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'''''Vinyl Goddess From Mars''''' is a platform action adventure game. You control a powerful heroine who jumps, climbs, defeats enemies, and makes her way through several stages of action. It was originally intended to become ''Jill of the Jungle 2'', but after Epic Megagames saw the quality of Six Pound Sledge's work, they decided not to publish the game. Six Pound Sledge Studios then rebranded the game with an adult theme and sold it to Union Logic Software Publishing. Since the game was meant to be a sequel, it is still quite similar to [[Jill of the Jungle (DOS)]]. The adult theme isn't as childish as expected from the title, and rather than cater to creepy porn lovers, the game does a good job at simulating a classic B horror movie, complete with moans and naughty rope climbing.
 
'''''Vinyl Goddess From Mars''''' is a platform action adventure game. You control a powerful heroine who jumps, climbs, defeats enemies, and makes her way through several stages of action. It was originally intended to become ''Jill of the Jungle 2'', but after Epic Megagames saw the quality of Six Pound Sledge's work, they decided not to publish the game. Six Pound Sledge Studios then rebranded the game with an adult theme and sold it to Union Logic Software Publishing. Since the game was meant to be a sequel, it is still quite similar to [[Jill of the Jungle (DOS)]]. The adult theme isn't as childish as expected from the title, and rather than cater to creepy porn lovers, the game does a good job at simulating a classic B horror movie, complete with moans and naughty rope climbing.
 
  
 
==Screenshots==
 
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| Description = Climbing rope, but doing it sexually.}}
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| Description = Climbing rope, but doing it sexily.}}
 
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==Music==
 
==Music==
 
The music isn't the most impressive, especially for a game as late as 1995, but it at least fits the game.
 
The music isn't the most impressive, especially for a game as late as 1995, but it at least fits the game.
 
  
 
===Recording===
 
===Recording===
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The music was extracted from the Goddess.lbr file using Frenkel Smeijers' VGFMExt program.
 
The music was extracted from the Goddess.lbr file using Frenkel Smeijers' VGFMExt program.
 
  
 
===Audio Devices===
 
===Audio Devices===
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(Sources: [[:File:Vinyl Goddess From Mars - DOS - Setup - Music.png|Music]], [[:File:Vinyl Goddess From Mars - DOS - Setup - Sound.png|Sound]])
 
(Sources: [[:File:Vinyl Goddess From Mars - DOS - Setup - Music.png|Music]], [[:File:Vinyl Goddess From Mars - DOS - Setup - Sound.png|Sound]])
 
  
 
==Releases==
 
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==Links==
 
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* [http://www.gamefaqs.com/pc/931128-vinyl-goddess-from-mars gamefaqs.com/pc/931128-vinyl-goddess-from-mars] - GameFAQs.
 
* [http://www.gamefaqs.com/pc/931128-vinyl-goddess-from-mars gamefaqs.com/pc/931128-vinyl-goddess-from-mars] - GameFAQs.
 
* [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vinyl_Goddess_from_Mars en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vinyl_Goddess_from_Mars] - Wikipedia.
 
* [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vinyl_Goddess_from_Mars en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vinyl_Goddess_from_Mars] - Wikipedia.
 
  
 
[[Category: Needed Song Descriptions]]
 
[[Category: Needed Song Descriptions]]

Revision as of 21:39, 23 May 2015

Vinyl Goddess From Mars
Vinyl Goddess From Mars - DOS - UK.jpg
Platform: DOS
Year: 1995
Developer: Six Pound Sledge Studios

Vinyl Goddess From Mars is a platform action adventure game. You control a powerful heroine who jumps, climbs, defeats enemies, and makes her way through several stages of action. It was originally intended to become Jill of the Jungle 2, but after Epic Megagames saw the quality of Six Pound Sledge's work, they decided not to publish the game. Six Pound Sledge Studios then rebranded the game with an adult theme and sold it to Union Logic Software Publishing. Since the game was meant to be a sequel, it is still quite similar to Jill of the Jungle (DOS). The adult theme isn't as childish as expected from the title, and rather than cater to creepy porn lovers, the game does a good job at simulating a classic B horror movie, complete with moans and naughty rope climbing.

Screenshots

Vinyl Goddess From Mars - DOS - Title.png

The title screen.

Vinyl Goddess From Mars - DOS - Game.png

Climbing rope, but doing it sexily.

Music

The music isn't the most impressive, especially for a game as late as 1995, but it at least fits the game.

Recording

Recording were made using AdLib Play with DOSBox.

# Title Composer Length Listen Download
01 Intro Marc Gravelle 2:34
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02 Cover Up Marc Gravelle 3:30
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03 Crush Marc Gravelle 3:54
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04 Evil Eye Marc Gravelle 2:22
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05 Fever Marc Gravelle 2:10
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06 Horus Marc Gravelle 3:42
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07 Insured Marc Gravelle 3:22
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08 Mystic Marc Gravelle 2:58
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09 Osiris Marc Gravelle 2:10
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10 Prowler Marc Gravelle 2:34
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11 Puzzle 6 Marc Gravelle 3:22
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12 Retro Jill of the Jungle Marc Gravelle 2:50
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13 Stardust Marc Gravelle 3:38
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14 Strike Marc Gravelle 3:06
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15 Tafa Marc Gravelle 2:14
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16 Trample Marc Gravelle 3:30
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17 Twilight Marc Gravelle 2:28
Download

Credits

(Source)

Game Rip

Format

Download

MUS (AdLib).png TIM.png

Download

(Info)


The music was extracted from the Goddess.lbr file using Frenkel Smeijers' VGFMExt program.

Audio Devices

Music

Icon - AdLib.png Icon - Sound Blaster.png Icon - Sound Blaster Pro.png Icon - Sound Blaster 16.png

Sound

Icon - Sound Blaster.png Icon - Sound Blaster Pro.png Icon - Sound Blaster 16.png

(Sources: Music, Sound)

Releases

  USA.svg   USA
BoxMissing.png
Title: Vinyl Goddess From Mars
Platform: DOS
Released: 1995-??-??
Publisher: Union Logic Software Publishing, Inc.
  Germany.svg   Germany
Vinyl Goddess From Mars - DOS - UK.jpg
Title: Vinyl Goddess From Mars
Platform: DOS
Released: 199?-??-??
Publisher: CDV Software
  UK.svg   UK
Vinyl Goddess From Mars - DOS - UK.jpg
Title: Vinyl Goddess From Mars
Platform: DOS
Released: 199?-??-??
Publisher: CDV Software

Links