Pop Bingo / Snow Pop

Sound chips: YM2151 OKIM6295
System: Arcade Machine
Composer: Unknown
Developer: Dooyong
Publisher: Dooyong
Release date: 1996
01. Credit SFX 0:01
02. Main BGM 1 1:22 + 1:21
03. Main BGM 2 1:07 + 1:06
04. Main BGM 3 0:27 + 0:27
05. Main BGM 4 0:56 + 0:54
06. Main BGM 5 0:50 + 0:50
07. Bingo! 0:04
08. Round Clear 0:05
09. Game Over 0:04
10. Unknown BGM 1 0:13 + 0:13
11. Unknown BGM 2 0:28 + 0:27
12. Unknown BGM 3 1:00 + 0:58
13. Unknown Jingle 0:08
Total: 6:41 + 6:15
History
Version Date Author Description
1.00 2023-01-16 RN22 Initial release.
1.01 2023-02-28 RN22 Added "Snow Pop" title screenshot, thanks Mylstar Electronics.
Size reductions
ToolFromTo%
vgm_sro5.8 MB2.65 MB45.7%
vgm_cmp2.65 MB1.19 MB44.9%
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My eighth Dooyong VGM rip series, I think
this is the last game Dooyong released before
it's bankruptcy. Also, this is the time where
they use M6295 for the drums, as early Dooyong
games uses YM2151. There's 2 versions of this
game. Snow Pop and Pop Bingo. It is also
difficult to win this, even when you start
the game. Trust me, I have played this game,
and doesn't win all the time, due to letters
being random and color drop limit.

The difference between Snow Pop and Pop Bingo,
is that Snow Pop is like a multiplayer color
drop match game with no paintings on it,
according to the pdf file I've seen online.
While Pop Bingo is basically the same
mechanics, but with a twist. You need to
collect all five letters either vertically
or horizontally to get a bingo. Then, there's
this bonus round where if you keep winning,
you can definitely see a bunch of pictures of
different asian girls, some of them are naked,
some are not.
Note that Snow Pop isn't yet dumped in MAME
and I also need to ask "Mylstar Electronics"
on how did he captured the title screen of
Snow Pop if it is undumped. I can only
screenshot "Pop Bingo", but not "Snow Pop".
Again it is undumped, so I might need to ask
him.

I know. YM2151's volume of this game are way
too loud, and there's nothing much I can do,
unless there's a dumped ROM version of
Dooyong's "Snow Pop", since both of them have
the same music tracks. And to verify the 2151
volume whether it's loud or not. I could
change the YM2151 volume thru debugger and
some YM2151 volume cheat code that I've made
if only I could get a dump ROM version of
"Snow Pop", and update this pack. But for now,
I'll leave this VGM pack's YM2151 volume
unchanged. Since this is technically the same
volume in-game (for Pop Bingo).

It is also said that the sound emulation of
"Pop Bingo" seems fine. Maybe due to the final
release?

Some of the tracks they used, can be heard on
the game called "Blue Hawk". Track 08 has been
finally used as "Round Clear", being "Unused
Jingle 3". Track 13 on the other hand still
remain unused, as if it heard on the same game
I've mentioned earlier as "Unused Jingle 2".
And track 12 as "Unused 5".


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

Size reduction:
1. vgm_sro: 5.80 MB -> 2.65 MB (45.7 %)
2. vgm_cmp: 2.65 MB -> 1.19 MB (44.8 %)
Total: 5.80 MB -> 1.19 MB (20.5 %)

External links:
HardcoreGaming101:
 http://www.hardcoregaming101.net/korea/part1/company-dooyong.htm
Snow Pop Main BGM 1 reference:
 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=InP47VYM4_Q

RN22

Source: VGMRips

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