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Columns II: The Voyage Through Time

Sega System C-2 (YM3438, SN76496)

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Columns II: The Voyage Through Time

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TitleColumns II: The Voyage Through Time
ComposerTakayuki Nakamura, Tokuhiko Uwabo
SystemSega System C-2
Sound ChipsYM3438 (YM2612), SN76496
Tracks12
Playing time10:03 (w/o long DS ver.)
Pack author2ch-H
Pack version1.10
Last Update2014-08-28



Note: Including the excessively long looped of version Desert Sun in the playing time would've made no sense, so I left it out. Playing time including the song would be 3:23:11.

Post by Sonic of 8! »

If you may played Borench, it uses some drums and SFX from Columns II. But who cames first: Columns II or Borench (both was released in 1990)
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Post by Tom »

The last song is 96 minutes and 34 seconds long :O_o:

This sounds good to me, congratulations on your first submission :thumbup:
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Post by Sik »

Tom wrote:The last song is 96 minutes and 34 seconds long :O_o:
Is this some sort of new record? o_O

Actually reading at the notes it seems it's just a short loop and the tones get shifted up every iteration, aking to the Warning song in Puyo Puyo and Puyo Puyo Tsu (not later games since they capped it).
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Post by dissident93 »

From my post in the package history: Updated composer tag. (Takayuki Nakamura said directly that he did the music, and that that the source where we thought Nakabayashi did the music was wrong. Besides, Nakabayashi isn't "Dolphin" anyway, thats "Y. Takada.")
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Post by Landale »

Sik wrote:Is this some sort of new record? o_O
Nope! The song "Name Entry" from Sword of Vermilion is 121 minutes and 34 seconds :ihih:
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