Home Alone (SNES)
- For other games in the series, see Home Alone.
Home Alone is a game based on the movie of the same name.
The goal is to evade the Wet Bandits while bringing all the McCallister's fortunes from the house down to the safe room in the basement. Once all items have been sent down the chute to the basement, Kevin must make it past rats, bats, spiders, and ghosts he encounters in the basement, then fight a boss so he can make it to the safe room to lock away all of his family's riches.
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For 1991, the music of the game was ported over from the Game Boy version. Mark Van Hecke composed over 10 tunes, including two short tunes that was used for the Stage Complete and Game Over screens. He used a Dr. T's KCS on the Macintosh with a Kurzweil keyboard that was used for MIDI recording. It was then converted over to a sound driver by Bitmasters.
|01||Main Theme||John Williams||Mark Van Hecke||1:28||Download|
|02||Waltz of the Flowers||Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky||Mark Van Hecke||1:20||Download|
|03||Harry and Marv||Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky||Mark Van Hecke||1:32||Download|
|04||Protecting the House||Mark Van Hecke||Mark Van Hecke||1:22||Download|
|05||The Toy Wing||Mark Van Hecke||Mark Van Hecke||1:29||Download|
|06||The Electronics Wing||Mark Van Hecke||Mark Van Hecke||1:16||Download|
|07||Ending||Mark Van Hecke||Mark Van Hecke||1:44||Download|
|08||The Scary Basement!||Mark Van Hecke||Mark Van Hecke||1:37||Download|
|09||Stage Complete||Mark Van Hecke||Mark Van Hecke||0:04||Download|
|10||Game Over||Mark Van Hecke||Mark Van Hecke||0:04||Download|
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This game uses the console's built-in S-SMP chip.
- mobygames.com/game/snes/home-alone___ - MobyGames.
- gamefaqs.gamespot.com/snes/588373-home-alone - GameFAQs.