Krusty's Fun House (NES)
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Krusty's Fun House is a puzzle game based on Krusty the Clown from The Simpsons cartoon. In this game, you play as Krusty the Clown. Rats have invaded your fun house, and you must help Krusty get rid of them. To do this, Krusty must find ways to get the rats in the traps that are controlled by Bart and Homer. You must strategically place blocks for the rats to get to the trap.
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There's not a whole lot to offer in the audio department of this game, but what's there is good. Each song has a circus/rock feel. If there is something bad to say about the music, it's that in the later stages, the levels become excruciatingly difficult, so you'll be hearing the same song over and over. Plus, the music does sound a little scratchy, probably because of the percussion. The two composers in this game use aliases, but David Whittaker programmed the music. What probably happened is that the two composers made the music as MIDI files, then gave them to Whittaker to program into the game.
David Whittaker also programmed the music for most of the other versions. The song names come from the SPC dump from the SNES version. In the some other ports, Bigmouth Studios doesn't receive credit, so it is unknown what their real name is or what they contributed musically, though it's possible they arranged the music for 3 voices to it would be easier for Whittaker to code into his sound driver, as Bigmouth Studios only receives credit in the 8-bit versions of the game. (Game Boy, Game Gear, Master System, and NES.)
Nu Romantic Productions is probably an alias for Mark Miller, but he does not want to talk about his video game music, so it is unknown who of the group wrote the music. David Whittaker may know the real names of the composers, but there is no known way of contacting him.
Because the music was not only written for the PAL version of the NES, but also released in Europe, the PAL version of the soundtrack should also be recorded, its prefix starting with a 2.
- Recorder: Doommaster1994
- Game Credits:
The credits can be seen after the ending when the game has been completed.
It is unknown who the alias "Bigmouth Studios" belongs to. The name also appears on the Game Boy, Game Gear, and Sega Master System versions of the game. "Neuromantic Productions" might belong to its founder, Mark Miller. However, it is currently unknown who from the group composed music for the game.
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