Silkworm Inbound, Guns Blazing

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Silkworm has been released! The spiritual predecessor to the legendary SWIV! The music is by the amazing Barry Leitch (Top Gear series) and the game is arcade perfect. So get pumped for a serious war, sling on this tune and jump in your jeep/helicopter to get yourself in on the action!

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Slam Tilt Soundtrack Released

 

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An unapologetic pinball smash, published by the same publishers as Pinball Dreams. This game was rated as the 13th Best Game of All Time by Amiga Power back in 1996, and saw a re-release on DOS in 1997 and then again in 1999.

There are six tracks this time, including the 90s house inspired title track.

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SWIV Returns with more firepower!

 

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Andrew Barnabas’ theme to SWIV is a track of legend. Made for a game called Decimation that never saw the light of day, this track was only salvaged by being played as a showreel track during an interview with Sales Curve when Barnabas was applying for a job there.

All the gritty notes of this song are here in full detail, pumping you up for the war of your life. Add to that a surprisingly relaxing but melancholy high score theme, “Mellow”, and you have yourself one awesome soundtrack.

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Magicland Dizzy makes a Spellbounding arrival

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The Dizzy series has been remembered as a key staple of the late 80s gaming scene, and Magicland Dizzy has a memorable theme that suits the atmosphere of the games. Often mixing classical fairy tales with the need to combat Pirates, Wizards and your sleepy cousin, this adventure series never failed to impress.

As the game only has one track, the title theme, I’ve thrown in the remake of the track from the CD32 compilation (Still running on the same hardware audio chips) made three years after the game’s initial release.

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D/Generation Released

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The only Amiga soundtrack by Sean Guglar, despite being extremely short, was one that showed a huge amount of skill and promise.

D/Generation itself was a fantastic Cyberpunk adventure title, and the theme helped set the tone of a happy-go-lucky delivery boy trapped in a laboratory of out-of-control bioweapons.

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Alien Breed 92 SE Remastered

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Allister Brimble’s amazing music for Alien Breed is as fresh and atmospheric today as it was on the day of it’s release. With that in mind, it has been given a re-recording using the new Amiga and recording hardware. The extras are the same as the previous release due to those disks being incompatible with the new Amiga, however the two main tracks (Theme and Superfrog Demo) are freshly recorded.

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Big Run – New Amiga Launch Hits the Road

 

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The Amiga was always a bit of an audio oddity, often games would have title music and then only effects in game. But that title screen music? That would blow the cartridge slots out of the competition.

Big Run is a game that embodies that audio power fantastically. Superb stereo separation, a great rock inspired theme and that sound only an Amiga can make. Strap yourself in, we’re hitting the road.

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PS. We’ve updated the recording hardware for the Amiga and the Amiga itself, now using the best audio chip Commodore ever put out there instead of one from the Amiga 500. It really doesn’t get better than this.

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