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So what I omitted saying last time is that while I couldn’t work on any new game here on VengefulChip I was uploading stuff to CVGM. The reason why I didn’t say is because I wasn’t yet done, so now that I am, I decided to make an update post, yay! 😀

CVGM is an internet-based radio that streams classic game/cracktro/demoscene music, especially chiptunes but also music from more modern games, including contemporary titles. It has a very fun community , large database of music, and you can do requests, so that your selected songs would play on the radio.
I would really recommend you to give it a try 🙂

Also, expect another game soundtrack at the beginning of the following week!

This might be of quite an interest to the Acorn Archimedes fans out there, as I’ve added the previously missing ports of Lemmings 2: The Tribes and Cannon Fodder of that machine, so enjoy it!
As last time, Stefan L. was generous enough to offer and record those two as well. =D
Seems so far he’s the only contributor for this project aside me. If you want to help, you’re more than welcome to, and you know where you can find all the details =)

I’m also working on quite a long game (+110 tracks per set, that’s a record breaker!), so be patient with me until I get it to completion ^^

Lemmings 2: The Tribes Archimedes
Cannon Fodder Archimedes

I’ve also updated two sets. The first set is Lemmings for the Archimedes, it had a missing track in it’s expansion game, and this one was also provided by Stefan, thanks again! The second one is the GeneralMIDI soundtrack of The Incredible Machine 2. A user on YouTube notified me of this set not sounding right, having the wrong pitch bend set to the tracks, so I fixed the problem.
Make sure you check those out in the case you downloaded them before =)

So since I’m back on track now I decided to take care of a package that was sent in by Stefan L. from CVGM, containing chiptunes from the Acorn Archimedes port of Lemmings. It was one of the ports I couldn’t record through emulation, so he was kind enough to dedicate some of his free time and send me his recordings from real hardware. How awesome is that!

This marks as our first release to have been recorded on real hardware. So if you enjoyed this, and are a member of CVGM or EAB, make sure to send him a PM with your gratitude ^w^
Also notice that there are some tracks that I and Stefan didn’t know the names of, so if you happen to know, please contact me!