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Melodies In Games

written by: KingBowser
 
Various questions on game theme songs and sound hardware basics.

Question 1:


Who created the theme song of the Super Mario Brothers game?
Yasunori Mitsuda
Koji Kondo
Nobuo Uematsu
Shigeru Miyamoto

Question 2:


The soundtrack to which role-playing video game produced by Namco, and released in the US in 2004, includes a song called "Beat the Angel?"  (place mouse pointer over ? icon to view hints or answer requirements)


Question 3:


This hybrid action/RPG was released in 2002, and is notable for being the result of a collaboration between the video game developer and publisher Square and Disney. It's main musical theme is "Hikari" (light), known as "Simple and Clean" in Western releases.


Question 4:


The soundtrack for for this game was Nobuo Uematsu's 22nd work for Square. The game's main theme, heard on the world map in Disc 1, is over six minutes long. Popular themes include "Aerith's Theme" and "One Winged Angel." Name the chief antagonist of this role playing game.  (place mouse pointer over ? icon to view hints or answer requirements)


Question 5:


In "Dance Dance Revolution: Mario Mix," (aka "Dancing Stage: Mario Mix"), the song "Pipe Pop" is a remix of what classical piece?


Question 6:


Shigeru Miyamoto constructed the arcade game "Donkey Kong's" music himself, using an Electronic Keyboard.
False
True

Question 7:


The core of this gaming console, released in 1977, was combined with a display and sound chip known as the TIA, for Television Interface Adaptor. The console was capable of producing 2 channel mono sound.
Sega Master System
Intellivision
Nintendo Entertainment System (NES)
Atari 2600

Question 8:


The sound chip of the Commodore 64 home computer, released in 1982, was very advanced for its time. It had three channels with several different waveforms, which could reach 8 different octaves each (approximately 16 - 4000 Hz). Name the chip.
Sound Interface Component
Sound Interface Chip
Sound Interface Device
Sound Interface Disk

Question 9:


In the game, "Harvest Moon: A Wonderful Life," what song is already playing on the record, when you first start out?  (place mouse pointer over ? icon to view hints or answer requirements)


 


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