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Pictionary - The Game of Video Quick Draw

Platforms: NES
Year: 1990
Developed by: Software Creations
Published by: LJN

Number of Files: 6
Total Filesize: 13 MB (MP3), 31 MB (FLAC)
Date Added: Jun 8th, 2022
Album type: Gamerip

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  # Song Name MP3 FLAC    
 
1. Title Theme 1:33 1.91 MB 4.63 MB get_app
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2. Game BGM 1 2:48 3.33 MB 7.57 MB get_app
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3. Game BGM 2 2:37 3.10 MB 7.86 MB get_app
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4. Drawing Game 2:44 3.14 MB 7.68 MB get_app
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5. Board 0:48 0.94 MB 2.32 MB get_app
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6. Congratulations 0:11 0.20 MB 0.53 MB get_app
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Admin

06:15 Jun 8th, 2022Offline

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This album was updated on 8th of June, 2022.

HyperSlime64

04:23 Apr 3rd, 2022Offline

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Is it just me, or does the beginning of the "Move Piece" theme sound suspiciously similar to the "Mission Briefing" theme from Time Trax?
I know that Tim Follin composed the (incredibly good) soundtracks for both, but maybe he didn't want to let the general idea of the song go..?
Who knows?

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Flarpyz

01:17 Apr 25th, 2020Offline

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One of Tim Follin's best soundtracks, absolutely brilliant! This man really has a passion for pushing computer hardware to it's limits. The percussion is definitely the highlight here, with the most realistic sounding drum-set I've heard on the NES that isn't sampled. My favorite track is definitely "Drawing Game", it is a very nice piece with a lot of complex drums and rhythms.