with the joystick.
|1987||Escape from Paradise (C64)||David Dunn|| |
Every loop plays with different filter settings and xylophone echo, and it slows down as your energy decreases.
|1987||California Games (C64)||Chris Grigg||Every loop plays with a different melody.|
|1987||Jinks (C64)||Chris Hülsbeck||Every loop plays at a random key (out of 16).|
|1987||To be on Top (C64)||Chris Hülsbeck||You can choose different basslines, accomps, melodies, instruments and drums.|
|1988||The Games: Summer Edition (C64)||Chris Ebert, Chris Grigg, Robert Vieira||First event's songs start at a later position depending on your score.|
|1988||To be on Top (AST)||Jochen Hippel||You can choose different basslines, accomps, melodies, instruments and drums.|
|1988||Times of Lore (C64)||Martin Galway||Title plays with different guitar solos at random.|
|1994||Ganoven Eddy (DOS)||Unknown|| |
Every loop plays with a random instrument, every bar with a different bassline, and every melody note is different, but in scale.