Mega Twins (W) / Twins (Unl) / Chiki Chiki Boys (J)

Sound chips: YM2151 OKIM6295
System: CP System
Composer: Hiromitsu Takaoka
Developers: Capcom (W) David Inc. (Unl)
Publishers: Capcom (W) David Inc. (Unl)
Release date: 1990-06-19 (W) / 1993 (Unl)
01. Give it your Best Shot! (JP Credit SFX) 0:01
02. Fanfare (US Credit SFX) 0:01
03. Name Entry, Round Select 0:11 + 0:11
04. A New Journey (Round 1) 1:02 + 0:56
05. Boss BGM 0:51 + 0:46
06. Round Clear 0:09
07. Theme of the Gods (Magic Obtained) 0:10 + 0:10
08. Up in the Sky... (Round 2) 1:01 + 0:54
09. Typhoon Kid (Secret BGM) 0:45 + 0:33
10. Bonus Stage 0:27 + 0:25
11. Perfect 0:03
12. Under the Sea... (Round 3) 1:10 + 0:59
13. Round Clear (alt.) 0:12
14. Dragon Blue Eyes (Midway Demo 1) 0:29 + 0:23
15. Hidden Secret Door (Midway Demo 2) 0:16 + 0:16
16. Stage Start 0:03
17. Discovering the Monster Castle!! (Round 4-1) 1:07 + 0:52
18. Starting Invasion (Round 4-2) 1:01 + 0:43
19. The Haunted Monster Castle Dungeon (Round 4-3) 0:38 + 0:37
20. Into the High Tower (Round 4-4) 0:41 + 0:41
21. Time for Battle has Come! (Round 4-5) 1:12 + 1:06
22. Escape to Paradise (Round 5-1) 1:24 + 0:50
23. Heading Home (Round 5-2) 0:43 + 0:40
24. The Great Demon Lord Riepotmahn (4-5, 5-2 Final Boss BGM) 0:54 + 0:54
25. Overwhelming Victory! (All Rounds Cleared) 0:16
26. And then, to the Paradise (Bad Ending) 1:27 + 0:42
27. And then, to the Paradise (Good Ending) 1:01 + 0:52
28. Staff Roll 1:02 + 0:47
29. Player Miss 0:04
30. Continue 0:14 + 0:13
31. Game Over 0:04
32. Ranking (1st Place) 0:38 + 0:19
33. Ranking (Below 2nd Place) 0:52 + 0:26
34. Chiki Chiki Boys (Mega Twins Main Theme) 2:57 + 2:04
35. Unknown BGM 1:15 + 0:49
36. Unknown Jingle 0:02
Total: 24:07 + 17:55
History
Version Date Author Description
1.00 2023-05-21 RN22 Initial release.
Size reductions
ToolFromTo%
vgm_sro15.5 MB6.61 MB42.6%
vgm_cmp6.61 MB1.06 MB16.0%
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A 1990 platformer made by Capcom. Released in
Japan as Chiki Chiki Boys, which later ported
into Sega Genesis, Atari ST, and PCE-CD, and
some unreleased ports that's available on the
internet, like ZX Spectrum, and Amstrad CPC.
Also, a bootleg version of this game was also
released back in 1991 by David Inc. called
"Twins".

ngl, this game's soundtrack is pretty darn
good, especially for a 1990 game.

There's also 3 gods represented in 3 rounds.
Which give you powers that might help you
throughout the round. The rest of the level
focuses on defeating the final boss.

Note that the Credit SFX is different in
each region. The US version is more on
fanfare-like tune, while the JP version
have voices that says "ganbatte ne" meaning
that you have to do your best to beat this
game, alongside with chimes or xylophone
sliding notes up (idk what's called). Also,
the differences between these two "Round
Clear" is that the no-alt version has only
2 music parts been repeated, usually heard
in every rounds, while the alternative version
has 3 music parts that has repeated over, It
can only be heard at the third round.

There's some missing mechanics that i've
noticed throughout the game. Saving girls
in every levels is missing in the US version,
while the JP version does have this mechanic.

The track "Typhoon Kid" resembles a remix
of the boss theme music from Forgotten Worlds
that was released by Capcom 2 years prior. But
I believe that looking on the track name, It
might be the secret track for the first boss
of the second round.

Those unused tracks like 35 and 36. Okay,
let's start with 35. Some rumors said that
this jingle supposed to be played when the
player is getting an extra life. While track
36 is basically an earlier version of the
ending track. But it is replaced in the final
game.

Track names are taken from "Street Fighter II
-G.S.M. CAPCOM 4- [PCCB-00056]". As well as M1
listing too.

This is also my first time to rip CPS1 VGM
packs. And tbh, this is one of the most
hardest VGM pack to ever ripped off.
Considering that it is using YM2151 and M6295.
vgmlpfnd doesn't recognize any possible
loop points in each track, but some of them
does.


Generated by MAME 0.248 VGM mod
(mame0248-3-gfa824ec3b1b)

Size reduction:
1. vgm_sro: 15.5 MB -> 6.61 MB (42.7 %)
2. vgm_cmp: 6.61 MB -> 1.06 MB (16.1 %)
Total: 15.5 MB -> 1.06 MB (6.88 %)

External links:
MobyGames:
 https://www.mobygames.com/game/14355/chiki-chiki-boys/
Wikipedia:
 https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mega_Twins

RN22

Source: VGMRips

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