Merry Christmas from Melbourne House (C64)
|Merry Christmas from Melbourne House|
Merry Christmas from Melbourne House is a small, festive, almost free adventure.
Once the game finishes loading, a festive loop starts. While the picture changes, the music pauses. This is technically unnecessary, although the game programmer was apparently not so sure. It instantly mutes after you enter QUIT and Y. There are no sound effects.
The song was recorded from a real PAL C64C with an 8580 R5 4091.
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- Ripper: HVSC
- Recorder: Professor Chaos
- Game Credits:
(Game lacks audio credits. The driver is recognizable as Beam Software's standard. Although Neil Brennan scored all the games in the above catalog screenshot, he told HVSC in 2004 that the above arrangement is not his.)
Source verification is needed.
This game uses the computer's built-in SID chip and sounds the same on every one of them. On NTSC, it hangs after loading.
The December 1984 issues of two British video game magazines (by the same company) had a coupon and a cassette inlay which you could cut out. You then sent the coupon with a cheque or postal order of 95p until a deadline.