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Darkwing Duck - SoR2 music

Hack of Darkwing Duck

Description:

Here’s a hack that replaces music, with a new - from well-known Genesis/Mega Drive game - Streets of Rage 2 (composer Yuzo Koshiro). Hack uses old engine for sounds, and new for music, so all original sounds are saved. Gameplay untouched, only increased bonus timer to match longer music. Also bonus music different for each level.

Music cover created by icesoldier (written in FamiTracker).

Note: does not work with FCEUX v2.2.3, but works with v2.2.0. Works with most other emulators and on EverdriveN8.

ROM / ISO Information:

  • Database match: not found
  • Target ROM file name: Darkwing Duck (U) [o1].nes
  • Database: No-Intro: Nintendo Entertainment System (v. 20180803-121122)
  • File SHA-1: 38F998A8674F62090C6B905932A483CF804C146D
  • File CRC32: 5F309811
  • ROM SHA-1: BD9A02C64DB5C7BE25B66D7F35D7C18801DFFAE7
  • ROM CRC32: 333C05DB

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Credits:

Credits
ContributorType of contributionListed credit
TiHacking
icesoldierMusic

User Review Information

This hack blows my mind

Reviewed By: CryinOnion on 04 Mar 2020

Headline says (almost) everything you need about this hack: A 1:1 scale copy of one of the best soundtracks ever composed for a 16-bit console, put into an 8-bit cartridge that is basically a Megaman-style game with a cartoon character as the protagonist. No lies, no tricks, just what the author says, and it’s awesome!

Version 1.0 Recommended - Yes

User Reviews
HeadlineAuthorDateVersionRecommended
This hack blows my mindCryinOnion04 Mar 20201.0Yes