Name That #GameAudio - 0001

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Name That #GameAudio - 0001

Post by MikeQuell » April 17th, 2017, 5:54 pm

I thought this might be an interesting way of seeing what games have truly captivated us with their audio design. Hopefully it will bring to light what makes a game's audible experience memorable. Another thing that might be interesting to consider is how we interpret the game's overall mix. Can you tell what's going on without a visual?

Here is the first game:


This game was released in 1989.
Spoiler:
Adventures of Lolo - A puzzle game released in 1989 by HAL Corporation for the Nintendo Entertainment System. It is based on the Japanese Eggerland video game series. It is a compilation of puzzles from previous Eggerland games and contains no original stages of its own. It was available on the Wii's and Wii U's Virtual Console in North America and in PAL regions.

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