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Blandia Plus

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ブランディア

Platforms: FM Towns
Year: 1994
Developed by: Allumer, Ving
Published by: Ving

Number of Files: 17
Total Filesize: 73 MB
Date Added: Jul 25th, 2017
Album type: Gamerip

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1. Track #02 2:58 5.30 MB get_app
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2. Track #03 2:58 5.19 MB get_app
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3. Track #04 1:56 3.25 MB get_app
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4. Track #05 2:45 4.86 MB get_app
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5. Track #06 2:58 5.35 MB get_app
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6. Track #07 2:58 5.20 MB get_app
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7. Track #08 2:44 4.74 MB get_app
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8. Track #09 2:58 5.18 MB get_app
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9. Track #10 2:51 4.96 MB get_app
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10. Track #11 1:23 2.37 MB get_app
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11. Track #12 1:16 2.23 MB get_app
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12. Track #13 1:32 2.69 MB get_app
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13. Track #14 1:17 2.20 MB get_app
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14. Track #15 1:05 1.84 MB get_app
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15. Track #16 1:07 1.91 MB get_app
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16. Track #17 4:16 7.92 MB get_app
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17. Track #18 4:11 7.72 MB get_app
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COMMENTS

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bepisvalleygranolabars

08:57 Jun 15th, 2023Online

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So, the name Blandia is fairly accurate. The music is fine, consistent, and easy to listen and to zone out to. But, tracks 1-16 are just practically a series of generic midi rpg music, with nothing particularly standing out. Tracks 17-18 are vocalized and have a higher quality instrumentation overall, and are the best of the bunch. However, still nothing is particularly impressive. It's all alright. 7/10.

In my opinion,
Best Tracks: 17 + 18.