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Different Boss Music for Buffy and Dread Slime

Hack of Secret of Mana

Description:

This hack changes the boss fight music for the first two bosses in the Mana Fortress (Buffy and Dread Slime) from the standard boss fight music to two rather underutilized tracks in the game’s score: “Morning is Here” (assigned to Buffy) and “One of Them is Hope” (assigned to Dread Slime).

In the original game these tracks are only heard during some brief dialog sequences just after defeating Dark Lich. Those dialog sequences are so short that it’s possible to not even hear the entirety of either track. Playing them during the first two boss fights in the Mana Fortress too gives these two terrific tracks a bit more room to breathe. Plus by this point in the game you are probably tired of hearing the same old boss fight music anyway. Getting to hear these two tense and dramatic tracks instead helps add to the grandiosity of the Fortress.

Apply this to an unheadered ROM.

ROM / ISO Information:

  • Secret of Mana (U) [!].SMC
  • Header: NO
  • CRC32: 229BA7E4
  • MD5: 759A3837E5C16AF31464EF6192731EEB
  • SHA1: 4E214F3C987F842C2C68E77B99FC9760F6BB753D

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