Title - Bubble Ghost (AMI)

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Title
Composer Stéphane Picq
Released 1988-0?-??
Title Origin Game Location

Title is possibly Stéphane Picq's first video game song. Still mainly a programmer in early 1988, he was tasked with porting the entire game Bubble Ghost (AST) to the Amstrad CPC and Amiga. Since the original did not have music and Picq was a musician as well, he took the liberty to design his own soundtrack.

Games

Bubble Ghost (AMI)

Platform - AMI.png
Bubble Ghost (AMI)
Output - Paula.svg
Bubble Ghost - AMI - Title.png
Arranger Stéphane Picq
Programmer Karsten Obarski
Released 1988-0?-??
Length 1:55.98
BPM 124
Format MOD
Loops Yes

Once the title screen appears, something loads, then the text "Click left mousebutton to play game" appears and the song plays. Once you obey, all is silent, the text disappears, and again something loads.

The driver and all samples are from The Ultimate Soundtracker. The song was recorded from WinUAE 4.3.0 with normal 7 Mhz CPU emulation. On faster Amigas, the song plays a bit faster as well.

The modulename is bubbleghost, the filename is music.data, and the driver is embedded in the game program, whose filename is BG.

Bubble + (AMI)

Platform - AMI.png
Bubble + (AMI)
Output - Paula.svg
Arranger Stéphane Picq
Programmer Karsten Obarski
Released 1990-0?-??
Length 1:55.98
BPM 124
Format MOD
Loops Yes

Same as Bubble Ghost (AMI).

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